If you or your staff aren't yet patching, you best get to steppin'. This month, Microsoft released 15 patches, including one out-of-band patch that isn't technically part of Patch Tuesday.
Sorry to sound like an old record, but the vast majority of fixes address remote execution flaws (you know, where a dirtbag hacker tries to hijack your machine).
Word from the experts is that implementing all these fixes will take some time and care -- especially as all these patches demand a system restart.
If you want all the deets, I suggest you go here.
Posted by Doug Barney on 08/11/2010 at 1:18 PM
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