Adobe and Microsoft patches galore for March 2013
While spring has not quite sprung, Microsoft and Adobe have both sprung a slew of updates for you.
It is important that you apply these updates to your computers and servers in order to keep your network secure.
Let’s start with Adobe – Four Flash security holes have been plugged in Flash Player 11.6.602.171 and earlier across all platforms. Yes, that means you Apple Mac and Linux users need to get the updated Player version 11.6.602.180 or newer. Failure to do so could result in code being executed on your computer that could give a remote user complete control over it.
Next up…. Microsoft!
Products with updates include Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office Suite (Visio Viewer 2010, SharePoint Server 2010, OneNote 2010, Office Outlook for Mac) and Silverlight 5 for both PC and Mac computers have a multitude of issues, with four critical bulletins.
Again, these updates should be installed as soon as possible.
If you or your organization requires assistance, please let us know. We can assist here in Upstate & Greenville SC with all your desktop, server and network security needs. We are an authorized Microsoft Partner and provide sales, service and support of their entire line of offerings. We can keep your computers secure, and in the event they need a virus cleaned off or removed, we can assist with that too!
Businesses wanting to employ the use of a patch management system, which will collect information about desktops, notebooks and other devices on their network, and push out updates from an easy to monitor server should contact us for more information!
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