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  1. Microsoft DirectWrite suffers from an out-of-bounds read in sfac_GetSbitBitmap while processing TTF fonts. View the full article
  2. Microsoft DirectWrite suffers from an invalid read in SplicePixel while processing OTF fonts. View the full article
  3. This Metasploit module exploits a flaw in the WSReset.exe Windows Store Reset Tool. The tool is run with the "autoElevate" property set to true, however it can be moved to a new Windows directory containing a space (C:\Windows \System32\) where, upon execution, it will load our payload dll (propsys.dll). View the full article
  4. Microsoft Windows suffers from an NTFS privileged file access enumeration vulnerability. Attackers possessing user-only rights can gather intelligence or profile other user account activities by brute forcing a correct file name due to inconsistent error messaging. View the full article
  5. Microsoft Outlook Web Access version 14.3.224.2 remote host header injection exploit. View the full article
  6. Microsoft Outlook Web Access build 15.1.1591 suffers from a remote host header injection vulnerability. View the full article
  7. Microsoft Office365 and ProPlus build 16.0.11901.20204 suffers from code execution and protection bypass vulnerabilities. View the full article
  8. Why the put hacker in jail for little things and live the Big One make ther rules ....... Microsoft Admits Humans Listen to Skype, Cortana Recordings Well, if we look around, we will find that personal assistants like Alexa, Google Assistant, Cortana, Siri, etc. were the latest trend. These voice assistants are making our life more comfortable. However, they are not as private as everyone thinks. Lots of silicon valley tech giants have already come forward about their use of human contractors to listen to audio recordings of users. Companies behind these voice assistant services hire human contractors to review the voice clips. This thing was done to improve the quality of the voice assistant apps. Google and Apple were already found saving user’s recordings to enhance its AI assistant skills, and the latest one to join the list is Microsoft. Recently, Microsoft admitted that some humans do listen to Skype and Cortana audio recordings to build, train, and improve the accuracy of their AI Assistant. Microsoft recently updated its Privacy Policy page to reveal the changes. The updated Privacy Policy Page of Microsoft reads, “Our processing of personal data for these purposes includes both automated and manual methods of processing… To build, train, and improve the accuracy of our automated methods of processing (including AI), we manually review some of the predictions…For example, we manually review short snippets of a small sampling of voice data we have taken steps to de-identify to improve our speech services, such as recognition and translation.” It’s also worth to note that Microsoft is recording the audio only for the Skype translation, not the Skype audio and video calls. However, Cortana is recording everything, including all your questionable requests.
  9. Visual Studio 2019 Entorno de desarrollo integrado (IDE) completo para Android, iOS, Windows, la Web y la nube Professional IDE profesional adecuado para equipos pequeños Enterprise Solución completa y escalable para equipos de cualquier tamaño [Hidden Content]
  10. Microsoft Font Subsetting DLL suffers from a heap-based out-of-bounds read vulnerability in FixSbitSubTableFormat1. View the full article
  11. Microsoft Font Subsetting DLL suffers from a heap corruption vulnerability in MakeFormat12MergedGlyphList. View the full article
  12. Microsoft Font Subsetting DLL suffers from a heap-based out-of-bounds read vulnerability in WriteTableFromStructure. View the full article
  13. Microsoft Font Subsetting DLL suffers from a heap corruption vulnerability in ReadAllocFormat12CharGlyphMapList. View the full article
  14. Microsoft Font Subsetting DLL suffers from a heap corruption vulnerability in ReadTableIntoStructure. View the full article
  15. Microsoft Font Subsetting DLL suffers from a heap corruption vulnerability in FixSbitSubTables. View the full article
  16. Microsoft Font Subsetting DLL suffers from a double free vulnerability in MergeFormat12Cmap / MakeFormat12MergedGlyphList. View the full article
  17. Microsoft Font Subsetting DLL suffers from a heap-based out-of-bounds read vulnerability in GetGlyphIdx. View the full article
  18. The Microsoft Font Subsetting DLL (fontsub.dll) is a default Windows helper library for subsetting TTF fonts. It has an issue where it returns a dangling pointer via MergeFontPackage. View the full article
  19. Microsoft Windows 10 AppXSvc Deployment Service suffers from an arbitrary file deletion vulnerability. View the full article
  20. Microsoft Windows suffers from a PowerShell unsanitized filename command execution vulnerability. View the full article
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  22. Microsoft Windows 7 Build 7601 (x86) local privilege escalation exploit. View the full article
  23. Microsoft Windows Task Scheduler suffers from a local privilege escalation vulnerability. The Windows MMC auto-elevates members of the 'administrators' group via the GUI and MMC snap-ins (via mmc.exe) automatically elevate without prompting UAC potentially leading to unintentional elevation of privilege. View the full article
  24. On Microsoft Windows, the RPCSS Activation Kernel RPC server's security callback can be bypassed resulting in elevation of privilege. View the full article
  25. An elevation of privilege vulnerability exists in Microsoft Windows when the Win32k component fails to properly handle objects in memory. This affects Windows 7, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows RT 8.1, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2019, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 10, Windows 10 Servers. This Metasploit module is tested against Windows 10 v1703 x86. View the full article