Microsoft discloses more than 130 vulnerabilities as part of July’s Patch Tuesday, four exploited in the wild
Microsoft released its monthly security update Tuesday, disclosing the most vulnerabilities as part of Patch Tuesday in more than a year.
The company released details of more than 130 vulnerabilities, the most in a month since April 2022, 10 of which are considered to be critical. The remaining vulnerabilities are “important.”
Microsoft also included an advisory in today’s Patch Tuesday that provides guidance to mitigate Microsoft-signed drivers that attackers are using maliciously in the wild. Talos recently discovered an attack that focuses on drivers certified by Microsoft’s Windows Hardware Developer Program (MWHDP) being used maliciously in post-exploitation activity. Microsoft had been previously notified of this type of activity in February 2023, and Talos researchers recently reported additional details.Microsoft discloses more than 130 vulnerabilities as part of July’s Patch Tuesday, four exploited in the wild