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Bumper Harvest of Application Patches

Memory corruption and script engine flaws in the Internet Explorer and EDGE browsers, an attack vector potentially allowing a malicious spreadsheet to infect a user’s PC because of a problem disabling macros properly, and a significant set of updates for Adobe Acrobat and Reader.

As ever, our advice on the subject is twofold:

  • Make sure you regularly patch your applications.
  • Don’t open documents you don’t recognize, or from sources you don’t know, without checking that they’re legit.

About Gavin Martin

Information systems architect / technical design authority with over 20 years experience delivering small-scale through enterprise systems to commercial, finance and government customers.

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