Corrine Posted July 12, 2022 Share Posted July 12, 2022 The Microsoft June 2022 security updates have been released and consist of 84 CVEs. Of these CVEs, 4 are rated critical and 80 rated important in severity. At the time of release, none are listed as publicly known but one of the updates for CSRSS is under active attack. The security updates apply to the following products, features, and roles: AMD CPU Branch, Azure Site Recovery, Azure Storage Library, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, Microsoft Edge (Chromium-based), Microsoft Graphics Component, Microsoft Office, Open Source Software, Role: DNS Server, Role: Windows Fax Service, Role: Windows Hyper-V, Skype for Business and Microsoft Lync, Windows Active Directory, Windows Advanced Local Procedure Call, Windows BitLocker, Windows Boot Manager, Windows Client/Server Runtime Subsystem, Windows Connected Devices Platform Service, Windows Credential Guard, Windows Fast FAT Driver, Windows Fax and Scan Service, Windows Group Policy, Windows IIS, Windows Kernel, Windows Media, Windows Network File System, Windows Performance Counters, Windows Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol, Windows Portable Device Enumerator Service, Windows Print Spooler Components, Windows Remote Procedure Call Runtime, Windows Security Account Manager, Windows Server Service, Windows Shell, Windows Storage, and XBox. See the long list of KBs at the bottom of the page at July 2022 Security Updates - Release Notes - Security Update Guide - Microsoft for information regarding known issues with the security updates as well as the CVEs with FAQs, Mitigations and/or Workarounds. Important Notes: The Internet Explorer 11 desktop application has been retired and out of support, effective June 15, 2022. See the steps at Microsoft Support to enable IE Mod on your Windows 10 or Windows 11 device. Windows 10 Versions 1909 and 20H2 have reached the end of service and will no longer receive updates. The most current version of Windows 10 is 21H2. Recommended Reading: See Dustin Childs review and analysis in Zero Day Initiative -- The July 2022 Security Update Review. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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