Microsoft has released a bunch of 10 updates to its Windows operating system and associated applications. Of course Windows XP has several fixes, as does Windows Server 2003 which gets seven fixes for eight flaws. Windows 98, SE, and ME, however, don't even get patches for several known flaws.

The fixes in question address several issues, including PNG Image Rendering Memory Corruption Vulnerability, XML Redirect Information Disclosure Vulnerability, a critical vulnerability in how Windows handles HTML Help, a critical flaw in Microsoft's implementation of Server Message Block (SMB), and an Interactive Training Vulnerability in nearly all Windows versions since Windows 98.