Well for the 2nd week in a row Microsoft brings out another update for the Windows 10. Last weeks update was KB3081424 which was focused on performance and functionality, not security. This weeks update was KB3081436, which had almost five dozen of separate vulnerabilities in Windows, Windows Server, Internet Explorer and Office and other products.
For more information on the latest updates click here : www.yahoo.com/tech/microsoft-delivers
Here are a few of critical flaws:
- Vulnerabilities in .NET Framework Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
- Unsafe Command Line Parameter Passing Could Allow Information Disclosure
- Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer
- Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office Could Allow Remote Code Execution
- and more................
Click on the link for more information on the updates and their meanings
This update seems to be one of a series of regular performance and reliability fixes and updates that Microsoft is expected to do.
Microsoft officials said they would fix the issues on the Windows Update for the Store Problems which have prevents Windows 10 users from being able to access the Store, unable to download Windows Store app updates and they are unable to run certain Windows Store apps. Also Microsoft is planning to do cumulative update rollups possibly weekly.
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