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IT administrators have their hands full today

  • 13 April, 2007 09:55

<p>“With five of the bulletins released this month being critical, all of which allow remote access execution and with the addition of out-of-cycle patch, IT administrators have their hands full today.</p>
<p>“Microsoft is making progress on addressing vulnerabilities in its legacy applications with MS07-019 and MS07-020 fixing XP/2000 software defects. However, the MS07-017 and MS07-021 patches show that there continues to be problems with Vista.</p>
<p>“Organisations need to take notice that although Vista is more secure, it is certainly not immune from vulnerabilities. PatchLink recommends that organisations prioritise deploying the Vista-related, MS07-017 and MS07-021, patches ASAP.</p>
<p>“Since all five critical patches are for remote code execution, which is oftentimes a vehicle for botnets and other targeted attacks, it is essential that organisations remediate these vulnerabilities quickly.”</p>
<p>Note to Editor</p>
<p>Should you wish to interview Chris Wood or require any further information please contact Sarah on 02 9212 3848 or sarah@kinetics.com.au</p>
<p>ABOUT PATCHLINK CORPORATION</p>
<p>PatchLink® is the global leader for security patch and vulnerability management solutions, delivering comprehensive, multi-platform assessment and remediation for continuous protection across the enterprise. Offering the most comprehensive platform and application support, PatchLink maintains the largest tested and most up-to-date security patch repository, enabling organizations to accurately assess and remediate vulnerabilities based on established industry best practices. Currently protecting thousands of commercial and government organizations and millions of PCs and servers worldwide, PatchLink effectively eliminates vulnerability risks and enforces security and compliance policies while reducing overall IT costs. PatchLink is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and was founded in 1991by Sean Moshir.</p>
<p>©2007 PatchLink Corporation. All rights reserved. PatchLink, the PatchLink logo, and the PatchLink product names and logos are either registered trademarks or trademarks of PatchLink Corporation in the United States. In addition, other company names and products mentioned in this document, if</p>

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