[HackerNews] First Patch Tuesday of 2022 Brings Fix for a Critical ‘Wormable’ Windows Vulnerability

Microsoft on Tuesday kicked off its first set of updates for 2022 by plugging 96 security holes across its software ecosystem, while urging customers to prioritize patching for what it calls a critical “wormable” vulnerability.
Of the 96 vulnerabilities, nine are rated Critical and 89 are rated Important in severity, with six zero-day publicly known at the time of the release. This is in

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