Microsoft is to release seven patches for several of its products next Tuesday, including at least two critical updates.
Microsoft plans to release one critical patch for Microsoft Windows Media Player and four patches for Windows, with one of these deemed critical by the company.
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In addition, there is one security update rated as "important" for both Windows and Microsoft Office, with another update rated as important for the Office suite.
Microsoft is also planning to release an updated version of its Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool via its Windows Update, Microsoft Update, Windows Server Update Services and Download Centre services.
The company will also host a webcast to discuss the security updates on Wednesday. More details about the patches and the webcast are available at the company’s Technet website.