Published: 11/01/2022 Updated: 12/01/2022

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Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol Remote Code Execution Vulnerability.

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Widespread, Easily Exploitable Windows RDP Bug Opens Users to Data Theft
Threatpost • Lisa Vaas • 12 Jan 2022

Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) pipes have a security bug that could allow any standard, unprivileged Joe-Schmoe user to access other connected users’ machines. If exploited, it could lead to data-privacy issues, lateral movement and privilege escalation, researchers warned.
Insider attackers could, for instance, view and modify other people’s clipboard data or impersonate other logged-in users using smart cards.
The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2022-21893, wasn’t ballyhooed ami...

Microsoft starts 2022 with big bundle fixes for 96 security bugs in its software
The Register • Thomas Claburn in San Francisco • 12 Jan 2022

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Patch Tuesday The new year brings the same old chore of shoring up Microsoft software. For its first Patch Tuesday of 2022, Redmond has bestowed 96 new CVEs affecting its Windows products.
If you include 24 Chromium CVEs published earlier this month and now addressed in Microsoft's Edge browser, in addition to two CVEs in open source projects (Curl and Libarchive), you get 122 fixes that need to be applied.
Affected systems include: Windows and associated components, Edge, Exchange S...