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When new patches and product updates are released, you must act quickly before threat actors target your organization with malicious attacks. Action1 has got you covered. Get a comprehensive review of the most critical vulnerabilities patched in the past month, including the Microsoft Patch Tuesday updates and patches from various third-party vendors.

June 2024 Patch Tuesday overview

This Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has addressed 51 vulnerabilities, a decrease from last month. Among these, only one is categorized as critical: CVE-2024-30080, which pertains to Microsoft Message Queuing. Notably, there are no zero-day vulnerabilities this time, and one of the vulnerabilities, an older Denial of Service (DoS) DNS bug identified by MITRE in February (CVE-2023-50868), has a proof of concept (PoC) available.

In today’s Vulnerability Digest, we cover both Microsoft and third-party apps, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, PHP, Azure, Check Point, GitHub, Rockwell, Veeam, Fluent Bit, and QNAP.

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Recent Updates

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May 2024

61 vulnerabilities addressed by Microsoft, two zero-days, one of which has a proof of concept (PoC) available. Also inside: issues found in Intel, AMD Processors, Aruba, WordPress, Artificial Intelligence, Cisco, Ivanti, Putty, Palo Alto, and LG WebOS, web browsers, etc.

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April 2024

Fixes for 151 vulnerabilities were announced, no zero-days, three critical. Also inside: issues found in HTTP 2.0, Flowmon, Ivanti, Linux, Splunk, Anyscale Ray AI, Apple, GLPI, Fortinet, Atlassian, Fortra, Cisco, Kubernetes, web browsers, etc.

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March 2024

Microsoft has fixed a total of 60 vulnerabilities, no zero-days, two critical. Also inside: issues found in Jet Brains Team City, Zeek, VMware, Apple, Smart Toys, ConnectWise ScreenConnect, Joomla, SolarWinds, ESET, Linux, and Node.js., web browsers, etc.

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February 2024

Microsoft has addressed a total of 73 vulnerabilities, two zero-days, five critical. Also inside: issues found in GitLab, Jenkins, Android, Vinchin Backup & Recovery, ModSecurity, WhatsApp, Apple, JetBrains, Cisco, VMware, Linux, Fortinet, Ivanti, web browsers, etc.

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January 2024

Microsoft has addressed a total of 48 vulnerabilities, two critical vulnerabilities. Also inside: issues found in Google Chrome, Google Web Toolkit, Mozilla Firefox, Apache solutions, Barracuda, ESG, Apple, Linux, ESET, Ivanti, OpenSSH, Perforce Helix Core Server, and Dell.

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December 2023

Microsoft patched 34 vulnerabilities, no zero-days, and four critical. Also inside: issues found in Chrome, Firefox, WordPress, Web Password Managers, Atlassian, Cisco, Bluetooth, VMware, Zyxel, Apple, Qlik Sense, ownCloud, CrushFTP, FortiSIEM, AMD, and Intel.

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November 2023

Microsoft patched 63 vulnerabilities, three zero-days, and three critical. Also inside: issues found in Google Chrome, Mozilla, Firefox, Veeam ONE, Apache ActiveMQ, Atlassian, Kubernetes ingress-nginx, Cisco, Citrix, VMware, SolarWinds, Oracle, Exim, and SysAid.

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October 2023

Microsoft released patches for 103 vulnerabilities, including three zero-days, 16 considered critical. Also inside: issues found in Google Chrome, Firefox, Apple, Linux, Atlassian, Progress Software WS_FTP, Jet Brains Team City, Exim, Cisco, Nagios, and Kubernetes.

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September 2023

Microsoft has addressed 61 vulnerabilities, including two zero-days and five critical. Also inside: issues found in Android, Google Chrome, Firefox, Ivanti, SCADA, Citrix, Splunk, Notepad++, Juniper, Apple, Skype, WinRAR, Intel, AMD, and Siemens.

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August 2023

Microsoft has addressed 74 vulnerabilities, including one zero-day and six critical. Also inside: issues found in Azure, Chrome, Firefox, Ivanti, Canon, Ubuntu Linux, AMD, MikroTik, Atlassian, Apple, and Adobe ColdFusion.

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July 2023

Microsoft has resolved a record-breaking number of 142 vulnerabilities, including six zero-days and 9 critical. You will find inside: issues found in MOVEit, Firefox, Android, Cisco, Microsoft Teams, Linux, ChatGPT, FortiGate, VMware and Apple.

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June 2023

Microsoft has resolved 86 vulnerabilities, fixes for new and existing issues. Also: updates for Windows Protected Process Light, Google Chrome, Firefox, Gitlab, Mikrotik RouterOS, Mobile Devices Fingerprint, Barracuda Email Gateway, Libre Office, Linux, and Apple.

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May 2023

This Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has resolved 39 vulnerabilities, two zero-days and six critical vulnerabilities. In this issue you’ll also find updates about fixes for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apache, Service Location Protocol, VMware, Apple, Intel and Linux.

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April 2023

In this Patch Tuesday release, Microsoft has addressed a total of 102 vulnerabilities, two zero-days and seven critical. In this issue you’ll also find updates about fixes for Microsoft Snipping Tool, Google Chrome, Firefox, Android, Bing, IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi protocol, and Apple.

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March 2023

This Patch Tuesday, Microsoft fixed a total of 74 vulnerabilities, nine critical fixes, and two zero-days. Explore this issue also for updates about fixes for Microsoft Office and Intel Processors in Windows OS fixes, TPM 2.0, Google Chrome, Jenkins, Veeam and Android.

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February 2023

The February Patch Tuesday brought 75 fixed vulnerabilities, six critical updates and three zero-day vulnerabilities. Zoom in for details about fixes for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, OpenSSL, Jira, Oracle and Apple.

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January 2023

The first Patch Tuesday of 2023 brings us 98 fixed vulnerabilities from Microsoft, 11 critical fixes, and one zero-day. In this issue, you’ll also find updates about fixes for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Citrix, Linux, WordPress, Foxit Reader, and VMware.

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December 2022

December Patch Tuesday brings us 52 fixes from Microsoft. There are seven critical updates, including one zero-day. In this issue, you’ll also find updates about fixes for Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Avast, Foxit Reader, VLC Media Player and Zoom.

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November 2022

68 vulnerabilities were fixed by Microsoft in November, ten critical updates and six fixed zero-days. In this issue, you’ll also find updates about fixes for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Oracle, Zoom and Cisco.