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Microsoft Patch Tuesday – November 2023

This month, Microsoft released patches addressing 78 CVEs, including 3 zero-days + 2 publicly disclosed and 3 criticals. Let’s briefly review them! CVE-2023-36025 – Windows SmartScreen Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability The first zero-day looks more like a bypass than a privilege escalation. An attacker can bypass Windows Defender SmartScreen checks and other prompts. This bug

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday – October 2023

For October, Microsoft released patches for 103 CVEs, including 3 zero-days and 13 criticals. Let’s briefly review them! CVE-2023-44487 – HTTP/2 Rapid Reset Attack The first zero-day was reported as being under active attack across Google systems in August 2023, but Microsoft released a patch for their products right now. This vulnerability allows attackers to

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday – September 2023

This month the Patching Tuesday brings us 59 new CVEs including 2 zero-days and 5 criticals. Look like a common month? Let’s check! CVE-2023-36761 – Microsoft Word Information Disclosure Vulnerability This critical bug in Word comes first. Microsoft classified that as an information disclosure vulnerability, but… this one allows the disclosure of NTLM hashes, presumably

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday – June 2023

Today’s Patch Tuesday brings us 69 new CVEs which contain 6 criticals. Not that bad, so let’s briefly review them! CVE-2023-29363 / CVE-2023-32014 / CVE-2023-32015 – Windows Pragmatic General Multicast (PGM) Remote Code Execution Vulnerability We’re starting hard. 3 vulnerabilities in Windows Pragmatic General Multicast with CVSS = 9.8. They allow a remote, unauthenticated attacker

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday – March 2023

Today’s Patch Tuesday brings us 74 new CVEs which contain 2 zero-days and 8 criticals. Let’s briefly review them! CVE-2023-23397 – Microsoft Outlook Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability The first zero-day should be treated seriously. This bug allows a remote, unauthenticated attacker to access a user’s Net-NTLMv2 hash by sending a specially crafted e-mail which triggers

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