Patch Tuesday: October Update Includes Sleeper Vulnerability

Patch Tuesday: October Update Includes Sleeper Vulnerability Microsoft released 59 updates for its monthly Patch Tuesday Update. Beware of a sleeper vulnerability and a patch that is being weaponized. Microsoft’s October 2019 Patch Tuesday Fixes 59 Vulnerabilities Microsoft has released 59 updates for its monthly Patch Tuesday Update, much less than September’s release of 80 updates. However,…

Microsoft Releases Out-of-Band Security Updates

Microsoft Releases Out-of-Band Security Updates Microsoft’s out-of-band security updates address two vulnerabilities, including a zero-day vulnerability in the Internet Explorer (IE) scripting engine. Microsoft Urges Users to Install Emergency Patches Microsoft released an emergency set of cumulative updates for Windows 10 devices running the May 2019 update (Windows 10 version 1903) and earlier. The out-of-band…

Patch Tuesday: Massive September Updates

Patch Tuesday: Massive September Updates Patch Tuesday is officially here. Microsoft has published 80 security fixes, but which patches should you prioritize this month? September Patch Tuesday Release Microsoft have released 80 patches today covering IE, Edge, ChakraCore, Windows and Office. There are 17 rated Critical and 62 Important with only 1 rated Moderate. Urgent: Public and Exploited There are a total of…

August Third-Party Patches and Security Updates

August Third-Party Patches & Security Updates Explore the latest third-party and security updates and find out which patches should be prioritized this month to protect your environment. Which third-party patches should you prioritize? VideoLAN has released an update this week to resolve two high-risk vulnerabilities in the VLC media player application. The discovered vulnerabilities allow…

20-Year-Old Unpatched Flaw and Critical Vulnerabilities Revealed

20-Year-Old Unpatched Flaw and Critical Vulnerabilities Revealed Microsoft is warning all Windows users to update their operating systems immediately because of multiple wormable vulnerabilities, as well as a 20-year-old bug in the older operating systems. Unlike BlueKeep, which affected only the older and unsupported Windows operating systems, the bugs recently disclosed in Microsoft’s August 2019…