Microsoft to release 14 security patches tomorrow, 3 Critical

/ 7 years ago


Tomorrow, Tuesday the 13th of December, Microsoft has a planned security update set to fix up to 20 vulnerabilities known to occur in programs such as the Windows OS, Office, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Publisher, and Windows Media Player. Of the 14 patches Microsoft has rated 3 of them as ‘Critical’ and these ones target bugs and security vulnerabilities which could lead to remote code execution while the other 11 are rated ‘Important’ and are set to plug in holes that can result in remote code execution and privilege elevation. Microsoft isn’t releasing any specifics, as you might expect if millions of people are running these programs currently in an unprotected state but we will know more tomorrow as the update and patch notes are released.

Source: Microsoft Security Response Center


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