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Last week, Microsoft released the its October security update patch. A vulnerability reported by three security researchers from the Hillstone Security Research Team was amended, and an acknowledgement message was issued on the official website classified under vulnerability number CVE-2021-41399, which affects the latest windows 11 operating system.

IMG: Microsoft officially thanks the three security researchers from Hillstone’s Security Research Team

This month’s security updates fixes a total of 74 vulnerabilities. Including 2 high-risk vulnerabilities, 71 serious vulnerabilities, and 1 low-risk vulnerabilities, covering components such as Windows operating system, Exchange Server, Office, .NET, and Visual Studio. The risks are wide-ranging and consequential. It is recommended that users update the patches in a timely manner.

Hillstone Security Research Team

As a leading provider of Enterprise Network Security and Risk Management solutions, protecting our customers in a proactive way is our highest goal. This is why we deploy a security research team and resources that are dedicated to uncovering vulnerabilities in widely used products globally. We will continue devoting our efforts to safeguarding global network security.

Resources:

https://msrc.microsoft.com/update-guide/vulnerability/CVE-2021-41399

https://msrc.microsoft.com/update-guide/acknowledgement/cve

https://msrc.microsoft.com/update-guide/releaseNote/2021-Oct

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