Microsoft will release just one security patch for its Windows operating system on Tuesday.
The vendor gives the update a severity rating of 'important', and the patch will not require a system restart. Microsoft also is preparing to release an update for Microsoft Office rated 'critical'.
The company did not provide any additional details about the upcoming fixes for its monthly Patch Tuesday.
Microsoft plugged seven vulnerabilities in Windows and Office last month, two of which were rated 'critical'.
Redmond typically publishes its security updates on the second Tuesday of the month and gives notice about the kind of updates that it is preparing in the week prior to the release. This schedule is aimed at helping administrators to prepare.
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