Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Microsoft Patches 53 Vulnerabilities In Windows, IE And Office

During the November Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has 53 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Office and several other products poem, including four zero-day vulnerabilities. The total contribution amounts to four twelve security updates, which are labeled as critical.

Critical updates address vulnerabilities that could allow an attacker to run arbitrary code on the computer can perform, without much user interaction. These four are updates for Internet Explorer, Edge and Microsoft Windows. There are also updates for Office, Lync, Skype for Business and .NET Framework appeared. Most leaks are fixed in Internet Explorer, namely 25.

In the case of the four zero-day vulnerabilities were those found in Windows and Office. It involved vulnerabilities that had already been announced for the release of the patches. According to Microsoft, there are no indications that the vulnerability for the appearance of the updates are attacked. An overview of all published Security Bulletins on this page to find. Updating via the Automatic Update feature, which is enabled on most Windows computers.

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