DailyTech - "Microsoft is expected to release six new security updates for Windows next week. According to the Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification, all six patches are critical. One of the critical security updates addresses the exploits currently found in Microsoft’s XML Core Services. There isn’t much detail on the other five security updates, though Microsoft has marked the five patches with its maximum severity rating.
In addition to the security updates, Microsoft will be updating its Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool. Lastly Microsoft will release two non-security high priority updates on Microsoft Update and Windows Server Update Services.
Expect the critical security updates to be available next Tuesday. The updates will be available on Microsoft Update, Windows Update, Windows Server Update and Software Update Services."