Sixteen fixes for browsers should be prioritized.
Microsoft released 53 security patches for July, including 18 listed as Critical, 33 as Important, one rated as Moderate, and one considered Low in priority. According to researchers at SANS, three of these vulnerabilities have already been disclosed, but no exploits have been seen yet. The releases impact Internet Explorer (IE), Edge, ChakraCore, Windows, .NET Framework, ASP.NET, PowerShell, Visual Studio, and Microsoft Office and Office Services.
Here are highlights from this month’s release with the information you need to prioritize your patching efforts.
16 Browser Vulnerabilities
Of the more pressing concerns this month, Qualys director of product management, Jimmy Graham says admins should focus on the 16 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) covering browsers.