Explaining Microsoft's Monthly Patches in Non-Technical Terms
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Summary for 3 September 2003

Everyone keeps coming up with these themes to write about every day. You know, some kind of summary of the stuff they came across during the day. After my rant about software updates, I'm going to post a weekly synopsis of the patches released on TechNet. In case you didn't know, every Wednesday is Microsoft Patch Day (corroboration here). So I'm starting a weekly Patch Day Review (PDR). Each week, I'll give you a brief summary of the new patches available and give you direct download links, so you don't have to wade through all the garbage to get to them. This took me a lot of time to compile, so I hope it's useful to someone.

This week's lesson: Do not open documents unless you know where they came from.

Below are the patches for this week. Many of these are fairly serious, so be sure you check them out. Don't forget, each patch has direct download links. If you can't find the targeted application you're looking for, click "More Here". if that link doesn't have information regarding your program, you're ok.

posted on Wednesday, September 03, 2003 9:42 PM


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