Microsoft released June 2012 Security bulletin to close a total of 27 security holes in its products, among them 13 in Internet Explorer. The rest of the patches affect all currently supported Windows versions, the .NET Framework, Remote Desktop, Lync, Windows Kernel and Dynamics AX. The company separately announced changes to its automatic updater to block untrusted security certificates. Microsoft updated the updater tool after researchers uncovered how the Flame malware had gamed the process. The most important updates are bundled in the cumulative Internet Explorer patch (MS12-037), which includes fixes for the holes that were targeted by Pwn2Own exploits. Another urgent update is MS12-036, which concerns denial of service and remote code execution vulnerabilities in the Remote Desktop features built into all supported versions of Windows. The third critical update affects the .NET Framework (MS12-038). The remaining 4 updates are rated "important" by Microsoft and close code execution bugs in Lync and privilege escalation holes in Dynamics AX and Windows.
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