On this episode of the My TechDecisions Podcast, we speak with Dustin Childs, senior communications manager at Zero Day Initiative, to discuss Microsoft’s July 2022 Patch Tuesday security updates.
Microsoft has released patches for 84 security vulnerabilities in its IT products for its July Patch Tuesday release, including an actively exploited Windows Client Server Runtime Subsystem (CSRSS) bug that could allow an attacker to execute code as SYSTEM.
According to security researchers at Zero Day Initiative (ZDI), Microsoft’s July Patch Tuesday release fixes security problems in Windows, Windows Azure components; Microsoft Defender for Endpoint; Microsoft Edge (Chromium-based); Office and Office Components; Windows BitLocker; Windows Hyper-V; Skype for Business and Microsoft Lync; Open-Source Software; and Xbox.
Use the player below to hear Childs talk about which patches IT admins should prioritize, and read more about the July 2022 Patch Tuesday here.
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