As mentioned in the previous post on this months security bulletin releases, there are now confirmed to be 9 security bulletins, addressing 11 vulnerabilities. Refer to this page for details on all updates released this month. Affected Server OS’s are listed below:
|Bulletin Identifier||Severity||Windows Server 2003||Windows Server 2008||Windows Server 2008 R2|
|MS10-061||(Important)||Requires restart||Requires restart||Requires restart|
|MS10-062||(Critical)||May require restart||May require restart||Not applicable|
|MS10-063||(Critical)||Requires restart||Requires restart||Not applicable|
|MS10-065||(Important)||May require restart||May require restart||May require restart|
|MS10-066||(Important)||Requires restart||Not applicable||Not applicable|
|MS10-067||(Important)||May require restart||Not applicable||Not applicable|
|MS10-068||(Important)||Requires restart||Requires restart||Requires restart|
|MS10-069||(Important)||Requires restart||Not applicable||Not applicable|
In addition to the above, if you have previously installed the update relating to MS10-53 (vulnerability in IE), another update – which requires a reboot – to this has been released this month to fix issues with the launch of IE on W7 and W2008 R2.
Since these have been released, limited testing has been undertaken and we can confirm that we are expecting reboots to be required for Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2008 R2.
(as usual, as a UKFast customer, you benefit from these updates being applied automatically unless you have opted out of this service.)