Last week, in its regular Patch Tuesday, Microsoft patched a number of serious vulnerabilities, including one that is nearly two decades old, dating back to Microsoft IE 3.0.
Microsoft has shared more details about the critical elevation of privilege bug found in Microsoft Windows Kerberos Key Distribution Center (CVE-2014-6324) which is being exploited in "limited, targeted attacks" in the wild, and has once again urged admins and users to apply the issued patch.
Microsoft open sourced the full server-side .NET stack and expanded .NET to run on the Linux and Mac OS platforms.
This month Microsoft is publishing 14 bulletins with new versions and patches for its software, operating systems and applications.
Microsoft is warning users about a new Windows zero-day vulnerability that is being actively exploited in the wild and is primarily a risk to users on servers and workstations that open documents with embedded OLE objects.