Microsoft News of the Day – Microsoft Windows News

November 24, 2021

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A Windows zero-day lets anyone gain administrator privileges on Windows 10, 11, and Server. Read more about the vulnerability here.

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Patching Windows Server without needing to reboot is a handy feature – but it's only available on Azure. Trampolines and Retpoline: Applying patches …

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A failed November Patch Tuesday fix could leave millions of Windows 10, Windows 11 and Windows Server users at risk of system takeover.

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Flaw works across virtually all Windows releases, including the latest Windows 11 and Server 2022, claims researcher.

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And Microsoft has struggled to get x64 app emulation to work on Arm PCs, limiting their appeal. On the server front, things seem a bit more promising.

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A researcher publicly disclosed a zero-day local privilege elevation vulnerability in Windows 11, Windows 10, and Windows Server.

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… an end user account would still be able to exploit it and gain administrator rights on even fully-patched Windows and Windows Server machines.

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A recent update to Microsoft Edge adds support for several new features, … IT Admins using Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) to update …

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Malware now trying to exploit new Windows Installer zero-day … Windows releases, including Windows 10, Windows 11, and Windows Server 2022.

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… privileges on Windows almost every day, and today is no exception. … to a system running Windows 10, Windows 11, and Windows Server 2022.

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