Microsoft September Patch Tuesday fixes zero-day attack vector and 63 other flaws

Microsoft came with September's Patch Tuesday and fixed one vulnerability and a total of 63 flaws. Five of the 63 vulnerabilities were marked as critical as they allowed remote code to be executed which is one of the most severe vulnerabilities.

Here's a brief breakdown of the issues addressed

  • 18 Elevation of Privilege Vulnerabilities
  • 1 Security Feature Bypass Vulnerabilities
  • 30 Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities
  • 7 Information Disclosure Vulnerabilities
  • 7 Denial of Service Vulnerabilities
  • 16 Edge - Chromium Vulnerabilities

This does not include the 16 vulnerabilities fixed in Edge before Patch Tuesday. You can check the release notes for more information.

(via BleepingComputer)

 

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