Microsoft released 10 security bulletins on Patch Tuesday that included patches for five zero day vulnerabilities under attack that had not been publicly disclosed until today.
Microsoft’s August Patch Tuesday offers nine security bulletins with five rated critical, resolving 34 security vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer (IE), Edge, and Office, as well as some serious high-profile security issues with Windows.
A security bulletin, MS16-102, patches a single vulnerability (CVE-2016-3319) that could allow an attacker to control your computer just by
Microsoft today released nine security bulletins as part of its August 2016 Patch Tuesday updates.
Microsoft’s July Patch Tuesday offers 11 security bulletins with six rated critical resolving almost 50 security holes in its software.
The company has patched a security flaw in the Windows Print Spooler service that affects all supported versions of Windows ever released, which if exploited could allow an attacker to take over a device via a simple mechanism.
The “critical” flaw (
Microsoft has released 16 security bulletins on Tuesday resolving a total of 44 security holes in its software, including Windows, Office, Exchange Server, Internet Explorer and Edge.
Five bulletins have been rated “critical” that could be used to carry out remote code execution and affected: Windows, Internet Explorer (IE), Edge (the new, improved IE), Microsoft Office and Office services;
Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday security bulletins include a patch for a JScript and VBScript scripting engine vulnerability being publicly exploited.
The much anticipated Badlock vulnerability wasn’t in the SMB protocol after all, but in SAM and LSAD and exposed Windows machines to privilege escalation.
Admins have to hold their breath for two more weeks on the Badlock vulnerability. Which will come first: the patch, or a public exploit?
Microsoft released 13 security bulletins, five of which it rated critical, including separate advisories patching two dozen flaws in IE and Microsoft Edge browsers.
Microsoft released six security bulletins today, and continued its deprecation of the weak RC4 encryption algorithm across Windows systems.