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May 2014 Microsoft Patch Tuesday Summary

By Elevate posted 05-13-2014 22:10

  

Microsoft recently issued an out of band update to patch the widely exploited IE 6-11 vulnerabliity (CVE-2014-1766) and now its time for their scheduled monthly Patch Tuesday updates. In the May edition there are 8 updates out of which 2 are marked "Crticial" and 6 are rated "Important". A total of 13 vulnerabilities got fixed over 8 bulletins this month. 

 

Here is a list of vulnerabilities fixed in today's Patch Tuesday release

 

Bulletin ID CVE ID Vulnerability Description
MS14-023 CVE-2014-1756 Vulnerability in Microsoft Office Could Allow Remote Code Execution
MS14-023 CVE-2014-1808 Vulnerability in Microsoft Office Could Allow Remote Code Execution
MS14-024 CVE-2014-1809 Vulnerability in a Microsoft Common Control Could Allow Security Feature Bypass
MS14-025 CVE-2014-1812 Vulnerability in Active Directory Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
MS14-026 CVE-2014-1806 Vulnerability in .NET could allow Remote Code Execution
MS14-027 CVE-2014-1807 Vulnerability in Windows Shell Handler Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
MS14-028 CVE-2014-0255 Vulnerability in iSCSI Could Allow Denial of Service
MS14-028 CVE-2014-0256 Vulnerability in iSCSI Could Allow Denial of Service
MS14-029 CVE-2014-0310 Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer
MS14-029 CVE-2014-1815 Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer
MS14-022 CVE-2014-0251 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft SharePoint Server Could Allow Remote Code Execution
MS14-022 CVE-2014-1754 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft SharePoint Server Could Allow Remote Code Execution
MS14-022 CVE-2014-1813 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft SharePoint Server Could Allow Remote Code Execution

 

 

Tracking Microsoft Vulnerability Patches 2014 

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As shown in the chart above, number of vulnerabilties which were patched this month is slightly higher than that of April's release. As we do every month, we’ve released a signature update #2373 to address the vulnerabilities fixed in today’s patches. Happy patching!

 

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