Microsoft issues patches for 4 zero day bugs

  • CERT Admin
  • Wed Apr 15 2020
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Microsoft has released patches for four zero day vulnerabilities including other 113 security vulnerabilities.


First Vulnerability (CVE-2020-1020):
Vulnerability resides in the Adobe Font Manager library used by the Windows where an attacker could perform remote code execution on the windows system.

Second Vulnerability (CVE-2020-0938):
This Remote code execution vulnerability also resides in the Adobe Type Manager Library that triggers when parsing a malicious OpenType Font.

Third Vulnerability (CVE-2020-1027):
This vulnerability resides in the Windows Kernel, which can be used by attackers to elevate user privileges on a Windows System.

Fourth Vulnerability (CVE-2020-0968):
This is a memory corruption bug resides in the Internet Explorer version 9 and 11 where attackers could remotely compromise Windows based system just by sending malicious link to the victims to open these vulnerable Internet Explorer browsers.


    ✻  Loss of control in your Windows system
    ✻  Virus infections possible of ransomware attacks
    ✻  Stealing personal information such as usernames and passwords
    ✻  Attacker could use your computer as he/she desire 

Solution/ Workarounds 

  ✻  Apply the latest security patch released by the Microsoft.

Note: For installing the latest Windows security updates, you can head on to Settings-> Update & Security -> Windows Update -> Check for updates on your PC, or you can install the updates manually. 




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Last updated: Wed Apr 15 2020