Microsoft February 2016 Patch Tuesday Delivers Unlucky 13 Security Fixes

Microsoft February 2016 Patch Tuesday Delivers Unlucky 13 Security Fixes

In addition to the two cumulative updates for Windows 10 rolling out now over Windows Update, Microsoft is also delivering 13 separate security fixes this month.

Here’s an overview of what you can expect to see:

Bulletin KB Severity Impact Title
MS16-022 3135782 Critical Remote Code Execution Security Update for Adobe Flash Player
MS16-021 3133043 Important Denial of Service Security Update for NPS RADIUS Server to Address Denial of Service 
MS16-020 3134222 Important Denial of Service Security Update for Active Directory Federation Services to Address Denial of Service
MS16-019 3137893 Important Denial of Service Security Update for .NET Framework to Address Denial of Service
MS16-018 3136082 Important Elevation of Privilege Security Update for Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers to Address Elevation of Privilege
MS16-017 3134700 Important Elevation of Privilege Security Update for Remote Desktop Display Driver to Address Elevation of Privilege
MS16-016 3136041 Important Elevation of Privilege Security Update for WebDAV to Address Elevation of Privilege
MS16-015 3134226 Critical Remote Code Execution Security Update for Microsoft Office to Address Remote Code Execution
MS16-014 3134228 Important Remote Code Execution Security Update for Microsoft Windows to Address Remote Code Execution
MS16-013 3134811 Critical Remote Code Execution Security Update for Windows Journal to Address Remote Code Execution
MS16-012 3138938 Critical Remote Code Execution Security Update for Microsoft Windows PDF Library to Address Remote Code Execution
MS16-011 3134225 Critical Remote Code Execution Cumulative Security Update for Microsoft Edge
MS16-009 3134220 Critical Remote Code Execution Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer
         

As always, let us know if you identify any problems with this month’s patches. We’ll be digging deeper into each one, but more eyeballs always help.

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