Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday entry for March feature 18 critical security updates, out of 64 overall, all of which can lead to remote code execution if exploited and two of which are active in the wild.

As usual the security patches cover a wide range of Microsoft products, with Edge having more than usual.

“Our guidance for this month is to get the Windows OS and IE updates applied as a top priority and make sure your Google Chrome update from last week is also applied as soon as possible. This will plug the three zero-day CVEs regarding the Win32k.sys Elevation of Privilege vulnerabilities being exploited in the wild and plug two of the publicly disclosed vulnerabilities,” Chris Goettl, director of product management, security, for Ivanti.

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