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CVE-2021-36965

Published: 15/09/2021 Updated: 15/09/2021

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Windows WLAN AutoConfig Service Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday fixes actively exploited zero‑day and 85 other flaws
welivesecurity • 15 Sep 2021

The arrival of the second Tuesday of the month can only mean one thing in cybersecurity terms, Microsoft is rolling out patches for security vulnerabilities in Windows and its other offerings. This time round Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday brings fixes to no fewer than 86 security loopholes including one that has been both previously disclosed and actively exploited in the wild. Of the grand total, three security flaws received the highest severity rating of “critical”.
Indexed as CVE-2...

Microsoft's end-of-summer software security cleanse crushes more than 80 bugs
The Register • Thomas Claburn in San Francisco • 15 Sep 2021

Get our weekly newsletter Azure agent in Linux guests fixed, MSHTML exploit tackled, and much more – Plus: Adobe and SAP issue updates

Patch Tuesday For its September Patch Tuesday, Microsoft churned out fixes for 66 vulnerabilities alongside 20 Chromium security bugs in Microsoft Edge.
Affected products include: Azure, Edge (Android, Chromium, and iOS), Office, SharePoint Server, Windows, Windows DNS, and the Windows Subsystem for Linux.
Of these CVEs, three are rated critical, one is rated moderate, and the remainder are considered important.
One of the already publicly disclosed CVEs resolves a critical zer...

Microsoft's end-of-summer software security cleanse crushes more than 80 bugs
The Register • Thomas Claburn in San Francisco • 15 Sep 2021

Get our weekly newsletter Patch Tuesday fiesta also sees Adobe and SAP tidying up

Patch Tuesday For its September Patch Tuesday, Microsoft churned out fixes for 66 vulnerabilities, alongside 20 Chromium bugs in Microsoft Edge.
Affected products include: Azure, Edge (Android, Chromium, and iOS), Office, SharePoint Server, Windows, Windows DNS, and the Windows Subsystem for Linux.
Of these CVEs, three are rated critical, one is rated moderate, and the remainder are considered important.
One of the publicly disclosed CVEs, dating back to September 7, resolves a...

Microsoft Patches Actively Exploited Windows Zero-Day Bug
Threatpost • Lisa Vaas • 14 Sep 2021

In September’s Patch Tuesday crop of security fixes, Microsoft released patches for 66 CVEs, three of which are rated critical, and one of which – the Windows MSHTML zero-day – has been under active attack for nearly two weeks.
One other bug is listed as publicly known but isn’t (yet) being exploited. Immersive Labs’ Kevin Breen, director of cyber threat research, observed that with only one CVE under active attack in the wild, it’s “quite a light Patch Tuesday” – at leas...