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Microsoft to release seven bulletins on Tuesday

As part of Patch Tuesday, the most critical bulletins will cover Internet Explorer, Bluetooth, and DirectX.

Microsoft is planning seven security bulletins for its Patch Tuesday this month, the company announced Thursday.

Three of the bulletins are deemed critical by Microsoft, and cover Bluetooth, Internet Explorer, and DirectX. The Internet Explorer bulletin is expected to be cumulative and might include some remediation for the Safari for Windows vulnerability disclosed last month by Nitesh Dhanjani.

Three of the bulletins are termed important, and cover WINS, Active Directory, and PGM. One of the bulletins is considered moderate and covers kill bits.

The bulletins will be released on Tuesday.