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Month Archives: November 2010

Updated EMET Version Released

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

It’s recently come to our attention that some Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) v2.0 users may have potential issues with the update functionality of specific applications from Adobe and Google. As a result, today we released a new version of EMET that will help ensure these updaters work as expected when EMET is in place for added protection.

Q&A from the November 2010 Security Bulletin Webcast

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Hello, Today we published theNovember 2010 Security Bulletin Webcast Questions & Answers page. You’ll notice it was a fairly brief webcast; all the questions we received concerned installation specifics, which we especially appreciate as a sign that customers are updating their systems quickly. We invite our customers to join us for the next public webcast on Wednesday, December 15 at 11am PST (-8 UTC), when we will go into detail about the December bulletin release and answer questions live on the air.

November 2010 Security Bulletin Release

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Hello all. As part of our usual cycle of monthly updates, today Microsoft is releasing three security bulletins, addressing 11 vulnerabilities. One of the bulletins has a Critical severity rating, while the other two are rated Important. Recapping the trio: MS10-087 This bulletin resolves five issues affecting all currently supported Microsoft Office products.

Advance Notification Service for November 2010 Bulletins

Thursday, November 04, 2010

Hello. We’ve issued our Advance Notification Service for the November ’10 security bulletin release. This time around we’re releasing three updates addressing 11 vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office and Unified Access Gateway (UAG). One bulletin carries a Critical severity rating; the other two are rated Important. When customers buy Microsoft software, it includes high-quality security updates to be provided via predictable monthly bulletin releases, helping to protect their computing experience over time.