Update Now - Microsoft Releases Patches for 3 Actively Exploited Windows Vulnerabilities


Microsoft published security patches on Tuesday to fix 75 bugs across its product line, three of which are now being actively exploited in the wild.The fixes come on top of the 22 bugs that the Windows manufacturer corrected in its Edge browser, which is based on Chromium, during the last month. Nine of the 75 vulnerabilities are classified as Critical, while 66 are classified as Important. Remote code execution (RCE) vulnerabilities are present in 37 of the 75 problems.By using social engineering to persuade a victim to download and open a specially constructed file from a website that might result in a local attack on the target machine, an authenticated attacker could exploit the vulnerability.

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