Microsoft Kernel-Mode Bugs to be the Bulk of Patch Tuesday

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Microsoft is patching another huge number of Windows kernel-mode device driver vulnerabilities in addition to a bug in Internet Explorer browser to which hackers are currently exploiting. 17 security bulletins that will fix a record 64 vulnerabilities in the Windows OS, Internet Explorer, the Office suite, and the Visual Studio platform.

Internet Explorer, Kernal-Mode device driver vulnerabilities and more to be patched today

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