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.
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.
This month's security bulletins from Microsoft include one in an unusual category: 'security feature bypass'.
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.
Microsoft has released just four security bulletins this month, and only one of them is rated critical.
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.
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.
After a relatively quiet July, Microsoft plans to release a dozen security bulletins on August's Patch Tuesday.
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.
The first Patch Tuesday for 2011 has proved a quiet affair with just two bulletins from Microsoft, only one of which is rated critical.
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.
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.
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.
The 0day exploit for Adobe Acrobat and Reader can be mitigated by a free tool from Microsoft, according to officials at the two companies.
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.
Next Tuesday will see the publication of four security bulletins from Microsoft, three of them rated critical.
The originally released version of Windows Vista will no longer be supported by Microsoft.
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