Microsoft revealed on Thursday that the company plans to issue five bulletins for its September 2011 Patch Tuesday.
The software giant will address a variety of flaws across its Windows, Office and Server products. All five bulletins are listed as Important but not critical. One remote code execution bulletin affects Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. Microsoft does not detail the exact flaws until the security fixes are available on Windows Update.
Microsoft’s September Patch Tuesday is relatively quiet compared to August. The company issued 13 bulletins in August to address 22 vulnerabilities last month. Including some critical vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer, SMB server, MP3 codecs, Cinepak Codecs, Office, .NET and others.
Microsoft’s September Patch Tuesday will commence on September 13 at 10AM PST.