Microsoft has wrapped up 2010 with a real bang as far as the volume of security vulnerabilities goes.
The company released no less than 17 security bulletins in December 2010, patching no less than 40 vulnerabilities.
However, just a couple of the patch packages are rated Critical, which means that the security holes they’re designed to plug can allow attackers to execute code remotely on a vulnerable computer and gain control over the machine.
The updates resolve security flaws in a range of products, including Office, Windows, Internet Explorer, SharePoint Server and Exchange.
Jerry Bryant, group manager, response communications, Microsoft was kind enough to provide a complete list with all the security bulletins issued by the software giant this month, which customers will be able to find below. More »