Microsoft Issues 51 CVEs for Patch Tuesday, None 'Critical'

One publicly known flaw — an elevation-of-privilege bug in Windows Kernel — was included in the patches.

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

February 8, 2022

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Microsoft's February batch of software patches included remote code execution flaws in Windows DNS Server and SharePoint Server, as well as four elevation-of-privilege CVEs for Windows Print Spooler. In all, Microsoft released 51 CVEs, none of which were rated as "critical."

Also among the noteworthy vulns fixed were several denial-of-service flaws in various products, including Teams, a security feature bypass flaw in Microsoft Outlook for Mac, an elevation-of-privilege bug in Win32K, and a remote execution vuln in Windows Hyper-V. 

Read more in Microsoft's full rundown of the February 2022 CVEs.

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