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Light month of fixes expected in June Patch Tuesday

In an advance security notification, Microsoft said it will deliver five bulletins next week for this month’s Patch Tuesday.

June’s lone critical bulletin addresses a remote code execution vulnerability. Multiple versions of Internet Explorer and Windows will be affected.

This month’s four important bulletins will address vulnerabilities with information disclosure, denial of service, remote code execution and elevation of privilege. These fixes will affect multiple versions of Windows and Microsoft Office.

June has a markedly lighter number of bulletins than what admins have seen in recent months. May’s Patch Tuesday had ten patches and brought the yearly total of patches up to 45, a noticeable increase from the same point in 2012.

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