Microsoft Preps June 6th Patch Tuesday Deluge

by Rafael Hernandez on June 6, 2009 · 0 comments

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There hasn’t been a Patch Tuesday this big since October 2008. PC World notes that Microsoft is getting ready to release a total of 10 patches for serious bugs in Windows operating systems, Internet Explorer, and their productivity apps Word and Excel.

Heading over to Microsoft’s Security Bulletin Advance Notification page for this month informs us that the company has patched critical issues and, you guessed it, all of your workstations will have to be restarted in order for the bulk of them to be fully patched. Especially important if you’re using Internet Explorer extensively.

That’s ok though you’ll be doing some rigorous testing before you even roll out these patches….right?

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