Windows 10: 3 update, build 10122, 10130 Assembly in the process of testing
Microsoft has released three new updates for Windows 10 build 10122 and hinted that the Assembly 10130 could be the next public release.
First KB3046002 update resolves a vulnerability that could allow remote code execution if a user opens a specially crafted Journal file.
KB3049563 update resolves several vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer. The most serious of them could allow an attacker to remotely execute code if a user opens a specially crafted page.
Last update, KB3067515 closes the vulnerabilities that allow elevation of privilege.
A Microsoft spokesperson also confirmed that the current Assembly 10122 will not be available in a slow circle updates, but the company continues to follow the path of development of Windows 10 with the new Assembly 10130, which is already being tested within the company. However, it is not known whether it will be available to the public, or Microsoft will eventually release a later version.