Microsoft Products

Microsoft released updates to address 54 vulnerabilities in multiple products. The updates include patches for 19 critical vulnerabilities, some of which could allow a remote threat actor to execute code and gain control of the impacted system. Affected software includes: ASP .NET, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office Web Apps, Microsoft PowerShell, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Microsoft SharePoint Enterprise Server, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Windows Server, Microsoft .NET Framework, Kerberos, and HoloLens. The NJCCIC recommends all users and administrators review Microsoft's July 2017 Security Update Guideand Release Notes and apply the necessary updates as soon as possible.