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Patch Tuesday

Patch Tuesday – June 2021

by Russell Smith

This month Microsoft patches 7 zero-day flaws in Windows, 6 of which are being exploited in the wild. And there are also important updates for SharePoint Server, Microsoft Office, and Adobe Acrobat and Reader. Windows and Windows Server If you haven't already started testing and deploying June's updates for Windows and Windows Server, then it's… Read More

Patch Tuesday – April 2021

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This month Microsoft releases critical patches for on-premises Exchange Server, a fix for the AD Kerberos KDC flaw, and plugs a zero-day elevation of privilege bug in Windows 10. Windows and Windows Server This month Microsoft patched an elevation of privilege bug (CVE-2021-28310) in Windows that is already been exploited in the wild. The patch… Read More

Patch Tuesday – March 2021

by Russell Smith

Microsoft released patches to fix 82 security bugs in Windows and other software this month. There are critical bugs in IE, Exchange Server, and Windows Server DNS. Windows and Windows Server Windows gets two patches for critical remote code execution (RCE) flaws. CVE-2021-26876 is a vulnerability in OpenType font parsing and CVE-2021-26867 is a flaw… Read More

Patch Tuesday – October 2020

by Russell Smith

This month Microsoft patches a serious remote code execution (RCE) in Windows that could be easily wormable and Outlook gets a patch for a bug that could let an attacker run arbitrary code on affected systems. And after a break of a few months, Adobe releases a security update for Flash Player.

Patch Tuesday – April 2020

by Russell Smith

This month Microsoft patches three Windows 10 zero-days, including a patch for two RCE flaws discovered last month in the Windows Adobe Type Manager Library. There are also important updates for vulnerabilities in the OneDrive desktop app for Windows, the DNS client service, and in the way that Windows handles token relationships.

Patch Tuesday – March 2020

by Russell Smith

The biggest Patch Tuesday in the company's history, this month Microsoft fixes 115 bugs. There's also a security advisory for a critical bug in SMBv3 and a patch for a flaw in the way Windows parses .LNK files. The bug could let an attacker run code regardless of whether a user opens the infected file.

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