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Microsoft CVE-2019-0734: Windows Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability

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Microsoft CVE-2019-0734: Windows Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability

Severity
9
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:M/Au:N/C:C/I:C/A:C)
Published
05/14/2019
Created
05/15/2019
Added
05/14/2019
Modified
11/18/2021

Description

An elevation of privilege vulnerability exists in Microsoft Windows when a man-in-the-middle attacker is able to successfully decode and replace authentication request using Kerberos, allowing an attacker to be validated as an Administrator. The update addresses this vulnerability by changing how these requests are validated.

Solution(s)

  • msft-kb4494440-4091b3b1-890f-4344-bf2c-cd6cc084a9a6
  • msft-kb4494440-db85a23a-f0f7-466e-ad06-73387fea46dd
  • msft-kb4494440-dd00e364-6182-4eb3-b4b3-49d6ca3f9d98
  • msft-kb4494441-49a84799-4aea-43e3-b297-d9b34762ce6b
  • msft-kb4494441-5d824d81-f71c-4236-b44a-b1d3d3afac45
  • msft-kb4494441-e34205a2-3739-4b7c-b792-22bc71890ca9
  • msft-kb4497936-0e57e7d4-5e8c-4c73-8998-9bbb32563e02
  • msft-kb4497936-10429ff2-9c14-4fb1-abdc-a105642cb1ad
  • msft-kb4497936-1d1a728c-a4f7-4574-8d1d-13011eef32eb
  • msft-kb4499154-44b16b5f-7af4-4d44-8f11-d890d152c2f7
  • msft-kb4499154-c266a444-9a8f-49cc-a989-767936db38ab
  • msft-kb4499158-93082475-fee3-46cf-8c33-1d26b56c536f
  • msft-kb4499158-abe3070b-cf0f-460c-aa3e-facb04627dfa
  • msft-kb4499158-b4ae50b9-4f14-4eaf-8574-6b7a66beb9cb
  • msft-kb4499165-4b02df8e-e169-4d3a-a07e-bff78bc2efe3
  • msft-kb4499165-770814d7-311f-4093-a9b4-a42b90c29a13
  • msft-kb4499165-b6296768-ff16-4e28-aa22-9e8938569154
  • msft-kb4499167-02d7f039-e9d8-44a4-991c-7f0018dbb17b
  • msft-kb4499167-2ea0586a-8e8e-4677-bcd7-0d821e1f3e9c
  • msft-kb4499167-426f16ec-8a9b-4c38-a4f9-c018371d51cb
  • msft-kb4499175-5e4e9777-acaf-4485-b181-342ed54243e0
  • msft-kb4499175-80f959d7-d6e8-444f-a157-d96e403b7cd7
  • msft-kb4499175-b2b4e1dd-97d2-4352-b3c6-e8b8ceefeeea
  • msft-kb4499175-c723d22f-c1f5-4e53-973c-5991b24ddd48
  • msft-kb4499175-e833c2ff-5588-4831-a96b-9fffb35bf3ce
  • msft-kb4499175-f655d609-7d57-4c77-9e8a-a59a2dbeaa80
  • msft-kb4499179-7f17fdb3-7c5e-44c1-b12c-bc57af632380
  • msft-kb4499179-b166ef22-f8fd-4be4-b577-5dd5e689c5e9
  • msft-kb4499180-35b41bba-4719-4a94-a669-6aeed5e13763
  • msft-kb4499180-a933ba63-a19e-453b-af10-eb3bfcd1b425
  • msft-kb4499180-e2f52ce9-61fa-4a6a-aa5a-43a2a91be450
  • msft-kb4499181-78d037a2-ac8c-4a2a-a2dd-4d706c402d25
  • msft-kb4499181-acf8762b-9546-4a51-8e26-d5790de3c4ab

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