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August has been a rough month for Microsoft. Now their latest Windows Update Agent causes error 80246002.
Google released version 37.0.2062.94 of its Chrome web browser, plugging a whopping 50 security holes.
Some of Microsoft's August patches caused trouble with Internet Explorer and Windows. Microsoft released an updated version on 27th of August.
The latest Chrome update fixes Flash Player and 12 security bugs.
Start applying patches for Windows, Internet Explorer, Flash Player and Reader now.
Firefox 31 adds blocking malware downloads and beefs up security.
Google released version 36.0.1985.125 of its Chrome web browser, plugging 26 security holes.
Oracle revealed its quarterly Critical Patch Updates to Java SE, fixing a total of 20 critical vulnerabilities.
July 2014 updates plug critical security holes in Windows, Internet Explorer and Flash Player.
Microsoft closed an important Denial of Service hole in Malware Protection Engine.
Mozilla released Firefox 30, fixing a total of 10 vulnerabilities and adding some new features.
June 2014 brings critical patches for Windows, Internet Explorer, Flash Player and Chrome.
Public disclosure of the critical flaw in IE 8 CMarkup component can quickly lead to malware attacks.
Google Chrome 35.0.1916.114 closes 23 vulnerabilities, at least 3 are rated high.
Google Chrome version 34.0.1847.137 closes 3 important security holes.
Microsoft and Adobe released critical updates to their products on May's Patch Tuesday.
Microsoft slapped an out-of-band patch on the critical Internet Explorer 0-day hole.
Mozilla released version 29 of their Firefox browser, plugging many vulnerabilities.
Adobe released Flash Player 184.108.40.206, fixing a critical 0-day vulnerability.
Microsoft released Security Advisory 2963983 about a 0-day flaw that affects Internet Explorer users.
Google updated stable release of Chrome to version 34.0.1847.131, closing 9 security holes.
Oracle released its quarterly update to Java, fixing many critical vulnerabilities.
Microsoft, Adobe and Google released critical updates to their products on the 8th of April, 2014.
Microsoft warns that Word 2010 security bug is being used in targeted attacks.
Mozilla Firefox 28 plugs security holes used during Pwn2Own contest, and adds some features.
Google released Chrome 33.0.1750.154 to plug security holes used in Pwn2Own hacking contest.
Adobe released Shockwave Player 220.127.116.11, fixing one critical security hole.
Microsoft Patch Tuesday for March 2014 brings two critical and three important security fixes.
Adobe Patch Tuesday for March 2014 addresses two important vulnerabilities in Flash Player.
Google released version 33.0.1750.149 of their Chrome web browser, patching 7 vulnerabilities.
Google released Chrome 33.0.1750.146, fixing 19 security flaws.
Just 16 days after emergency fix, another out of band patch for Adobe Flash Player appears.
Google Chrome 33.0.1750.117 brings 28 security patches and retires Chrome Frame.
A new 0-day vulnerability in IE 9 and 10 is already being misused in targeted attacks.
Adobe released Shockwave Player 18.104.22.168, plugging two critical security holes.
Februrary's Patch Tuesday brings several critical updates to Internet Explorer and Windows.
Mozilla revealed version 27 of their Firefox web browser, fixing 4 critical and 4 high-risk security issues.
Adobe Flash Player 12 received a critical update for a vulnerability that is already being actively exploited.
Google has released Chrome version 32.0.1700.102, fixing 14 security issues and several bugs.
Google released version 32.0.1700.76 of its Chrome web browser, addressing a total of 21 vulnerabilities.
Microsoft, Adobe and Oracle patched critical flaws in Windows, Reader, Flash and Java on 14th of January, 2014.
Mozilla released Firefox version 26, fixing 5 critical vulnerabilities, and making Java plugins click-to-play.
Both Microsoft and Adobe released critical updates to their products on 10th of December, 2013. Updating is a must.
Google revealed version 31.0.1650.63 of its Chrome web browser, fixing a total of 15 security holes.
Microsoft released Security Advisory 2914486 for Windows XP and Server 2003, offering a temporary workaround for 0-day Elevation of Privilege flaw.
Google updated Chrome web browser to version 31.0.1650.57, fixing two critical vulnerabilities.
November's Patch Tuesday delivers critical fixes to IE, Windows and Flash Player; Google patches and updates Chrome to version 31.
Mozilla released version 25 of their Firefox web browser, fixing a total of 10 vulnerabilities.
Oracle released its quarterly update to Java, fixing a total of 51 security bugs. All but one of these are remotely exploitable.
Google released version 30.0.1599.101 of its Chrome web browser that plugs a total of five security holes.