Microsoft Releases Eight Security Updates, One Critical

Microsoft Releases Eight Security Updates, One Critical

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Brief: Today, Microsoft is releasing the following updates, which includes eight security updates.  One of the updates is rated Critical while seven are rated Important.

 

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KB Article

Description

Rating

MS15-008

3019215

Vulnerability in Windows Kernel-Mode Driver Could Allow Elevation of Privilege

Important

MS15-007

3014029

Vulnerability in Network Policy Server RADIUS Implementation Could Cause Denial of Service

Important

MS15-006

3004365

Vulnerability in Windows Error Reporting Could Allow Security Feature Bypass

Important

MS15-005

3022777

Vulnerability in Network Location Awareness Service Could Allow Security Feature Bypass

Important

MS15-004

3025421

Vulnerability in Windows Components Could Allow Elevation of Privilege

Important

MS15-003

3021674

Vulnerability in Windows User Profile Service Could Allow Elevation of Privilege

Important

MS15-002

3020393

Vulnerability in Windows Telnet Service Could Allow Remote Code Execution

Critical

MS15-001

3023266

Vulnerability in Windows Application Compatibility Cache Could Allow Elevation of Privilege

Important

We'll update the information as more becomes available. Let us know if you experience troubles with your testing.

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