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Patch if You Can Connect

I know that  the Internet sky crashed to fell down today because of DNSChanger, but on the off chance you are online and reading this, there are three critical patches to install tomorrow and six important ones to get to sometime after. When exactly is for you to decide.

The tired old record you know so well is remote code execution (RCE). Two of the three critical RCE items impact Windows, while the third goes after both Windows and IE. A double threat. Find out more here.

Posted by Doug Barney on 07/09/2012 at 1:19 PM


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