Microsoft has released the September security patch for Windows and its programs, which fixes more than 80 bugs in total. The update introduces fixes for 66 vulnerabilities spread across Windows, Office, Azure, Edge and SharePoint and for 20 bugs to the security of Chromium on Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft has not made public the features of the bugs solved by the patch, preferring to reveal only one part for security reasons: among the fixes there is also that one to Microsoft Trident, the rendering engine of Internet Explorer and Edge The problem was discovered on September 7th and was quite serious, as there were immediately some strings of code circulating on the net that allowed anyone to hit the PCs of Office users.
Among the other critical issues solved by the patch we find an update for the Windows 10 DNS, which had a rather serious problem of managing privileges between users, a fix for managing the AutoConfig WLAN service, which through some exploits allowed to
Among minor fixes, Microsoft has corrected some of Azure’s security issues that emerged in early September, while there is no news of a possible resolution of Microsoft Exchange leaks leaked in recent months.