This one is a monster.
Microsoft has lined up for Windows users this coming Patch Tuesday a staggering 17 security bulletins (nine of which have been given Microsoft’s highest severity rating of “critical”), addressing 64 security vulnerabilities.
Software including bugs which are said to be fixed by the patches include Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, Visual Studio and .NET Framework.
One of the vulnerabilities reportedly fixed will be the MHTML rendering flaw that was discovered earlier this year. Internet Explorer was one the products found to be at risk from the zero-day vulnerability that could allow maliciously crafted webpages to execute code in any…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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