May's Patch Tuesday updates make urgent patching a must

May's Patch Tuesday updates make urgent patching a must

This past week's Patch Tuesday started with 73 updates, but ended up (so far) with three revisions and a late addition (CVE-2022-30138) for a total of 77 vulnerabilities addressed this month. Compared with the broad set of updates released in April, we see a greater urgency in patching Windows — especially wiith three zero-days and several very serious flaws in key server and authentication areas. Exchange will require attention, too, due to new server update technology. There were no updates this month for Microsoft browsers and Adobe Reader. And Windows 10 20H2 (we hardly knew ye) is now out of support. You can find more information on the risks of deploying these Patch Tuesday updates in this helpful infographic, and the MSRC Center has posted a good overview of how …
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