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I recently installed patch patch 11.1 (1639) on my Office Scan Server, all my 32 Bit clients updated automatically to the new version.
Two different CVEs patched this month were reported to be under active attack.
If you have to prioritize your testing, focusing on the bulletins addressing the active attacks plus MS16-129 and MS16 142 seems a good place to start.
Adobe’s other bulletin for November resolves an input validation vulnerability in the events registration module within Adobe Connect for Windows.
This lone CVE is not listed as being under active attack, but could be used for cross-site scripting exploits.
Both browsers – Edge and Internet Explorer – have multiple Critical-rated issues.
It’s interesting to see many of the CVEs patched in Edge receive an Exploit Index (XI) ratings of 1.
This sounds like fixes that could potentially help prevent “Pass the Hash” style attacks, which would be fantastic if true. Hopefully Microsoft will eventually provide more information about this fix.
No new Microsoft advisories were released this month.
Looking Ahead While expected, this month’s release officially makes 2016 the busiest year for Microsoft updates.
Adobe Patches for November 2016 Adobe released two updates this month.
The more critical of the two patches addresses nine CVEs in the Flash player.
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