Microsoft's Patch Tuesday fixes five zero-days

Plus three Critical flaws

John Leonard
clock • 2 min read
Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday fixes five zero-days
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Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday fixes five zero-days

Microsoft has released its November 2023 Patch Tuesday updates, addressing 58 vulnerabilities in its products.

Out of these, only three received a "Critical" severity rating. However, three zero-days that are being actively exploited in attacks have been addressed. Among the most concerning issues in the...

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