Microsoft has released the details of its upcoming Patch Tuesday security update for September.
The software giant plans to release at least nine security bulletins to patch 13 flaws reported in the Windows OS, Office suite and Web Server software, tech news site E Week reports.
Slated for a 14 September release, the update will issue bulletins for four 'critical' patches, while the rest have been labeled as 'important'.
"I expect some of the bulletins to address DLL Hijacking issues in Microsoft's own products, but it will be interesting to see if Microsoft will change its guidance for Hotfix KB2264107," wrote Wolfgang Kandek, Chief Technical Officer of Qualys in his blog.
Out of the total bulletins expected to release next week, eight will work on Windows and its other versions, out of which two solutions will fix Office, while one will work for its Internet Information Services.
Microsoft traditionally releases security bulletins in alternate packages of small and large batches every month.