Patches include one for a zero-day flaw disclosed by Google’s researchers
last month

Microsoft on Tuesday released its monthly roll-up of security patches,
addressing a total of 112 vulnerabilities across a suite of
products/platforms.

Of the 112 security flaws fixed this month, 17 are listed as ‘critical’,
93 are ‘important’, while two are ‘low’ in severity.

This month’s security update also includes a patch for a Windows zero-day
bug which was disclosed by Google’s researchers last month, with the
claim that it was actively being exploited by cyber actors.

The bug, tracked as CVE-2020-17087, affects Windows Server, Windows
10/RT/8.1/7 and arises due to overflow issue in a Windows component that
is used for cryptographic functions. …



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