Posts Tagged 'Microsoft'
Updated. Update on July 20th: As an adjunction, Microsoft released an out-of-band patch on July 20th. They only release out-of-band patches for the most critical security bugs, so this one is very important. Application Control with Memory Protection against remote code execution helps in protecting against this attack. Hello everyone, This is Greg Blaum again […]
Hello everyone, This is Greg Blaum again with the Microsoft Patch Tuesday newsletter for April 2015. The month Microsoft released a total of eleven (11) security bulletins. For this month, four (4) of these are rated Critical, which Microsoft terms as a vulnerability whose exploitation could allow code to execute without any user interaction. These […]
On April 26, Microsoft released Security Advisory 2963983 for Microsoft Internet Explorer. In-the-wild exploitation of this vulnerability has been observed across limited, targeted attacks. The flaw is specific to a use-after-free vulnerability in VGX.DLL (memory corruption). Successful exploitation can give an attacker the ability to run arbitrary code (via remote code execution). The flaw affects […]
Hello Everyone, For April’s edition of Patch Tuesday, we are presenting the final patches for the beloved Windows XP. Those of you still running Windows XP systems in your environment are highly recommended to speak with your McAfee sales team about Application Control. Application Control can provide your EOL systems protection against an unpatched vulnerability. […]
On March 24, Microsoft released Security Advisory 2953095 for Microsoft Word. In-the-wild exploitation of this vulnerability has been observed across limited, targeted attacks. The flaw is a memory-corruption vulnerability that can be invoked when parsing specially crafted RTF files or data. Successful exploitation can give an attacker the ability to run arbitrary code (via remote […]