Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday rollout covered 62 items, 12 rated critical, including patches for a pair of Zero Day vulnerabilities. Among the most worrisome issues addressed with this round of updates is CVE-2018-8589, a Won32k elevation of privilege flaw, that has been spotted in the wild affecting Windows 7, Server 2008 and Server 2008 R2. “This…
Microsoft's November Patch Tuesday security bulletin lists 12 notifications, four of which are critical updates being issued for Internet Explorer, Edge and two other applications all repair a vulnerability that would allow remote code execution.
Microsoft's first Patch Tuesday for the year proved lighter than usual with the company rolling out four security bulletins today that cover just four potential exploits, two of which are rated critical.
Microsoft followed up its out of band patch announcement on May 8 for its Microsoft Malware Protection Engine with its usual Patch Tuesday offering, which this month contained 57 vulnerabilities, including zero-day issues.