Microsoft Patch Tuesday: three updates planned
Microsoft has announced that it plans to release just three bulletins for its March Patch Tuesday. According to the company, the bulletins, one of which is rated as critical, will address a total of four security vulnerabilities in its Windows and Office products – all of the holes involve the possibility of remote code execution, in which an attacker could execute arbitrary code on a user's system.
Additional information is currently not available. Last month Microsoft issued twelve patches to close a total of 22 security holes in its products.
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