Monthly Edition of Microsoft Bug Fixes fixes over 60 vulnerabilities in Microsoft's stable products, and 20 other Chromium security bugs in Microsoft Edge .
September Patch Tuesday impacts more than ten products including Azure Open Management Infrastructure, Azure Sphere, Microsoft Office , Microsoft Windows DNS, Visual Studio , BitLocker, Windows Subsystem for Linux ( WSL ), and Moreover.
It is however important to note that the version also fixes the zero-day vulnerability in MSHTML / Internet Explorer browser engine Trident that was exploited in the wild. TechRadar needs you!
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"The Zero Day vulnerability in MSHTML (CVE- 2021-40444) was resolved this month. The original mitigation guidelines released on September 7 can be disabled after you update all Windows operating systems this month, ”said Chris Goettl, vice president of product management for security at Ivanti to TechRadar Pro.
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Scan all fixed vulnerabilities, 27 are privilege escalation vulnerabilities, 16 could allow execution Remote Code, 11 are
Goettl adds that in addition to the MSHTML vulnerability, the update includes a few others that should be noted.
One of these, followed as CVE- 2021-36958, is a print spooler vulnerability that was initially addressed last month, but was updated this month to address some additional concerns identified by researchers beyond the patch. origin.
"The vulnerability has been
The third vulnerability reported by Goettl is the elevation of privilege vulnerability in Windows DNS. Traced as CVE-2021-36968, the vulnerability applies to older Windows operating systems, making it particularly attractive to threat actors.