[HackerNews] Microsoft Issues Patches for Actively Exploited Excel, Exchange Server 0-Day Bugs

Microsoft has released security updates as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday release cycle to address 55 vulnerabilities across Windows, Azure, Visual Studio, Windows Hyper-V, and Office, including fixes for two actively exploited zero-day flaws in Excel and Exchange Server that could be abused to take control of an affected system.
Of the 55 glitches, six are rated Critical and 49 are rated as

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