Microsoft’s monthly update was released yesterday, seeing 4 critical remote code execution vulnerabilities addressed.
Septembers Patch Tuesday provided fixes for 13 flaws found in Windows and Microsoft programs, 4 critical and the other 9 labelled important. The critical fixes addressed remote code execution flaws in Microsoft Office, Windows, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Server.
The remaining 9 bulletins covered a variety of threats in Active Directory, Microsoft Access and Excel along with other Office and Windows programs. Elevation of Privilege, Information Disclosure, Denial of Service and further remote code execution were all potentially exploitable threats.
For a full overview of Septembers Patch Tuesday see Microsoft’s latest Security Bulletin.