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Microsoft CVE-2022-44673: Windows Client Server Run-Time Subsystem (CSRSS) Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability

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Microsoft CVE-2022-44673: Windows Client Server Run-Time Subsystem (CSRSS) Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability

Severity
4
CVSS
(AV:L/AC:M/Au:N/C:P/I:P/A:P)
Published
12/13/2022
Created
12/14/2022
Added
12/13/2022
Modified
02/01/2023

Description

Microsoft CVE-2022-44673: Windows Client Server Run-Time Subsystem (CSRSS) Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability

Solution(s)

  • msft-kb5021233-10fc11b7-fbff-4c24-a7e7-8794952626c7
  • msft-kb5021233-198836a3-69e0-428c-b319-017b2344c891
  • msft-kb5021233-76e54e01-b3f2-4df7-8d3e-308db6fee359
  • msft-kb5021233-b85d6d31-7ff8-41cd-876b-d7554f12834a
  • msft-kb5021233-c3c3d20c-f34a-45e9-97ba-28d96c77fc20
  • msft-kb5021233-dd5e8a54-7a94-4ad0-a5f4-ebb09f0037ce
  • msft-kb5021233-dd974815-305e-4e5d-971e-96aea996e68a
  • msft-kb5021233-f39116ae-d925-4d35-b3f7-191f3382e4b0
  • msft-kb5021235-63681afd-6fe5-4f19-b349-845c76194a96
  • msft-kb5021235-96ffdfea-95f3-4edc-8d98-5d464da20321
  • msft-kb5021237-8bb239fa-1009-4a00-aba7-1f6a7fcf647d
  • msft-kb5021237-995c48ba-bc77-45d8-b4b0-3745f8dec959
  • msft-kb5021243-6342ad5d-98b3-49d9-8f95-b93249a3f4c9
  • msft-kb5021243-b0d133e0-3d18-4765-a3c1-77d6a065aaab
  • msft-kb5021288-20c5bfe7-4012-4326-abbd-10f0ac4244b8
  • msft-kb5021288-463511a5-d02e-4ad7-b1af-5df9fdd8c4a5
  • msft-kb5021288-831cb748-d8d3-4ea7-9241-c4fbab3440be
  • msft-kb5021288-c2d89794-10f9-459d-a1a9-79847eac03fc
  • msft-kb5021293-9cf66c20-ad86-425a-a2b6-e5fc8b4bff2c
  • msft-kb5021296-277632f5-1547-47d8-a9bd-9a93a8e69161
  • msft-kb5021296-6fe6da62-6d51-46ef-816f-8decf32296fc

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