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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#955 Microsoft June patch Tuesday fixes 44 vulnerabilities
Microsoft pushed out 16 bulletins on Tuesday addressing 44 different vulnerabilities in its software, including Windows, Exchange Server, Office, Edge, and Internet Explorer.

Five of the bulletins have been branded critical because each vulnerability associated with them could be used to carry out remote code execution; the remaining 11 are marked important.

According to experts, one of the more concerning critical fixes involves a use after free vulnerability that affects Microsoft Windows DNS server for Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2. If an attacker sent a specially crafted request to a DNS server, they could convince it to run arbitrary code, Microsoft’s advisory warns.
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