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Today, as part of our monthly security bulletin release, we have three bulletins addressing four vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office. One bulletin is rated Critical, and this is the bulletin we recommend for priority deployment:
Our other two bulletins are somewhat similar in nature, both addressing the DLL-preloading issue described in Security Advisory 2269637, and both carrying an Important-level severity rating and an Exploitability Index rating of 1.
We continue to address DLL-preloading issues as they are discovered; however, it's important to note that we have not seen exploitation of these issues in the wild.
For all the details see the Microsoft Security Response Center blog.
J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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