Microsoft to Plug 22 Holes This Month

Three of the patches are categorized as critical and all twelve will be patched in next weeks Patch Tuesday. The three critical patches will effect the Windows operating system and Internet Explorer. The remaining nine patches are classified as Important. Vulnerabilities include exploits for the Windows Graphics Rendering Engine, a CSS exploit in Internet Explorer that could allow an attacker to gain remote code execution and a zero-day flaw that created a vulnerability in the FTP service found inside of Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 and 7.5.

Microsoft announced today that they will be addressing 22 different security vulnerabilities

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