Zero Day Initiative — The August Security Update Review
Zero Day Initiative — The July Security Update Review
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Zero day security patch. Mitigate zero-day vulnerabilities
Microsoft has released patches for flaws in its August Patch Tuesday update including two previously undisclosed zero-day flaws, of which one is actively being exploited.
The total patch count for the August Patch Tuesday Update actually includes 20 flaws in Edge that Microsoft had previously released fixes for, leaving flaws affecting Windows, Office, Azure,. The Zero Day Initiative noted that the volume of fixes released this month is “markedly higher” than what is normally expected in an August release. Microsoft addressed 17 critical flaws and important flaws this month across.
The fixes address 64 elevation of privilege flaws and 32 remote code execution flaws, as well as security feature bypasses and information disclosure flaws. Also, 34 of this month’s fixes address bugs in Azure Site Recovery, Microsoft’s disaster recovery toolset for the cloud. According to Microsoft, it is related to a bug that some in security researchers refer to as ” Dogwalk “.
Microsoft that month issued the identifier CVE with mitigation steps, followed by a patch in mid-June and further defense-in-depth measures in July. Sadly this remained an issue for far too long. Microsoft says CVE was discovered after public discussion prompted further scrutiny within and outside of Microsoft. Public discussion of a vulnerability can encourage further scrutiny on the component, both by Microsoft security personnel as well as our research partners.
This CVE is a variant of the vulnerability publicly known as Dogwalk,” Microsoft notes in its advisory. It has a CVSSv3 base score of 7. Google also fixed a medium severity issue related to the Dogwalk bug CVE in Chrome last month. It affected Google’s Safe Browsing security service in Chrome. An information disclosure flaw in Exchange Server was publicly disclosed prior to Tuesday but hasn’t been exploited yet. Vulnerable on-premise Exchange Servers were one of the most targeted systems in thanks to the ProxyShell and ProxyLogon bugs.
Rapid 7 emphasizes that patching the Exchange Server flaw CVE will not prevent attackers from being able to read targeted email messages. Admins also need to enable Windows Extended protection to Exchange servers. Microsoft’s Exchange Team has detailed how to manually do this in a separate blogpost.
There are patches for five more Exchange bugs that need to be applied to fully remediate this issue. It has a CVSSv3 score of 9. An attacker would need physical access to exploit the bug, but could bypass Windows Hello if they did. Microsoft in July flagged the end of support for the three additional years of Windows 7 ESUs after its end-of-life in Home Innovation Computing PCs.
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