CVE November 2020
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CVE Updates for the month of November 2020:

Microsoft released today its monthly roll-up of security patches known as Patch Tuesday. This month they fixed 58 security bugs across a wide range of products, from Microsoft Edge to the Windows WalletService.

This month’s patches also include a fix for a Windows zero-day vulnerability that was exploited in the wild.

Continuous vulnerability management and cyber hygiene can fend off the majority of cyber-attacks. Stay secure by updating patches and fix your vulnerabilities before they take over your system.

Remote code execution – 24

Critical – 17

  1. CVE-2020-17087 exists in Windows Kernel Cryptography Driver which constitutes a locally accessible attack surface.
  2. When CVE-2020-15999 (type of memory-corruption vulnerability) and CVE-2020-17087 are linked together would allow an attacker to break out of Google Chrome’s sandbox. 

Happy Patching!!!

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