This marks the first time since February that Microsoft patched fewer than 100 CVEs. Leading the pack this month from Microsoft are a TCP/IP-related flaw and a vulnerability in Windows RDP.
Satnam Narang, staff research engineer at Tenable, said the most critical vulnerability released by Microsoft is CVE-2020-16898, a remote code execution vulnerability in the Windows TCP/IP stack. Dubbed “Bad Neighbor” by researchers at McAfee, Narang said the flaw occurs because Windows TCP/IP stack does not properly handle ICMPv6 Router Advertisement packets.
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