Author: Vladimir Unterfingher

During Patch Tuesday September, Microsoft released over 60 security-related updates and patches, including fixes for two issues labeled as “critical” – CVE-2021-40444, that leverages IE’s MSHTML component and CVE-2021-36965, also nicknamed the WL…

Read More Patch Tuesday September 2021 – Microsoft to Release 60 Security Updates and Patches, Including Two Zero-Day Fixes

With May’s patching bout just about over, Microsoft managed to resolve 55 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs), four of them being chalked down as critical. Patch Tuesday May roll also included three zero-day vulnerabilities. Microsoft stated th…

Read More Patch Tuesday, May 2021: Microsoft Delivers 55 Fixed, Patches Four Critical Bugs and Three Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

Whenever I think about SAM and software assets, I remember my very first CND lesson – forget about scharfes-ing the word “asset” because it has nothing in common with what you’re up against in IT management. Instead, replace “s” with the dollar sign (“…

Read More Software Asset Management (SAM) Revisited – ITAM vs SAM and the Real Cost of High-Velocity Upscaling

Microsoft has recently released the patched vulnerabilities roll which includes 56 system and operating system vulnerabilities and security updates for Windows 10. The complete patching list includes over 1000 items, 300 of them having been flagged as …

Read More Patch Tuesday (February 2021): Microsoft Patches 56 Windows Vulnerabilities, including a Window Zero-Day Vulnerability