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Microsoft Fixes 129 Vulnerabilities for September’s Patch Tuesday

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Sep
2020
Microsoft Fixes 129 Vulnerabilities for September’s Patch Tuesday

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Microsoft today released patches for 129 CVEs (common vulnerabilities and exposures) as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday rollout. This marks seven consecutive months of 110+ bugs fixed and brings the yearly total close to 1,000.

September’s Patch Tuesday addressed vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows, the Edge browser, ChakraCore, Internet Explorer, SQL Server, Office and Office Services and Web Apps, Microsoft Dynamics, Visual Studio, Exchange Server, ASP.NET, OneDrive, and Azure DevOps. Of the 129 bugs fixed, 23 are classified as critical, 105 are important, and one ae moderate in severity.

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