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Microsoft only released 13 security bulletins today as part of its "Patch Tuesday" event, instead of its previously announced 14 patches, pulling one of them that affected its .NET framework.
Microsoft has announced that it will release 14 security bulletin updates on Tuesday, September 10th for various software products, which will be the most bulletins in one month so far in 2013.
Microsoft released the monthly security bulletins for its Windows update on Friday, several days ahead of its usual Tuesday release. Microsoft quickly took them down an hour after their release.
A very critical security vulnerability has been discovered without a fix for it yet. The exploit can hijack a computer remotely if the victim simply visits a compromised web site. The attack allows...