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Microsoft and Apple issue critical patches

Microsoft and Apple released a batch of critical security fixes within 24 hours of each other, patching a variety of components including the Internet Explorer browser, Bluetooth services and the QuickTime media player. Three Microsoft patches were rated critical, the highest threat ranking in Microsoft’s four-tier scoring system. One purged IE of cross-domain and memory corruption vulnerabilities. Users could fall prey to them by visiting trusted websites that have been compromised by attackers. The Sans Internet Storm Center is urging people to apply the patch immediately, because details of the cross-domain bug have been public since March. A second critical patch from Microsoft fixes a bug in the Windows implementation of Bluetooth. An attacker can use it to execute malicious code by flooding a vulnerable system with a large number of Bluetooth device queries. This would be particularly useful for pwning a machine while in use at an airport or coffee shop, it seems.

Microsoft also issued a critical fix for buggy DirectX components. Not to be outdone, Apple on Monday fixed five vulnerabilities in QuickTime that allowed miscreants to execute malicious code by tricking users into opening booby-trapped pictures, video and sound files. The patch is available for both Macs and Windows machines, and like the Microsoft updates, should be installed as soon as possible. To our disappointment, today’s Patch Tuesday from Microsoft failed to neutralize a blended threat that confronts Windows users who browse sites with Apple’s Safari browser. Two weeks ago, Microsoft warned users to stop using Safari until the threat is finally removed.

Source: The Register


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  1. Downloading Junkie!
    June 11th, 2008 | 11:32

    Micro$oft still has more patches then a leaky dam. Glad I do not pay for this crap.

  2. carta
    June 11th, 2008 | 11:40

    they also sent an update on valadilty check on vista

  3. Mikael
    June 11th, 2008 | 11:53

    If Apple and Microsoft were to play a tennis match. Who would win?

    - Apple because they have Mac OS X Server.

    (and don’t comment saying Microsoft has Windows 2003 Server because Apple also has John MacEnroe)

  4. AlexCull
    June 11th, 2008 | 11:54

    I don’t mind the updates – At least they care enough to fix problems when they arise.

    And if you use Safari – You’re an idiot. Enjoy your carpet bombing.

  5. AlexCull
    June 11th, 2008 | 11:56

    @ 3

    Coming from a software designer, the newly designed Kernel in Windows Server 2008 is out of this world.

    I’d have to disagree. Mac OSX is a less than standard operating system with near none compatibility.

  6. Anders
    June 11th, 2008 | 12:09

    Well at least they patch it! No software is perfect man, so give them a bit of a credit for doing it as soon as possible!

  7. jet
    June 11th, 2008 | 13:11

    use media monkey its way better then itunes

  8. Ryu_H
    June 11th, 2008 | 13:52

    … or FLOOLA.

    It’s free & comes in Windows, OS X and Linux flavors.

    Great ap. imho.

  9. Ryu_H
    June 11th, 2008 | 13:53

    (to access your Ipod, that is)

  10. jaap
    June 11th, 2008 | 14:19

    how the hell do you win a tennis match with a osx server…..

  11. ★★★RLSLogKing★★★
    June 11th, 2008 | 14:31

    who the hell running windows would even want to use the inferior Safari?

    Firefox pwns

    -nuff said

  12. Butt-plug
    June 11th, 2008 | 14:55

    firefox has become a bloated piece of junk (that takes up more memory that the actual OS its run on…

  13. common sense
    June 11th, 2008 | 15:49

    Apple the better OS? Yea Right…and pigs fart golden bricks and Cows give Strawberry flavored ice cream instead of milk. Apple has less then 5% of the Computer market while MS has over 93% (the other 2% are Linux and Unix users, and that is not saying a whole lot about Mac when you have two ‘geek OS’s’ that combined have almost as much as the 2nd rated OS)

    You constantly hear that there are no viruses for Mac, but do a Google search and you come up with over 200,000 pages of Mac exclusive viruses. And before the “Mac muffins” say anything, if the positions of Mac and Windows were reversed; it would be Windows saying the same crap that Mac is trying to shove down gullible throats as Mac would be the number one target for virus writers. And what the “Mac Muffins” dont want to understand, is that if Mac were as great as they claim, then WHY the need to release a patch? Wouldnt it already be a perfectly working system right from the box? Whoops…seems reality does not agree, hence the patches.

    When you are number 1, EVERYONE is out to get you. When you are number 2, you then can crow how safe you are because not very many people even want to own you, let alone write viruses for you. Windows is a very screwy OS, but at present, it is the best we have for the masses so deal with it.

  14. Anom
    June 11th, 2008 | 17:19

    Here is a full details of Windows XP and Vista patches:

  15. mbdc
    June 11th, 2008 | 19:34

    @15 common sense

    As it was wisely put in The Big Lebowski…. Donny, you’re out of your element!

  16. sbga
    June 11th, 2008 | 21:17

    mac sucks obviously, the only reason windows has more virii is because that’s what the virus writers target, why the hell would they target mac when no one uses the piece of crap?

  17. Butt-plug
    June 11th, 2008 | 22:01

    Safari 4: (developers preview)

    i love it. since the kids first heard the..–oh noone writes viruses for mac cos there isn many of them– thats all you ever hear.
    look come back when you can afford to buy quality stuff eh?

    until then get your PC’s from asdas (wallmart) and STFU

  18. DJWill_I_AM444
    June 11th, 2008 | 23:26

    Im glad they do updates… who dosent appricate updates…seriously???

    @1… EVERYTHING updates.. do you even own a computer?? Everything in the computer world changed day-by-day…

    Get with it!

  19. or77
    June 12th, 2008 | 06:29

    Hi, sorry for the n00b question, but which one is the validity check update for vista, so that I choose not to install that one? Thanks for all your help.

  20. mike08
    June 12th, 2008 | 07:16
  21. pleasehelp
    June 12th, 2008 | 09:11

    can not update error code 80072f78 ,i try google all it come up with is synch your computer with Internet time

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