Microsoft patches nine critical vulnerabilities in October 2019 Patch Tuesday

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Microsoft patched 59 vulnerabilities in October 2019 Patch Tuesday security updates
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Microsoft patched 59 vulnerabilities in October 2019 Patch Tuesday security updates

In total, 59 vulnerabilities have been fixed in Microsoft's latest slew of security fixes

Microsoft has released its latest batch of 'Patch Tuesday' security updates, fixing 59 vulnerabilities in total. The company claims that, this month, there are no zero-day security flaws requiring ...

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