Posts by Adam Bunn

5 min Vulnerability Management

Patch Tuesday - June 2021

It is another low volume Patch Tuesday this month as Microsoft releases fixes for 50 vulnerabilities. This should not diminish the importance of speedily applying the updates. 6 of the vulnerabilities being patched this month are 0-days under active exploitation (CVE-2021-31955 [https://msrc.microsoft.com/update-guide/en-US/vulnerability/CVE-2021-31955], CVE-2021-31956 [https://msrc.microsoft.com/update-guide/en-US/vulnerability/CVE-2021-31956], CVE-2021-33739 [https://msrc.microsoft.com/updat

5 min Patch Tuesday

Patch Tuesday - May 2021

Here we are again with another installment of Patch Tuesday. When compared to the past few months this one feels a bit light both in severity and number of vulnerabilities addressed. Microsoft has only released patches for 55 CVEs this month, less than half of the usual volume, with only 4 of them being scored as critical. Let's dive into the details. HTTP Protocol Stack Remote Code Execution Vulnerability - CVE-2021-31166 [https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-US/security-guidance/advisory/CVE-

9 min Patch Tuesday

Patch Tuesday - April 2021

Patch Tuesday is here again and there are more Exchange updates to apply! A total of 114 vulnerabilities were fixed this month with more than half of them affecting all versions of Windows, with about half of them being remote code execution bugs, and about a fifth of them being rated as critical by Microsoft. Let's dive in! New Exchange Server Patches Available If you were only going to patch one thing today, please let it be this. Exchange Server has been a hot topic since the vulnerabilities

9 min Vulnerability Management

Patch Tuesday - March 2021

Another Patch Tuesday (2021-Mar [https://msrc.microsoft.com/update-guide/releaseNote/2021-Mar]) is upon us and with this month comes a whopping 122 CVEs.  As usual Windows tops the list of the most patched product. However, this month it’s browser vulnerabilities taking the second place, outnumbering Office vulnerabilities 3:1! Lastly, the Exchange Server vulnerabilities this month are not to be ignored as more than half of them have been seen exploited in the wild. Vulnerability Breakdown by S