Microsoft’s July 2016 security bulletin lists this months updates, several of which are rated as critical, including updates for Internet Explorer and Office.
June 2016 Microsoft updates
Yesterday Microsoft released their June 2016 updates to address a long list of defects, several of which the vendor regards as critical.
Software updates for Microsoft, Adobe, WordPress
It was the second Tuesday of the month this week, so Microsoft has released updates to its products. Microsoft characterizes some of these updates as critical. Here’s the April 2016 Microsoft security bulletin.
Adobe has updated its April 2016 security bulletin from last week’s out-of-band announcement. The updated bulletin adds some new items that need updates.
WordPress has released version 4.5. That looks like more of a feature update than a security update. Still, if you host your own wordpress blog, you should probably update. (If, like me, your wordpress blog is hosted on the wordpress.com servers, you don’t need to do anything.)
And if you happen to run SAMBA on Linux (or similar), you need to run your updates, too. There’s a new man-in-the-middle exploit called Badlock which is getting some attention.
March 2016 updates from Adobe and Microsoft
Today Adobe and Microsoft have released updates to their software to address critical vulnerabilities. Here’s the Adobe bulletin (it covers updates to Acrobat and Reader), and here’s the Microsoft bulletin (it covers updates to Internet Explorer, Edge, Office, .Net, and other components).
February 2016 updates from Microsoft and Adobe
Microsoft and Adobe both released software updates today to address long lists of software defects, many of which the vendors categorize as critical.
January 2016 updates from Microsoft and Adobe
Microsoft and Adobe have released software updates for Microsoft Windows, Adobe Reader, and Adobe Acrobat. Both vendors rank these updates as critical.
Here’s Adobe’s security bulletin, and here’s the Microsoft security bulletin.