Patches: Archive: September 2010 

Microsoft Rushes Out 'Important' ASP.NET Patch

Microsoft can move pretty quickly to block zero-day holes when it wants to. The ASP.NET hole got the company's attention and it is rolling out a patch Tuesday, just ten days after it surfaced.

Microsoft Delivers Out-of-Band ASP.NET Patch

A security flaw in an important Microsoft Web technology triggered rapid development and testing of a patch to block further hack attacks on ASP.NET.

Google Updates Chrome Ahead of Adobe Fix

Yet another update for the Chrome browser and this time Google is getting the drop on a Flash fix ahead of other browsers.

Adobe Hustles to Release Flash Player Fix

Adobe Systems pushed out a fix designed to address a critical security vulnerability in its Flash Player a week earlier than it previously promised.

Another Busy Patch Tuesday for Security Admins

Microsoft serves up a fresh batch of vulnerability fixes for September.

Microsoft Cooking Up Baker's Dozen of Fixes for Patch Tuesday

Security administrators are put on notice that they have another busy week of applying vulnerability patches to Microsoft products.

Mozilla Firefox 3.6.9 Security Updates Follow Microsoft's Lead

Mozilla is taking a page from Microsoft IE's security features as it updates the Firefox browser for 10 critical flaws.