Microsoft has released February Patch Tuesday security updates, addressing total 101 vulnerabilities in the family of Windows operating systems and related products. Out of these, 13 are classified as Critical and 88 as Important which includes Office Services and Web Apps, Internet Explorer, Edge, Microsoft Exchange Server, Malicious Software Removal Tool, and Surface Hub. The […]

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With just a week gone by after the Patch Tuesday, an anonymous researcher identified as SandboxEscaper found this to be the apt time to promulgate an exploit in Windows systems. This simple, yet efficient exploit could elevate privileges on a machine to allow modification of certain restricted files which are accessible only with administrator privileges. […]

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While we all breathed a sigh of relief after patching our systems against the two zero-days reported in the April Patch Tuesday, news broke out that one of them was actively exploited in the wild and could allow an attacker to completely compromise your system. This is another case of win32k.sys in jeopardy. This vulnerability, […]

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