Microsoft Patched 12 Zero Day Vulnerability

Microsoft Security Bulletin for September 2015

The company first released a critical patch for the new browser Edge.

Tuesday, September 8, as part of a monthly “Patch Tuesday” Microsoft released 12 security bulletins which fixes vulnerabilities in the company’s products. Five of them are critical, and fixes gaps which allows remote code execution. Exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to take control of an affected system.
Here five Security Bulletins which fixes critical vulnerabilities in the Microsoft’s products:
1. [MS15-094] The security update resolves vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer.
2. [MS15-095] The security update resolves vulnerabilities in Microsoft Edge.
3. [MS15-097] The security update resolves vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Lync.
4. [MS15-098] The security update resolves vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows.
5. [MS15-099] The security update resolves vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office.
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[Patch Tuesday] Microsoft Security Bulletin for September 2015

[Patch Tuesday] Microsoft Security Bulletin for September 2015
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