Microsoft’s June Patch Tuesday release covered 88 CVE, including 22 rated as critical and four that covered previously announced zero-day vulnerabilities.
The zero-day issues, all are elevation of privilege issues, were tagged as top priority patches of the month by several cybersecurity executives, although the good news is none of the zero days, or other vulnerabilities, were found to be in the wild. These are:
- CVE-2019-1069 affects Windows Task Scheduler which could affecting Windows 10, Server 2016 and later versions.
- CVE-2019-1064 is in Windows affecting Windows 10, Server 2016 and later.
- CVE-2019-1053 is a vulnerability in Windows Shell and affects all currently supported Windows operating systems.
- CVE-2019-0973 is a vulnerability in Windows Installer.
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