Brian Krebs advises that Microsoft continues to hustle to keep its Windows operating system secure.
On June 9, “Microsoft released software patches to plug at least 129 security holes in its Windows operating systems and supported software, by some accounts a record number of fixes in one go for the software giant,” Krebs advises.
He adds that “June marks the fourth month in a row that Microsoft has issued fixes to address more than 100 security flaws in its products. Eleven of the updates address problems Microsoft deems ‘critical,’ meaning they could be exploited by malware or malcontents to seize complete, remote control over vulnerable systems without any help from users.”
Kreb’s post has more information on the Windows concerns.