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Webinar Summary

Jordan Benzing goes over the latest update releases including repeating vulnerability, Windows Remote Desktop Licensing Service Remove Code Execution. Bryan Dam then reviews hot topic articles over the last month including Polyfill supply chain attack, multiple WordPress Plugins ongoing supply-chain attack, TeamViewer Corporate IT compromised environment, and much more.

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Patch Tuesday July News

Possible Update

The KB5036980 breaks the Windows 11 Enterprise Subscription

Car dealership outages drag on after CDK

Polyfill supply chain attack hits 100K+

Toward greater transparency: Unveiling Cloud Service

Backdoor slipped into multiple WordPress plugins in ongoing supply-chain

TeamViewer Corporate IT environment is

Google Chrome Drops Entrust/AffirmTrust as a Public Certificate

regreSSHion: Remote Unauthenticated Code Execution Vulnerability in OpenSSH

‘RockYou2024’: Nearly 10 billion passwords leaked

Microsoft bans Android for its China staff, mandates iPhones for

Blast-RADIUS attack breaks 30-year-old

Onboarding modern with Autopilot: Magic trick

Update Microsoft Edge during Windows Autopilot

Changes to Windows Installer with July CUs for Win10/

Retirement of Office 365 connectors within Microsoft

Deprecation of WSUS driver

KB5034440: Windows Recovery Environment update for Windows 11, version 21H2: January 9,

Microsoft Patches of Note

View the full list of Patch Tuesday release notes at Patch Tuesday Blog Home Page – Patch Tuesday Blog

Patches Released: 104
Critical Severity: 48
Important Severity: 48
Moderate Severity: 7
N/A Severity: 0

Third Party Updates from Patch My PC

Total Number of Updates: 2708
Critical: 92
Important: 2062
Moderate: 478
Low: 11
N/A: 65

Browser Patch Specifics
Chrome: 12 Patches
FireFox: 216 Patches (Across supported Languages)
Microsoft Edge: 18 Patches
Opera: 12 Patches

Insight into CVEs

Unique CVEs this Month: 143
Critical: 6
Important: 134
Moderate: 3
N/A: 0

CVE breakdown
14 Denial of Service
26 Elevation of Privilege
9 Information Disclosure
60 Remote Code Executions
24 Security Feature Bypasses
7 Spoofing Opportunities

Windows Remote Desktop Licensing Service Remote Code Execution Vulnerability — CVE-2024-38076  Score 9.8

Windows Remote Desktop Licensing Service Remote Code Execution Vulnerability — CVE-2024-38074  Score 9.8

Windows Remote Desktop Licensing Service Remote Code Execution Vulnerability — CVE-2024-38077  Score 9.8

Windows Hyper-V Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability — CVE-2024-38080  Score 7.8

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