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Four Zero-day vulnerabilities patched Microsoft Releases

Today Microsoft released 11 security bulletins fixing 24 exploits in several of their products, including,  Windows, Windows Server, Exchange Server, Microsoft SharePoint Server, Office Web Apps, Lync, ASP.NET SignalR, and Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013. Five of the mentioned fixes address at least one vulnerability rated Critical.

The company also mentioned that four of the bulletins (MS13-096, MS13-098, MS13-104 and MS13-106) which consist of a vulnerability that is being exploited in the wild. The most concerning is MS13-098 which in turn could undermine code signing, an important protection widely used today.

You can view the full list here.

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