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Microsoft closes critical vulnerabilities: Windows users must update now

Microsoft closes critical vulnerabilities: Windows users must update now

Microsoft has released a new update for Windows 10 and 11. It fills in serious security holes. Users should install the patch as soon as possible.

Microsoft released a new update for Windows 10 and Windows 11 as part of Patchday in May. It fills in serious security holes. These relate to the Windows printer spooler.

The vulnerability is known as PrintNightmare. Attackers can use this to gain access to the system. The closed vulnerabilities now contain the IDs CVE-2022-29114, CVE-2022-29140, CVE-2022-29104, and CVE-2022-29132.

We’ve summed up all the other details of Microsoft’s May Patch Day here for you

Microsoft closes security holes: Problems may already be exploited

Microsoft has released a new security update for Windows 10 and 11.
Microsoft has released a new security update for Windows 10 and 11.

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Vulnerabilities are already likely to be actively exploited, such as “Safety Week” mentioned. Ransomware is often installed to demand ransom from victims. In the past few months, a particularly large number of users from Austria, France and Slovenia have been affected.

Businesses in particular can continue to be common targets for criminals. In addition to extortion attempts, the theft of valuable data should also be of interest. To prevent this, Microsoft recommends that you install the new update as soon as possible.

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