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Breakfast on release day is important, but no biscuits and gravy for breakfast for Craig. Last week I tried putting on my life jacket in preparation for some jet skiing and wakeboarding when I realized I looked like an elephant with a rubber band wrapped around his midsection. Needless to say I don’t think the life jacket would have been the flotation "device" saving me. So now I’m on one of these no carb diets, which means I’m stuck eating cardboard for breakfast. Then on top of it our internal tools were making things interesting today. I could write novels on my adventures with in-house tools. I’m sure most would agree they need support groups for such things. Everyone still got everything out though, and within 5 minutes or so of our target of 10AM.
So here is a list of what went out today: MS05-035 addresses a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows and has a maximum severity rating of "Critical."MS05-036 addresses a vulnerability in Microsoft Office and has a maximum severity rating of "Critical."MS05-037 addresses a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows and has a maximum severity rating of "Critical."
We’ve also updated the Malicious Software Removal available here and as always we encourage folks to join the monthly technical webcast tomorrow to learn more about the bulletins. You can sign up here.
Only two weeks till BlackHat and then DEFCON in Vegas. I’m pretty excited. I hope to drink with----I mean *meet* some of you there! ;>
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