Microsoft September 2020 Patch Tuesday security updates address 129 vulnerabilities in Microsoft products across 15 products (Microsoft Windows, Edge (EdgeHTML-based and Chromium-based), ChakraCore, Internet Explorer (IE), SQL Server, Office and Office Services and Web Apps, Microsoft Dynamics, Visual Studio, Exchange Server, ASP.NET, OneDrive, and Azure DevOps).
23 vulnerabilities are classified as Critical, and 105 are classified as Important, and one 1 as moderate, none of the addressed issues is a zero-day flaw.
Some of the most severe flaws are:
None of the vulnerabilities addressed by Microsoft under active attack at the time of release.
The full list of vulnerabilities addressed by the September 2020 Patch Tuesday Security Updates is available here.
(SecurityAffairs – hacking, Microsoft September 2020 Patch Tuesday)
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