Just six security bulletins this month, but three of them are rated critical – and for good reason. One of the critical updates covers Jscript and VBScript while the other addresses remote execution in the Windows Shell. These are particularly important to patch since the Windows scripting components can be used to do some damaging stuff.
Internet Explorer, of course, gets yet another cumulative update, while Microsoft Edge gets its second in two months – ensuring that eventually Edge may steal away the monthly crown from Internet Explorer for security exposure.
We’ll be digging deeper into what’s included, but for now, here’s what will be available today.
|MS15-111||3096447||Security Update for Windows Kernel to Address Elevation of Privilege||Important|
|MS15-110||3096440||Security Updates for Microsoft Office to Address Remote Code Execution||Important|
|MS15-109||3096443||Security Update for Windows Shell to Address Remote Code Execution||Critical|
|MS15-108||3089659||Security Update for JScript and VBScript to Address Remote Code Execution||Critical|
|MS15-107||3096448||Cumulative Security Update for Microsoft Edge||Important|
|MS15-106||3096441||Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer||Critical|