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Month Archives: November 2006

MS06-071 Available Through SUS 1.0

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Hello, This is Christopher Budd. I wanted to follow up our posting on the November 2006 Monthly Bulletin release to let folks know that MS06-071 has been made available for SUS 1.0. Those of you who are SUS 1.0 administrators should begin to see those updates show up for your approval.

Microsoft Security Advisory (928604) Posted

Thursday, November 16, 2006

Hello, This is Adrian Stone. I wanted to let you know that we just posted Microsoft Security Advisory (928604). Microsoft is aware of public proof of concept code targeting the vulnerability addressed by security update MS06-070. At this time Microsoft has not seen any indications of active exploitation of the vulnerability.

November 2006 Monthly Security Bulletin Release

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Hey folks - Mike Reavey here. I wanted to let you know we’ve released our security bulletins for the month of November 2006 here today. We’re releasing six new security bulletins today: · Microsoft Windows (MS06-066) · maximum severity rating of Important · vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to remotely take complete control of an affected system.

November 2006 Advance Notification

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Hello, This is Christopher Budd, program manager here at the MSRC. It’s the Thursday before the second Tuesday and so I wanted to go ahead and let people know that we’ve posted our Advance Notification for November 2006 Microsoft Monthly Security Bulletin Release. Next Tuesday, on Nov. 14, 2006 at approximately 10:00 am PT we are slated to release six new security bulletins:

Microsoft Security Advisory (927892) Posted

Saturday, November 04, 2006

Hello, Ben Richeson here. I wanted to let you know that we just posted Microsoft Security Advisory (927892) about our investigation of public reports of a vulnerability in the XMLHTTP 4.0 ActiveX Control, part of Microsoft XML Core Services 4.0 on Windows. We are aware of limited attacks that are attempting to use the reported vulnerability.