Microsoft to release 11 new security fixes on Patch Tuesday


As reports, Microsoft is planning a release of 11 new software fixes on October 10 as part of the month's scheduled "Patch Tuesday" release.

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updates will include patches rated by Microsoft as critical, for both the Windows operating system and the Office application suite. There is also a patch for Microsoft's .NET application framework, which is rated by the company as "moderate."

These security fixes come on the heels of three released in September, including an off-schedule patch for Internet Explorer.

For more information, see full coverage of Patch Tuesday on

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