Microsoft has released the August 2021 Security updates that includes patches for 49 vulnerabilities, 7 of those rated Critical. The updates also include fixes for 3 zero-day bugs exploited in the wild.
Microsoft has released the July 2021 Security updates that includes patches for 117 vulnerabilities, 13 of those rated Critical. The updates also include fixes for 3 zero-day bugs exploited in the wild.
Microsoft has released the June 2021 Security updates that includes patches for 50 vulnerabilities, 5 of those rated Critical. The updates also include fixes for 6 zero-day flaws exploited in the wild.
Microsoft has released two emergency out-of-band Windows Codecs Library patches for multiple Windows 10 and Windows Server versions. The release comes nearly two weeks before the next ‘Patch Tuesday’ updates scheduled for July 14.
Microsoft has released an out-of-band patch to fix a Windows 10 spatial data service vulnerability. An attacker could exploit the vulnerability to overwrite or modify a protected file leading to privilege escalation.
Microsoft issued a new security advisory for Intel microcode updates for Windows 10 versions 1903 and 1909. The updates also address a known vulnerability behind a Zombieload attack. In addition, a targeted update for Windows Server 2019 version 1903 was also available.
Are you still running Windows 7? If you are, here is another reason to upgrade to Windows 10 as soon as possible. Microsoft will officially end support for Windows 7 on January 14, 2020.
Security researchers at Google have disclosed zero-day vulnerabilities that impact Chrome and Windows 7 OS. Google has provided a patch for Chrome, but no update is yet available for Windows 7.
A Universal Windows Platform (UWP) vulnerability was quietly fixed in the Microsoft October 2018 patch update.
Google Project Zero researcher Tavis Ormandy discovered a password manager dubbed “Keeper” that comes pre-installed by default with a vulnerability in new Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Version 1607).