Vulnerabilities affecting Microsoft software are all around us.
The company has been working on a system that would detect them and take action to address them.
As a result, it has been hard to find any vulnerabilities that affect Windows 10 in this year’s OS update, which came out just a few days ago.
But, a quick scan on the Microsoft Security Bulletin reveals several vulnerabilities that are particularly easy to find and exploit.
Vulnerabilities like this one are also present in the OS and are easy to exploit.
They were reported in the security bulletin for Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, Windows 10 Home, and Windows Server 2017.
These vulnerabilities, which are in the form of CVE-2017-1165, allow an attacker to inject arbitrary code via a specially crafted memory segment during a process or an application, according to the Microsoft security bulletin.
Affected Versions of Microsoft Windows 10 As mentioned above, CVE 2017-1901 and CVE_2017-1959 were patched this month. Microsoft announced the fix for CVE 2017-1905, which was found in the Security Bulletin for Windows 10.
“This vulnerability may allow an attacker who has successfully exploited a vulnerable application to execute arbitrary code in the context of the user account running that vulnerable program.
For example, the attacker may cause a user to execute arbitrary command, including as an argument to an HTTP request or POST request, or as an argument of a crafted web form or input method, via a crafted application, or through a remote code execution vulnerability,” the security advisory reads.
This vulnerability was also reported in the CVE-2017 1908 and CVE-2016 1917 security bulletin.
The security advisory also states that these vulnerabilities were patched in Windows Server 2019 and Windows 10 10.
The two vulnerabilities were reported in Windows Update KB2960366, the Microsoft security advisory bulletin for Windows Update.
According to The Daily Dot, Windows 10 Security Update KB3068002 and Windows Update KB3111219 were released on March 31, 2018, and March 31, 2019, respectively.
There are two critical flaws in these versions of Windows.
CVE 2017-1879 and CVSS v2.0.1 are not yet patched in Windows security updates.
So, we will see more of these vulnerabilities found in Microsoft security bullets as the month goes on.