According to CNET News, Microsoft's July Patch Tuesday will include four security bulletins patching a total of five vulnerabilities. A critical patch for Windows XP and one for the Access database are included. There is also a patch for Outlook that is tagged as important.
Computerworld reports that the release also includes a fix for a bug that a Google researcher took public a month ago. In early June, Tavis Ormandy disclosed an unpatched bug in the Help and Support Center of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.
PCWorld.com notes that July's Patch Tuesday signals the end of support for Windows 2000 and Windows XP SP2.