Microsoft is set to release 9 patches next week, double what it issued in July of 2011.
The newest version of the operating system will check with Apple's servers on a daily basis.
Sophos researchers have come across several attempts to exploit the vulnerability.
Busy week of patching continues as programming languages and frameworks get patched for security vulnerabilities.
The June Patch Tuesday release addresses 26 unique vulnerabilities and closes the untrusted certificate loophole exploited by the Flame malware.
The vulnerabilities could enable an attacker to take control of a system, according to the company.
The patches were promised a month ago, after the company first said the only way to protect against the flaws would be to pay for an upgrade.
Betting on security and privacy, Microsoft hopes to avoid the issues that tripped up Google's cloud deal for Los Angeles.
The source package contains the company's private certificate file used to sign the extension, according to security researcher Nik Cubrilovic.
The update patches 17 vulnerabilities in versions of the software for Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP.
Security gets embedded in the latest generation of vPro chips, as Intel continues to drive McAfee technologies into the hardware layer.