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January Patch Tuesday: Microsoft patches 7 critical vulnerabilities

Microsoft kicked off 2019 with a light Patch Tuesday listing 47 vulnerabilities with seven rated as critical. The seven critical issues all could lead to remote code execution and primarily impact Microsoft Edge, various versions of Windows 10 and Server and Chakra Core. The other overriding vulnerability, CVE-2018-8653, was patched by Microsoft in December, but…
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Patch Tuesday: Microsoft patches 17 critical issues, ALPC vulnerability

Microsoft released security patches for a slew of products today covering 61 vulnerabilities with 17 being rated critical focusing mainly on browsers, Windows and Office and it patched the ALPC zero-day that was reported last month. All of the critical issues can lead to remote code execution if exploited, but the ALPC patch is probably…
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September Patch Tuesday: Adobe patches seven critical vulnerabilities

Adobe’s September Patch Tuesday offering included a security update fixing an important rated update to Flash Player, along with a total of nine fixes for Cold Fusion six of which were rated critical. The Flash Player issue, CVE-2018-15967, fixes a privilege escalation vulnerability that if exploite could lead to information disclosure, Adobe reported. It impacts…
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Spectre variant 4 fix included in Microsoft Patch Tuesday rollout

Microsoft’s June 2018 Patch Tuesday cumulative rollout for Windows 10 contains a mitigation for the fourth Spectre variant known as known as Speculative Store Bypass (CVE-2018-3639). Other patches fix issues ranging from display brightness controls to adding support for the SameSite cookie web standard to Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer. Microsoft Windows support said the…
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