Microsoft Exchange could allow a remote malicious user to execute arbitrary code on the system, caused by improper handling of objects in memory. By persuading a victim to open specially-crafted content, an attacker could exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary code on the system with privileges of the victim.
Microsoft has released patches for 129 security bugs in its September Patch Tuesday update. These include 23 critical flaws, 105 that are important in severity and one moderate bug. Fortunately, none are publicly known or under active exploitation, Microsoft said.
The most severe issue in the bunch is CVE-2020-16875, according to researchers. This is a memory-corruption problem in Microsoft Exchange that allows remote code-execution (RCE) just by sending an email to a target. Running arbit...
A nightmare flaw for Exchange Server headlines this month's Patch Tuesday lineup from Microsoft and others.
September sees a bundle of 129 CVE-listed flaws patched by Microsoft. The vast majority of those, 105 in total, are classified as 'important' risks. Another 23 are considered critical bugs, and one is listed as moderate.
None of the bugs have public exploit code or in-the-wild attacks yet.
Of the nearly two-dozen critical patches, Zero Day Initiative's Dustin Childs says ...