Twelve of them are listed as ‘Critical’

Microsoft has released its October 2020 Patch Tuesday update, addressing
a total of 87 security vulnerabilities across 12 products.

Of the 87 security bugs fixed this month, 12 are listed as ‘critical’,
meaning that malicious actors can exploit them to gain full control over
a vulnerable system with little or no help from users.

Seventy-four vulnerabilities are classified as ‘important’, while one is
‘moderate’ in severity.

The October 2020 security release covers a wide range of software,
including Microsoft Windows, Visual Studio, Microsoft Exchange Server,
Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft JET Database Engine, Microsoft Office and
Microsoft Office Services and Web Apps, Open Source Software, Azure
Functions, Microsoft .NET Framework, PowerShellGet, Adobe Flash Player
and Microsoft Windows Codecs Library. …

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