Microsoft today released six critical bulletins as part of its July Patch Tuesday update, including patches for remote code execution flaws in Windows Print Spooler components.
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;
Adobe pushed out 95 fixes for Acrobat, Reader, and ColdFusion on Tuesday and simultaneously warned about a zero day vulnerability in Flash it plans to patch on Thursday.
Experts urge caution over a vulnerability patched by Microsoft in the Windows USB Master Storage Class Driver that could be exploited remotely.
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 only released nine bulletins for its first Patch Tuesday of 2016, but six of them are marked critical and seven can lead to remote code execution.
Adobe today patched 17 remote code execution vulnerabilities in Acrobat and Reader.
Adobe released a large update for Reader, Acrobat, and Flash today that addresses 69 critical vulnerabilities combined in the software.
Microsoft released a security bulletin for its new Edge browser, patching four critical vulnerabilities.
Microsoft patched a Windows kernel zero day vulnerability uncovered among the data stolen from the controversial Hacking Team.