On May 8th, "Patch Tuesday", Microsoft (MS) is planning to release a total of seven security bulletins and "six high-priority non-security updates" through MS Update.
One of the vunerabilites fixed includes the infamous DNS flaw affecting Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003, click here for more details. Two of the bulletins pertain to the Windows Operating System, three for their Office software and then one for each of the following MS Products: Exchange Server, Microsoft CAPICOM and BizTalk.
There are also six high-priority, non-security related updates that will be issued through MS Update as well, but no specific information was released. Of course, as always, expect the MS Malicious Software Removal Tool to get its monthly update as well.
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