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Posted On July 11, 2021
This article is part of our coverage of the 2018 Windows Server Security Patch Tuesday, January 23.
We’ve added a detailed overview of the patch, which includes all of the security updates for this month.
Here’s a short list of what’s changed since Tuesday: Updated the Windows 10 Update 2 patch to include a fix for a vulnerability that could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code on an affected computer, a bug that could be exploited by an attacker who was not the intended victim.
Updated Windows Update to fix a vulnerability affecting users of Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2 SP1 and SP2.
Fixed a critical vulnerability that allowed a malicious application to inject a malicious DLL into a Windows Update application and execute code in the process.
Update Windows Update 2 to include fixes for a critical issue that could prevent Windows Update from updating any applications.
Improved the security of the DNS cache for Internet Explorer 11 by making the cached DNS entries invalid if an invalid certificate is used.
Security updates are now applied to all computers in the network as of January 23, and will continue to be applied throughout the year.
For more information about this update, please visit the following links: Windows 10 Update 1, Windows Server Update Services, and DNS cache vulnerabilities