Microsoft has released a new batch of security updates on this month's Patch Tuesday which patch various security vulnerabilities in Microsoft software products.
The vulnerabilities are affecting several popular Microsoft products including various Windows operating systems, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office.
Three of the vulnerabilities have a maximum severity rating of critical while the other three are rated as important. The vulnerability impact is either a remote code execution, or denial of service attack.
It is recommended to patch computer systems and programs that are affected by these vulnerabilities as soon as possible to block attacks that exploit these issues.
Patches can be downloaded from the usual sources including Automatic Update, Windows Update, Microsoft Update or by following the links of individual vulnerabilities above.
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