Microsoft News of the Day – Microsoft Windows News

May 13, 2022

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Microsoft confirms three zero-day security vulnerabilities, … and other critical issues for millions of Windows 10, 11 and Server users.

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Online discussions suggest that a number of businesses are experience issues, specifically those that installed the updates on Windows Servers …

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Windows 10, 11 and Server users are warned that one of these is being exploited in the wild, already under attack in other words.

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The updates will not negatively impact when deployed on client Windows devices and non-domain controller Windows Servers. “After installing updates …

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The flaw affects Windows 7 through 10 and Windows Server 2008 through 2022. Greg Wiseman, product manager for Rapid7, said Microsoft has rated this …

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A fix for an Exchange Server vulnerability, an elevation-of-privilege flaw (CVE-2022-21978) rated important for supported Exchange products.

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The authentication difficulties should not affect client Windows devices or non-domain controller servers, according to Microsoft.

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But the big news is CVE-2022-26925, which impacts Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 11 and all Windows Server versions: As it stands, …

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“CVE-2022-22713 is a denial-of-service vulnerability that affects Hyper-V servers running relatively recent versions of Windows (20H2 and later),” he …

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Moreover, the flaw—which allows an unauthenticated attacker to coerce domain controllers to authenticate to an attacker-controller server using NTLM– …

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