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This Week in Patching – 1/25/2013

By: Jason Miller, Manager of Research and Development at VMware

After an eventful past couple of weeks in patch management, this week was relatively quiet.  Here is a quick recap in the happenings of patch management this week.

On Monday, a new version of Audacity was released.  Audacity 2.0.3 is a non-security update fixing numerous issues.

On Tuesday, Google released new security updates for their Chrome and Chrome Frame browsers.  Google Chrome / Chrome Frame version 24.0.1312.56 fixes three high, and two medium vulnerabilities.

On Wednesday, Core FTP released a new version with version 2.2.  This version was originally released on January 17th, but the details were provided on Wednesday.  This new version is a non-security update.

Last up for this week are new versions of MozyHome and MozyPro released today.  MozyHome and MozyPro version are both non-security updates.

Happy Patching!

– Jason Miller

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One thought on “This Week in Patching – 1/25/2013

  1. basa

    I am not sure if this is the right blog for my problem.
    I am unable to boot the machibe. getting error.”the specified file is not a a virtual disk.”
    i am using vmware workstation 9 on win 7.
    the machine was working fine.
    not sure, if i didnt shutdown properly or there was a power outage.
    this is one of the node of exchange CCR clustering. i dont want to recreate whole ccr again. is there any solution for this.
    i got many blogs and kb’s but ufortunately i am not able to resolve it so far.
    some blogs say need to recreate descriptor file. i dont know where is descriptor file in vmware workstation 9.
    some say to run repair using vmware-vdiskmanager.exe but that didnt do anything. i just run the command and it dont say anything.
    any help will be highly appreciated.

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