Among the many vulnerabilities that Microsoft patched on Tuesday is one that can be exploited to bypass all Windows security measures by, curiously enough, modifying a single bit of the Windows operating system.
In this month's Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has released nine security bulletins to address 56 unique vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Server software.
Tripwire announced an analysis of Microsoft patch data from 2014.
Microsoft’s January 2015 patch Tuesday marks the start of a new era.
Microsoft's Advanced Notification Service (ANS), which for over a decade provided advanced warning about the patches and updates that the company would push out on its monthly Patch Tuesday, will no longer be available through blog posts and on the web page reserved for the final advisory.
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