In its monthly pre-"Patch Tuesday" notification, Microsoft on Thursday listed up to 13 security bulletins it planned to issue on its monthly patching day, which falls on Feb. 8 this month.
Bulletins Microsoft is currently preparing for release include:
Microsoft made the Microsoft Security Bulletin Advanced Notification program available to all customers beginning with the November patch cycle. The idea is to give IT managers a general idea of the amount of time and resources they'll need to set aside when Patch Tuesday arrives. Prior to November, the advance notification program had been available to some customers.
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