Microsoft released twelve patches fixing over 50 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Active Directory Service, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows Journal, Microsoft Office, Windows Media Center, .NET Framework, Windows Task Management, Microsoft Exchange Server, Skype for Business Server and Lync Server, and Windows Hyper-V.
An arbitrary code execution in the JetAudio Basic (v8.1.3) and JetVideo media players for Windows allows potential attackers to craft a malicious .asf file that could compromise a userís PC, warns Bitdefender.
In this month's Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has released 14 bulletins and patches addressing a bucketload of vulnerabilities in a number of its products, including its new browser Edge.
Yesterday at Black Hat USA 2015, researchers from UK-based Context Information Security demonstrated how Windows Update can be abused for internal attacks on corporate networks by exploiting insecurely configured enterprise implementations of Windows Server Update Services (WSUS).
So, you have decided to switch to Windows 10, but you heard that the new OS is a veritable vacuum for user data, which it sends back to Microsoft.
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