Microsoft Patches Critical Flaws in Windows, Internet Explorer

October 14, 2015


The six security bulletins released by for address more than 30 affecting Windows, Internet Explorer, , and .

One of the bulletins rated critical is MS15-106, which resolves a total of 14 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer. The list of includes memory corruption, privilege escalation, information disclosure, and VBScript and JScript ASLR bypass issues impacting Internet Explorer and the scripting engine.

The most serious of the security holes patched with this bulletin can be exploited by a remote attacker for arbitrary code execution by tricking the targeted user into viewing a specially crafted webpage via Internet Explorer.

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