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Microsoft Fixes Scary USB Flaw, 20 Bugs, in March Patch Tuesday
PC Magazine / 3/13/13
However, the Visio vulnerability requires that Visio Viewer ActiveX controller be installed, Barrett said. Administrators can disable that feature until the patch is fully applied as a mitigation step, he said. The SharePoint flaw allows attackers to inject malicious ...
Microsoft Loosens Restrictions on Flash in IE10
PC Magazine / 3/12/13
Microsoft said that less than 4 percent of the domains it tested for Flash compatibility are still incompatible, mostly because "the core site experience requires other ActiveX controls in addition to Flash." For developers, Microsoft has posted a document online ...
Microsoft Opening Up Flash In IE10 For Windows 8 + RT
Hot Hardware / 3/11/13
The company also states that "o the thousands of domains tested for Flash compatibility to date, we have found fewer than 4% are still incompatible, in the most part because the core site experience requires other ActiveX controls in addition to Flash." That's ...
Microsoft Releases IE 10 for Windows 7
Redmondmag.com / 2/26/13
That's what Microsoft's FAQ indicates, but it was written when just IE 10 for Windows 8 was around. The FAQ suggests that add-ons aren't necessarily banned from IE 10, and that Silverlight and ActiveX controls can be added. Microsoft's early descriptions of IE ...
Microsoft Squashes 57 Bugs in Massive Patch Tuesday Release
PC Magazine / 2/13/13
The second bulletin (MS13-010) closes a vulnerability in an ActiveX DLL and is actually an issue in the Vector Markup Language DLL, the ActiveX control for the XML-based standard format for two-dimensional Vector graphics. Internet Explorer is just one ...
Microsoft unleashes a monster collection of security patches
PCWorld / 2/12/13
He says that MS13-009 is the core Internet Explorer update, which fixes 13 different flaws, while MS13-010 resolves a vulnerability in an ActiveX DLL (dynamic link library). Contrary to the comment from Barrett, though, Kandek says the ActiveX flaw is ...
Monster Microsoft Patch Tuesday focuses on Windows, Explorer, Exchange
PCWorld (blog) / 2/12/13
... XP SP3, MS13-020 also describes a vulnerability that could lead to remote code execution, one that would occur if the user were to open, in either Microsoft Word or Wordpad, an RTF (Rich Text Format Document) with a secretly embedded ActiveX control.
Microsoft Releases Massive Patch for 57 Vulnerabilities
Redmondmag.com / 2/12/13
"The bug is in the VML (Vector Markup Language) DLL, the ActiveX control for the largely unused XML-based standard format for two-dimensional Vector graphics. VML has been patched twice before in 2007 and 2011 and it would probably be safest to ...
Microsoft addresses 57 security vulnerabilities this Patch Tuesday
SlashGear / 2/12/13
One of the most important patches pushed through is for Internet Explorer, addressing a vulnerability with an ActiveX DLL. This vulnerability is being actively exploited in the wild, and so it has been bestowed with the Critical rating. For this reason, users ...
Microsoft's Developer Tool Suite To Support Git
Dr. Dobb's / 2/2/13
NET Using C# · Writing Lock-Free Code: A Corrected Queue · The Parrot Asteroid Development Experience · The New XSD Designer Tool in Visual Studio 2010 · Mixing ActiveX with Java · Automated Testing & Windows CE · New Features In ASP.NET MVC ...
Microsoft Phases Out XNA and DirectX?
iProgrammer / 1/31/13
It might be that Direct2D/3D is actually the star, and DirectX and its name, which harks back to the days of ActiveX technology, is for the scrap heap. Perhaps it means that Direct2D/3D is now such an integral part of Windows that it is no longer to be regarded ...
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