[SecurityWeek] Microsoft Patch Tuesday: Windows Flaw Under Active Attack

The zero-day attacks against Microsoft’s software products continue to pile up with a new warning from Redmond about a zero-day attack hitting a security defect in the Windows Update Medic Service.

The zero-day flaw, documented as CVE-2021-23948, is rated “important” with a CVSS base score of 7.8.

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