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A 2019 software update has been released today for Microsoft.  In this update a total of 74 vulnerabilities are addressed.  

These security updates are for flaws in Internet Explorer, Edge, Windows OS, MS OFfice, and MS Office Services and Web Apps, ChakraCore, Exchange Server, .NET Framework and ASP.NET, Azure DevOps Server, Skype for Business, Open Enclave SDK, Team Foundation Server, and Visual Studio.

  

 

Patches also released.

Besides the software updates to fix all the many vulnerabilities; Microsoft has also released updates that will patch 13 Critical vulnerabilities.  All of which, lead to remote code execution attacks.

All critical vulnerabilities primarily impact various versions of Windows 10 operating system and Server editions and reside in ChakraCore Scripting Engine, Microsoft XML Core Services, SMB Server, Windows IOleCvt Interface, and Windows Graphics Device Interface (GDI).

Many of the Important-rated vulnerabilities also lead to remote code execution attacks, while others allow elevation of privilege, information disclosure, cross-site scripting (XSS), spoofing and denial of service attacks.

Microsoft users are recommended to get and apply the latest security patches asap, to keep attackers out.  

For installing the latest security updates, you can head on to Settings → Update & Security → Windows Update → Check for updates on your computer, or you can install the updates manually.

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