Talking about Talking about Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification

Just make sure Automatic Updates are turned on and you should be safe. I don’t know if Microsoft will testing out their new Genuine Advantage Service through Windows Update against pirated copies of Windows XP.

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Talking about Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification

ReSoUrCe reports about the next windows updates for security. The second Tuesday of each and every month the windows security team releases new windows updates to patch security issues. Looks like this month there is going to be 13 new updates. I always like to see new security updates released and we’ll see what Tuesday brings. Read it from Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification or from ReSoUrCe’s space.

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Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification by ReSoUrCe

On February 8, 2005, the Microsoft Security Response Center is planning to release:

• 9 Microsoft Security Bulletins affecting Microsoft Windows. The greatest aggregate, maximum severity rating for these security updates is Critical. Some of these updates will require a restart.

• 1 Microsoft Security Bulletin affecting Microsoft SharePoint Services and Office. The greatest aggregate, maximum severity rating for this security bulletin is Moderate. These updates may or may not require a restart.

• 1 Microsoft Security Bulletin affecting Microsoft .NET Framework. The greatest aggregate, maximum severity rating for this security bulletin is Important. This update will require a restart.

• 1 Microsoft Security Bulletin affecting Microsoft Office and Visual Studio. The greatest aggregate, maximum severity rating for this security bulletin is Critical. These updates will require a restart.

• 1 Microsoft Security Bulletin affecting Microsoft Windows, Windows Media Player, and MSN Messenger. The greatest aggregate, maximum severity rating for these security updates is Critical. These updates will require a restart.

No additional details about bulletin severities or vulnerabilities will be made available until February 8, 2005.

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