Microsoft released 8 updates for Windows, Office and IE
Yesterday, June 9, was another of the so-called «Tuesday patches», under which Microsoft has released a total of eight updates for various products, including Windows, Internet Explorer and Office. Two of them marked as «Critical» and the remaining six the company has designated as «Important».
KB3058515 is a cumulative security update for Internet Explorer, aimed at addressing more than 20 vulnerabilities.
KB3033890 closes a vulnerability in Windows Media Player that could allow remote code execution. The vulnerability affects only Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and earlier versions.
KB3059317, KB3057839, KB3062577 and KB3063858 are important fixes for Windows that eliminate the possibility of remote code execution or elevation of privileges by an attacker.
Patch KB3064949 addressed to the vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office allow remote code execution if a user opens a specially crafted Office file.
Finally, an important update KB3062157 closes gaps in Microsoft Exchange Server that could allow elevation of privilege if an authorized user clicks a link on specially created for this web page.
Line of Surface tablets, apparently, this month will be left without firmware updates.
As always, if you have enabled automatic updates, all these fixes will be installed automatically. However, you can always go to «Windows update» and install them manually.