Patch Management Service Content Update from CTCOMP – July 2014

Six bulletins were released this month, two rated Critical, three rated Important, and one rated Moderate in severity which address 29 Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) in Windows and Internet Explorer. While Microsoft encourages everyone to apply all of the available updates, for those customers who need to prioritize their patch deployments, it is recommended to put the Windows Journal and IE updates at the top of the list.

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source: Microsoft Security Response Center)


 

July 16, 2014

Update Report on Patches MS14-037 to MS14-042

MS14-037: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully for Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.

MS14-038: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 2008, 7, 2008R2, 8.1, 2012R2.

MS14-039: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 2008, 7, 2008R2, 8.1, 2012R2.

MS14-040: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 2008, 7, 2008R2, 8.1, 2012R2.

MS14-041: Deployed via Kaseya and tested successfully on Windows 2008, 7, 2008R2, 8.1, 2012R2.

MS14-042: *** NOT TESTED ***CTComp does not currently have Microsoft Service Bus deployed in either lab or production environments. Microsoft currently reports the only known issue with this patch being a duplication of entries for Service Bus 1.1 in the “Programs and Features” list in Control Panel.