In total, Microsoft has now blocked file extensions that it deems as at risk or that are typically sent as malicious attachments in emails. Infosec Insider content is written by a trusted community of Threatpost cybersecurity subject matter experts. The update includes some additional defense-in-depth changes. Servers without the DNS role are not affected. Content strives to be of the highest quality, objective and non-commercial. Microsoft has issued a patch for an Internet Explorer remote code execution flaw that is being actively exploited in the wild.
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Log in Remember me. Suggested articles Microsoft Blacklists Dozens of New File Extensions in Outlook In total, Microsoft has now blocked file extensions that it deems as at risk or that are ms111-069 sent as malicious attachments in emails. Unless you have an immediate, pressing need to install a specific patch, don’t do it.
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Patch Tuesday: Microsoft Releases 13 Bulletins, 2 Critical | Threatpost
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We recommend latch attention to the first two bulletins:. The role is not installed by default so only a limited number of servers will need this update.
For more information, you can find the entire patch Tuesday report here. You can identify the people who support AskWoody by the Plus badge on their avatars. Microsoft has issued a patch for an Internet Explorer remote code execution flaw that is being pach exploited in the wild. In addition to the two critical fixes, Microsoft released nine important patches, and two moderate patches.
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For two of the vulnerabilities, proof-of-concept code has been published. Of interest, one of these is the ability of users to block cross-domain drag and drop functionality. The second critical fix, MSrepairs vulnerabilities in Microsoft DNS server that could allow for remote code execution.
Patch Tuesday: Microsoft Releases 13 Bulletins, 2 Critical
This update resolves two privately disclosed vulnerabilities in the Windows DNS server. This content creates an opportunity for a sponsor to provide insight and commentary from their point-of-view directly to the Threatpost audience. Click here for details and to sign up.
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(MS11-069) Vulnerability in .NET Framework Could Allow Information Disclosure (2567951)
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