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Microsoft Security Update Releases Issued: October 17, 2018

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Title: Microsoft Security Update Releases

Issued: October 17, 2018

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Summary

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The following CVEs have undergone a major revision increment:

 

* CVE-2010-3190

 

 Revision Information:

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 – CVE-2010-3190 | MFC Insecure Library Loading Vulnerability

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

 – Reason for Revision: Microsoft is announcing the release of

   Cumulative Update 11 for Exchange Server 2016 (KB4134118). This

   update fully resolves the issue identified in CVE-2010-3190 for

   Exchange Server 2016.

 – Originally posted: October 9, 2018

 – Updated: October 17, 2018

 – Aggregate CVE Severity Rating: Important

 – Version: 2.0

 

 

* CVE-2018-8527

* CVE-2018-8532

* CVE-2018-8533

 

Revision Information:

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 – SQL Server Management Studio Information Disclosure

   Vulnerability

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

 – Reason for Revision: The following updates have been made:

   The following updates have been made: 1. In the Security Updates

   table, removed SQL Server Management Studio 18.0 (Preview 4)

   because it is not affected by this vulnerability. 2. Removed the

   links for SSMS 17.9 because this vulnerability is mitigated by

   changing settings. 3. Added an FAQ to explain how customers

   running any version of SSMS can protect themselves from this

   vulnerability. 4. Added a workaround to describe how customers

   can protect themselves from this vulnerability if they are unable

   to clean-install SSMS 17.9.

 – Originally posted: October 9, 2018

 – Updated: October 17, 2018

 – Aggregate CVE Severity Rating: Important

 – Version: 2.0

 

 

 

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