Microsoft recently identified a new critical security vulnerability in its Internet Explorer (IE) web browser. Microsoft has confirmed that the vulnerability is being targeted and exploited in the wild, so it is critical that IE users are aware of the issue and how to mitigate it. This vulnerability (CVE-2020-0674) can be exploited by an attacker hosting a crafted website, and grants access to the system with the same privileges as the current user.
“Patch Tuesday” is the day when Microsoft typically announces and releases all of the security updates for their software products. While every Patch Tuesday can be impactful from a workload standpoint, some announcements from Microsoft carry more weight than others. On Tuesday, January 14th, 2020, we saw another example of that.
A new security vulnerability was discovered in the popular web browser, Firefox. If exploited, the vulnerability would allow an attacker to take control of a user’s operating system – allowing full access to the victim’s computer.
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