Updating to window xp
Microsoft this week rolled out its monthly security update, which includes fixes for 96 CVEs in Windows, Skype, Office, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Edge.This massive wave of releases provided updates for unsupported services Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.There is also be a “health checking” component added that’s already used by Windows Server 2008 which can check to make sure that certain upgrades and security features are in place for XP-based clients before they are allowed to log onto a network.
Windows® XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) includes all previously released updates for the operating system.Customers with automatic updates enabled do not need to take additional action; those updating older platforms should patch as soon as possible.A few key fixes enterprise users should focus on include CVE-2017-8543, a patch that covers a Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows OS.we have taken action to provide additional critical security updates to address vulnerabilities that are at heightened risk of exploitation due to past nation-state activity and disclosures," writes Eric Doerr, general manager for Microsoft's Security Response Center.
Of the issues addressed in this release, 18 are rated Critical, 76 are Important, one is rated Moderate, and one is of Low severity.
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