Microsoft News TodayMicrosoft has released security updates set for August 2013

Microsoft Corp. today released the August set of fixes for their products. According to the description of the company, most fixes this time had to Internet Explorer: 19 out of 11 critical fixes are designed for your browser. The company said that such an impressive scale fixes underscores that users and organizations need to very closely monitor the updates for Internet Explorer. Antivirus companies also warn that older browsers may cause data loss.

In addition to patches for IE, the company also released a patch for the protocol stack IPv6, including one patch for the vulnerability, to provoke the so-called Ping of Death. In total, according to the description on the website of the corporation, was released in August 8 individual security bulletins. Continue reading