April’s Patch Tuesday Brings Record Number of Fixes

Credit to Author: BrianKrebs| Date: Tue, 09 Apr 2024 20:28:17 +0000

If only Patch Tuesdays came around infrequently — like total solar eclipse rare — instead of just creeping up on us each month like The Man in the Moon. Although to be fair, it would be tough for Microsoft to eclipse the number of vulnerabilities fixed in this month’s patch batch — a record 147 flaws in Windows and related software.

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Patch now! September Microsoft Patch Tuesday includes two actively exploited zero-days

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Microsoft’s September 2023 Patch Tuesday is another important one. It patches two vulnerabilities which are known to be actively exploited.

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Super FabriXss: an RCE vulnerability in Azure Service Fabric Explorer

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Tags: CVE-2023-23383

Researchers disclosed how they found a remote code execution vulnerability in Azure Service Fabric Explorer.

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“BingBang” flaw enabled altering of Bing search results, account takeover

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We take a look at the BingBang flaw which allowed for search engine manipulation in Bing.

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2022 in review: DDoS attack trends and insights

Credit to Author: Microsoft Security Threat Intelligence| Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2023 18:00:00 +0000

With DDoS attacks becoming more frequent, sophisticated, and inexpensive to launch, it’s important for organizations of all sizes to be proactive and stay protected. In this blog, we detail trends and insights into DDoS attacks we observed and mitigated throughout 2022.

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