Microsoft has released a security advisory on Thursday, confirming that all supported releases of Microsoft Windows are vulnerable to the recently documented FREAK (Factoring RSA Export Keys) attack.
The upcoming Windows 10 will offer more authentication options instead of just passwords, Dustin Ingalls, Group Program Manager for Windows Security & Identity, has shared in a blog post.
Among the many vulnerabilities that Microsoft patched on Tuesday is one that can be exploited to bypass all Windows security measures by, curiously enough, modifying a single bit of the Windows operating system.
In this month's Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has released nine security bulletins to address 56 unique vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Server software.
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