November's edition of Patch Tuesday brought relief from an IE zero-day exploit but a TIFF image-handling vulnerability under active attack from hackers remains unpatched. Microsoft released a total of five bulletins, three of which are marked up as critical and five of which are designated as important. The patch batch …
Presumably the new zero day fix didn't complete regression testing in time for this month's release.
As it is under active attack, imo they should release it out of band as soon as it is ready...
In the mean time the recent Chrome release patched 25! more vulnerabilities...
"In the mean time the recent Chrome release patched 25! more vulnerabilities..."
25! more vulnerabilities
Anonymous Coward of 12:45 GMT, 25! more vulnerabilities = 15,511,210,043,330,985,984,000,000 more of them. One can only stand back in undisguised flabbergastion at the activity of the Oompa-Loompas.
Re: 25! more vulnerabilities
"15,511,210,043,330,985,984,000,000 more of them" - have pity on him - he's just a Yahoo!
My MS update failed to apply one of the patches, KB2888505 security update for IE10. The bundle included an upgrade to IE11. Who could have anticipated that?
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