Windows 10: Microsoft fixes six critical security flaws affecting Users

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Microsoft has deployed a security update to fix some Windows vulnerabilities, including one that allowed to take control of the PC. Microsoft fixes six critical security flaws affecting Users

Windows 10: Microsoft fixes six critical security flaws affecting Users
Windows 10: Microsoft fixes six critical security flaws affecting Users

It’s tradition, an second Tuesday of each month, Microsoft provides its Windows users a security patch (Patch Tuesday) . Deployed this Tuesday, April 12, it corrects a particularly critical flaw that affected the vast majority of users and allowed to take control of their installation. Microsoft says that this flaw that concerns all users of Windows Vista to Windows 10 was not exploited and no concerning the attack was reported. This flaw, far from being minor, allowed to create new user accounts with administrator rights and thus to install programs or view all data on the affected system. To do this, it was necessary to lure the user into opening a media file “contaminated”. Microsoft also like to correct the breach “Badlock” considered “critical” that affects the SMB protocol (network communication protocol) . Finally, patches for Internet Explorer / Microsoft Edge (Windows 10) and Adobe Flash for Windows 8.1 were released.  Microsoft fixes six critical security flaws affecting Users

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