On Tuesday June 14, Microsoft released 16 bulletins for Windows that address 44 vulnerabilities. At least 5 of the bulletins are branded as critical because some of the vulnerabilities associated with them can be used to carry out what is known as remote code execution. One of the experts mentions that users who run their Domain Name Server (“DNS”) and Active Directory on the same server should be especially wary. Read more here at Threatpost.
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