Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Microsoft closes nine vulnerabilities in July

Three critical patches close vulnerabilities in DirectX and Windows. Attacker can use to infiltrate malicious code and execute it. Three "important" bugs in Publisher, ISA Server and Virtual PC and Virtual Server. Microsoft has released the July-Patchday six security updates for the nine sub-classified as critical vulnerabilities. The patches fix bug in DirectX, Windows, Microsoft Office, Internet Security and Acceleration Server (ISA) and Virtual PC and Virtual Server.

The critical error in DirectShow (MS09-028), in embedded OpenType font module (MS09-029) and in Video ActiveX control (MS09-032). They relate to DirectX 7, 8 p.m. to 9 p.m., or Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista and Server 2008. The Video ActiveX update is only for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.

In Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 (MS09-030), ISA Server 2006 (MS09-031) and Virtual PC 2004 and 2007 and Virtual Server 2005 (MS09-033) are three important stuffs to security vulnerabilities. In addition, the company has a current version of the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool, bringing to delete the wrong security program Win32/FakeSypgro. An update for the beginning of the week reported vulnerabilities in Office Web Components, according to the manufacturer's specifications could not be completed.

All updates are now available via the automatic update feature of Windows or the Download Center to download. Microsoft recommends that the patches should be installed immediately. The probability that in the next 30 days, malicious programs appear to fill the gaps to exploit, Microsoft has considered as high.

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