Microsoft has rolled out another five patches to address vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office, Windows and Internet Explorer. The five critical patches were included among eight bulletins that Microsoft released as part of its Patch Tuesday. The bulletins covered a total of 10 vulnerabilities. One of the five critical patches is designed to resolve a flaw in Microsoft Office Project, which could allow attackers to take complete control of users' systems if they open a malicious Office Project file.
MS08-018 - Vulnerability in Microsoft Project Could Allow Remote Code Execution (950183)
MS08-021 - Vulnerabilities in GDI Could Allow Remote Code Execution (948590)
MS08-022 - Vulnerability in vb script and JScript Scripting Engines Could Allow Remote Code Execution (944338)
MS08-023 - Security Update of ActiveX Kill Bits (948881)
MS08-024 - Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (947864)
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