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While all products can outlive their intended lifespan, Windows Server 2003 has set some kind of record – 23.8 million copies still running on 11.9 million physical servers.

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The first Patch Tuesday for 2012 brings seven bulletins from Microsoft. One was held over from December, and only one of the seven is regarded as being critical.

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This month's security bulletins from Microsoft include one in an unusual category: 'security feature bypass'.

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Microsoft's Christmas stocking of security patches isn't quite as well stuffed as we were led to expect. Nevertheless, 19 vulnerabilities have been addressed.

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Wednesday, 09 November 2011 11:46

A mild November Patch Tuesday from Microsoft

Microsoft has released just four security bulletins this month, and only one of them is rated critical.

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This month's Patch Tuesday saw Microsoft release eight bulletins addressing 23 vulnerabilities. If you run a still-supported version of Windows, there's a patch for you this month.

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Patch Tuesday will soon be with us again, and for October Microsoft is cooking up something for most Windows users and administrators. The scoreline is Critical 2, Important 6.

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After a relatively quiet July, Microsoft plans to release a dozen security bulletins on August's Patch Tuesday.

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It'll be back to business as usual on this month's Patch Tuesday: Microsoft has warned there will be 12 bulletins addressing 22 issues.

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Wednesday, 12 January 2011 11:00

Microsoft's gentle start to 2011 patching

The first Patch Tuesday for 2011 has proved a quiet affair with just two bulletins from Microsoft, only one of which is rated critical.

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Microsoft will follow the remarkable 17 security bulletins released in December 2010 with a more manageable two this month. But a pair of publicly disclosed vulnerabilities will remain unfixed.

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Wednesday, 05 January 2011 14:01

Windows graphics vulnerability disclosed

Microsoft has warned its customers of a vulnerability in Windows' graphics rendering engine. No patch is available yet, but the company is unaware of any attacks using the vulnerability.

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2010 is going out with a bang as far as Microsoft security patches are concerned. December's Patch Tuesday will see a whopping 17 updates addressing 40 vulnerabilities.

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The 0day exploit for Adobe Acrobat and Reader can be mitigated by a free tool from Microsoft, according to officials at the two companies.

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The use of Linux as a server operating system in India is growing, with SMEs leading the way. But Windows - specifically Windows Server 2003 - still holds the lion's share of the market.

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Next Tuesday will see the publication of four security bulletins from Microsoft, three of them rated critical.

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Wednesday, 14 April 2010 11:17

Vista RTM reaches end of support

The originally released version of Windows Vista will no longer be supported by Microsoft.

Wednesday, 03 March 2010 09:10

Microsoft: Don't press F1

If a dialog generated by a web page or other Internet content asks you to press the F1 key, don't do it!
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