7 Updates coming from Microsoft in July



We can expect 7 updates next week from Microsoft on the monthly patch day for July. Four of the updates will be for Windows, and 3 for Microsoft Office. There will be at least one critical update for each. It’s expected that we’ll see an update for the Excel issues that have been talked about the last few weeks. There are a number of publicly known Internet Explorer vulnerabilities, but it’s not known if Microsoft has prepared patches for those yet. It should be noted that many times 1 patch will cover a number of issues. This is commonly seen with Internet Explorer cumulative updates where several vulnerabilities are addressed with one update.


This is also “the last roundup” for Windows 98 and ME – it will be interesting to see if they’re neglected, or have a few patches included as a retirement gift for those versions. According to the Security Fix, there may be yet another Excel vulnerability. (He’s right it’s getting hard to keep track.)

As usual the advance bulletin is here.

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