The new bulletins are Microsoft's 29th through 38th of the year. They follow a month when Microsoft released only one bulletin for flaw in Microsoft's component for processing JPEG images. Microsoft also on Tuesday released an updated version of its tool for detecting programs that require the patch for the JPEG component.
The bulletins are:
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