Two months after the alarm sounded warning of a WannaCry-level event, progress in patching exposed Windows systems varies by country and industry.
In total, 88 unique vulnerabilities were patched as part of Microsoft’s June Patch Tuesday security bulletin.
0patch has released an interim micropatch for the dangerous LPE bug while we wait for Microsoft’s official patch.
As promised, developer SandboxEscaper has dropped exploit code for four more bugs, on the heels of releasing a Windows zero-day yesterday.
A glitch in Microsoft’s Windows 10 update is causing systems to freeze after users tried to use the System Reboot function. Luckily, workarounds exist.
Adobe has issued patches for 87 vulnerabilities on Patch Tuesday – the bulk of which exist in Adobe’s Acrobat and Reader product.
MacOS users, as well as Windows, are in the cross-hairs, especially those based in South Korea.
0patch released the fix for the remote code execution vulnerability in Windows, which has a CVSS score of 7.8.
Adobe issues patch for a Flash Player vulnerability that could lead to an arbitrary code execution on targeted systems.
The unpatched flaw allows an attacker to delete any kind of file on a victim machine, including system data.