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Microsoft security updates for December 2011

Microsoft security updates for December 2011

As part of Microsoft's routine, monthly security update cycle, we released 14 new security updates on December 13, 2011.

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IT Professionals and System Administrators

Go to Microsoft TechNet for detailed information about these updates.

Skip the details and download the updates

Go to Microsoft Update to download the latest updates.

Latest security updates

Bulletin Number

Bulletin Title

Bulletin KB

MS11-087

Vulnerability in Microsoft Windows

2639417

MS11-088

Vulnerability in Microsoft Office

2652016

MS11-089

Vulnerability in Microsoft Office

2590602

MS11-090

Vulnerabilities in ActiveX

2618451

MS11-091

Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Publisher

2607702

MS11-092

Vulnerability in Microsoft Windows

2648048

MS11-093

Vulnerability in Microsoft Windows

2624667

MS11-094

Vulnerabilities in Microsoft PowerPoint

2639142

MS11-095

Vulnerability in Microsoft Windows

2640045

MS11-096

Vulnerability in Microsoft Excel

2640241

MS11-097

Vulnerability in Microsoft Windows

2620712

MS11-098

Vulnerability in Microsoft Windows

2633171

MS11-099

Vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer

2618444

Get security updates automatically

You may already have the update if you have automatic updating turned on. To learn about automatic updating, see Update your PC automatically.

If you do not have automatic updating turned on, or to check whether you need the update, go to Microsoft Update. Microsoft Update is an online tool that will scan your computer and provide you a report about what updates your computer needs.

Download updates from the Microsoft Download Center

Security updates can be downloaded from the Microsoft Download Center. Find them by doing a keyword search using the words security update and the name of the month the update was released.

Technical information about security updates

Read the Microsoft Security Response Center blog for updated information. IT professionals and systems administrators, go to Microsoft TechNet for detailed information about updates.

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