June, 2009

  • June 2009 Advance Notification

    Advance Notification for the June 2009 Security Bulletin Release Today, we published our Advance Notification indicating that next Tuesday, June 9 at 10:00 a.m. PDT (UTC -8), we will be releasing a total of 10 security bulletins consisting of: · Six updates affecting Windows. Two Critical, three Important, and one Moderate. · One Critical update affecting Internet Explorer. · One Critical update affecting Word. · One Critical update affecting Excel. · One Critical update affecting...
  • June 2009 Bulletin Release

    Summary of Microsoft’s monthly security bulletin release for June 2009. Today we released 10 new security bulletins . 6 of those affect Windows with two rated as critical, three rated as important and one as moderate. The remaining four all have an aggregate rating of critical and affect Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office Word, Microsoft Office Excel and Microsoft Works Converters. In addition to these new bulletins, we are releasing the remaining updates for MS09-017 which now includes updates...
  • Monthly Security Bulletin Webcast Q&A - June 2009

    Hosts: Adrian Stone, Senior Security Program Manager Lead Jerry Bryant, Senior Security Program Manager Lead Website: TechNet/security Chat Topic: June 2009 Security Bulletin Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2009 Q: For security update for Microsoft Excel 2000 ( KB969683 ), is Microsoft Office Excel 2000 Service Pack 3 the only version that is vulnerable, or is that the only version of Office that is supported and therefore the only one that the security update will work for? A: Excel...
  • Security Bulletin Webcast Video, Questions and Answers – June 2009

    During the security bulletin webcast for June 2009, we answered a wide array of questions around the 10 bulletins we released. Of primary interest to customers, based on the number of questions we received on the topic, is the RPC issue addressed by MS09-026 . As this issue affects third party products that utilize RPC in Windows, customers wanted to know if there is a way to tell if their third party product was vulnerable. First, we are not aware of any applications that are vulnerable to this...