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Microsoft Security Update Releases Issued: July 11, 2017

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Title: Microsoft Security Update Releases

Issued: July 11, 2017

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Summary

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The following CVEs and Microsoft security bulletins have undergone a major revision increment.

 

 

* CVE-2016-3305

* CVE-2017-0292

* CVE-2017-8543

* MS16-111

* MS16-SEP

 

CVE Revision Information:

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CVE-2016-3305

 

 – Title: CVE-2016-3305 | Windows Session Object Elevation of

   Privilege Vulnerability

 – https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/security-guidance

 – Reason for Revision: Revised the Affected Products table to

   include 10 Version 1703 for 32-bit Systems and Windows 10 Version

   1703 for x64-based Systems because they are affected by

   CVE-2016-3305. Microsoft recommends that customers running Windows

   10 Version 1703 should install update 4025342 to be protected from

   this vulnerability.

 – Originally posted: September 13, 2016 

 – CVE Severity Rating: Important

 – Version: 2.0

 

CVE-2017-0292

 

 – Title: CVE-2017-0292 | Windows PDF Remote Code Execution

   Vulnerability

 – https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/security-guidance

 – Reason for Revision: To address a known issue customers

   may have experienced when rendering PDF files, Microsoft

   has released an update with the July security and monthly

   rollup updates. Microsoft recommends that customers who

   have experienced this known issue should install the July

   security or monthly rollup updates.

 – Originally posted: June 13, 2017

 – Updated: June 13, 2017

 – CVE Severity Rating: Critical

 – Version: 5.0

 

CVE-2017-8543

 

 – CVE-2017-8543 | Windows Search Remote Code Execution

   Vulnerability

 – https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/security-guidance

 – Reason for Revision: To more comprehensively address

   CVE-2017-8543, Microsoft is releasing security update 4025339

   for affected editions of Windows 10 Version 1607 and security

   update 4025342 for affected editions of Windows 10 Version 1703.

   Microsoft recommends that customers running these versions of

   Windows 10 install the updates to be protected from this

   vulnerability.

 – Originally posted: June 13, 2017 

 – Updated: July 11, 2017

 – CVE Severity Rating: Critical

 – Version: 5.0

 

 

 Microsoft Becurity Bulletin Revision Information:

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MS16-111

 

 – Title: Security Update for Windows Kernel (3186973)

 – https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/ms16-111

 – Reason for Revision: Revised the Windows Affected Software

   and Vulnerability Severity Ratings  table to include 10 Version

   1703 for 32-bit Systems and Windows 10 Version 1703 for x64-based

   Systems because they are affected by CVE-2016-3305. Microsoft

   recommends that customers running Windows 10 Version 1703 should

   install update 4025342 to be protected from this vulnerability.

 – Originally posted: September 13, 2016 

 – CVE Severity Rating: Important

 – Version: 2.0

 

MS16-SEP

 

 – Title: Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for September 2016

 – https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/ms16-SEP

 – Reason for Revision: For MS16-111, added Windows 10 Version

   1703 for 32-bit Systems and Windows 10 Version 1703 for

   x64-based Systems to the Affected Software table because

   they are affected by CVE-2016-3305. Microsoft recommends that

   customers running Windows 10 Version 1703 should install

   update 4025342 to be protected from this vulnerability.

 – Originally posted: September 13, 2016 

 – CVE Severity Rating: N/A

 – Version: 2.0

 

 

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