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Microsoft addresses the following vulnerabilities in its October batch of patches:
This security update addresses a publicly disclosed vulnerability and undisclosed nine vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer. A successful exploit may permit an attacker to execute a malware once user views a malicious webpage via Internet Explorer. Read more here.
This security update addresses seven vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows, which can lead to remote execution of malware once users open a shared content that embeds TrueType or OpenType files. Read more here.
This security update addresses three reported vulnerabiilties in Microsoft .NET framework, which may lead to remote malware execution if user visits website with a malicious OpenType font (OTP) file. Read more here.
This security update addresses a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows, which may allow remote execution of malware once attacker sends a malicious web request to ASP.NET web application.Read more here.
This security update addresses two vulnerabilities in MS Office that may lead to malware execution once user opens a malicious Office file in a vulnerable MS SharePint Server, MS Ofice Services, or Web Apps. Read more here.
This security update addresses two vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office, which may allow remote code execution once users open a malicious Office file with a specific versions of MS Excel or MS Office software. Read more here.
This security update addresses two vulnerabilities in MS Office that may allow malware execution once a malicious file is open using affected versions of MS Word or MS Office. Read more here.
This security update addresses a vulnerability in Silverlight, that may allow unwanted data disclosure if an attacker convinces a user to view a website hosting a malicious Silverlight application. Read more here.
Trend Micro Deep Security shields networks through the following Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) rules. Trend Micro customers using OfficeScan with Intrusion Defense Firewall (IDF) plugin are also protected from attacks using these vulnerabilities.
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