Microsoft patches 113 vulnerabilities, including three zero-days, in April 2020 Patch Tuesday update

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Microsoft patches 113 vulnerabilities, including three zero-days, in April 2020 Patch Tuesday update
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Microsoft patches 113 vulnerabilities, including three zero-days, in April 2020 Patch Tuesday update

Two of the three zero-days were disclosed by Microsoft last month

Microsoft has released its April 2020 Patch Tuesday update, addressing a total of 113 security vulnerabilities across 11 products and platforms. Of the 113 security flaws fixed this month, 19 are rated...

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