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May Patch Tuesday Fixes Two Bugs Under Active Attack

posted onMay 8, 2018
by l33tdawg

Microsoft’s May Patch Tuesday fixes include two critical remote code-execution vulnerabilities, both of which are under active attack.

The most serious of the two is tied to a Windows 10 VBScript engine and can be triggered when a victim visits a malicious website.

“A user need only visit a malicious website to have attacker-control code execute on their machine,” according to Microsoft’s description of the bug (CVE-2018-8174). The flaw could also be used in conjunction with a malicious ActiveX control marked “safe for initialization” in an app, Office Doc or within IE’s rendering engine, Microsoft said.



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