Microsoft Patches Several Vulnerabilities in Windows

Vulnerabilities in Windows

Microsoft has recently announced that its November 2020 patch has addressed over 110 vulnerabilities. This includes a critical Windows issue – which Google Project Zero disclosed after it was found to be exploited in cyber-attacks.

The Windows vulnerability has been tracked as CVE-2020-17087. It is a local privilege escalation flaw and associated with the Windows Kernel Cryptography Driver.

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The important-rated vulnerabilities have been impacting Windows, Azure Sphere, Dynamics 365, browsers, Office, Visual Studio, SharePoint, and more. They can be exploited for DoS attacks, spoofing attacks, privilege escalation for obtaining data.

Source: securityweek