Friday, 22 November 2013

Bugs and Fixes: updates to Windows iTunes, Java, and Internet Explorer


Update is very important to keep up with your security fixes. The latest updates include the usual fixes to stop malicious attacks. Now, go through this tutorial for further updates.


Apple updates Windows iTunes to 11.1.2
This version of iTunes for Windows can fix several potential security issues. Talking about the bug related to WebKit memory corruption issues; it allows the attack of nefarious things between iTunes and iTunes store. You can fix this also with this update. Apple update of libxml and libxslt to 2.9.0 and 1.1.28 is powerful for restricting unexpected program shutdowns.

Java's Slew of Fixes
While tracking your browser’s add-ons or extensions, you must have noticed the disablement of Java. Thus, Java 7 update 45 has reduced the attack of disablement with its whopping 51 fixes. These are the part of Oracle's latest Critical Patch Update released on 10/13/2013. Also, there are protections against code redistribution as well as a warning if an application gets started in an unexpected location. Mac users should go for Oracle's plug-in.

Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (2879017)
This update may attract your attention if you don’t have any automatic updates enabled. Through this, number of security flaws can be addressed. Furthermore, attackers can get administrative rights to play chaos with your PC.

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