Microsoft Security Updates for June 2008 - gHacks Tech News

Microsoft Security Updates for June 2008

Microsoft finally released the Security Bulletin for June 2008 that contains links to seven updates for various Microsoft products. The bulletin lists three critical, three important and one moderate update with only various versions and editions of Microsoft Windows being affected. The updates are available through various means, most users will probably prefer to download them from Windows Update.

Here is the list of updates that have been released. The easiest way to update them is by simply visiting Windows Update. If you want more control about the update process I suggest you follow the links below or use the Autopatcher Updater to download and install the updates.

Bulletin: Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-030 (Critical)
Description: Vulnerability in Bluetooth Stack Could Allow Remote Code Execution (951376)
Impact: Remote Code Execution

Bulletin: Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-031 (Critical)
Description: Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (950759)
Impact: Remote Code Execution

Bulletin: Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-033 (Critical)
Description: Vulnerabilities in DirectX Could Allow Remote Code Execution (951698)
Impact: Remote Code Execution

Bulletin: Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-034 (Important)
Description: Vulnerability in WINS Could Allow Elevation of Privilege (948745)
Impact: Elevation of Privilege

Bulletin: Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-035 (Important)
Description: Vulnerabilities in Pragmatic General Multicast (PGM) Could Allow Denial of Service (950762)
Impact: Denial of Service

Bulletin: Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-036 (Important)
Description: Vulnerability in Bluetooth Stack Could Allow Remote Code Execution (951376)
Impact: Denial of Service

Bulletin: Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-032 (Moderate)
Description: Cumulative Security Update of ActiveX Kill Bits (950760)
Impact: Remote Code Execution

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