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Microsoft Windows: CVE-2022-24503: Remote Desktop Protocol Client Information Disclosure Vulnerability

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Microsoft Windows: CVE-2022-24503: Remote Desktop Protocol Client Information Disclosure Vulnerability

Severity
5
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:P/I:N/A:N)
Published
03/08/2022
Created
03/09/2022
Added
03/08/2022
Modified
06/27/2024

Description

Remote Desktop Protocol Client Information Disclosure Vulnerability.

Solution(s)

  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1507-kb5011491
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1607-kb5011495
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1809-kb5011503
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-1909-kb5011485
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-20h2-kb5011487
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-21h1-kb5011487
  • microsoft-windows-windows_10-21h2-kb5011487
  • microsoft-windows-windows_11-21h2-kb5011493
  • msft-kb5011487-c606eb9e-eec6-4246-b330-4c0158d4d515
  • msft-kb5011495-fa870787-7e83-4890-9511-d26b208c0919
  • msft-kb5011497-2edd86da-7457-436a-baed-e45b15d36d69
  • msft-kb5011503-11858b38-8f79-4716-82ef-679370b75d42
  • msft-kb5011527-9cdd843a-1d5d-4f78-97e8-e99029f476f6
  • msft-kb5011527-b63c18bb-66cf-4553-a7e3-4c8efda23081
  • msft-kb5011527-cafc4114-6e80-4938-948e-81d4d756f031
  • msft-kb5011529-0190037e-659a-4c7d-a74f-df0d24373d2f
  • msft-kb5011529-38354158-ec4f-4781-b282-34158e11a614
  • msft-kb5011529-43113026-06cc-4cac-a3bd-7f0656290de3
  • msft-kb5011529-9f92b713-f9a9-4497-97d4-61a99525a8fe
  • msft-kb5011529-e55e7dd7-0ed9-45a9-9be0-3d0820c1d4f9
  • msft-kb5011560-0cdcd625-dc44-48cc-92fa-40c452eaba68
  • msft-kb5011560-b7dd9bbf-be91-4f9c-989b-6647088ea33e
  • msft-kb5011560-e79e7c2e-86bb-4706-8c25-9b4135472f41

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