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Virtual Administrator’s September 2012 Patch Recommendations

2 Security Bulletins were released – 0 Critical and 2 Important

We have not uncovered any widespread problems with any of these patches and are releasing all of them.

Unusually quiet this month, only 2 patches and neither are critical.  Windows, Office and Internet  Explorer are unaffected this month.

No out-of-band updates were released during the last month.

Noteworthy Patch News

Nothing

This Month In Brief

Exploitability

Requires Restart

  • Servers: No
  • Workstations: No

Known Issues per Microsoft

  • None

New Security Bulletins

(MS#/Affected Software/Type)

IMPORTANT

MS12-061: (Visual Studio) The vulnerability could allow elevation of privilege if a user clicks a specially crafted link in an email message or browses to a webpage that is used to exploit the vulnerability
Details
KB in Kaseya: KB2719584
Affected Software: Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010
Known Issues per MS:None
MS12-062: (Systems Center The vulnerability could allow elevation of privilege if a user visits an affected website by way of a specially crafted URL.
Details
KB in Kaseya: KB2733631,KB2721642
Affected Software: Systems Management Server 2003, System Center Configuration Manager 2007
Known Issues per MS:None
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