The June issue of MicrosoftPatch Tuesday contains fixes for around 50 vulnerabilities, including seven zero days – six of which were exploited in the wild.
“Two of those zero days that Kaspersky discovered were associated with. used Google Chrome and were the root of a chain of exploits in highly targeted attacks against multiple companies last April, “said Bharat Jogi, senior manager, vulnerability and threat research for security vendor Qualys.
The vulnerabilities ranged from errors in remote code execution (RCE), denial-of-service problems, privilege escalation and memory corruption.
In his Analysis of the patches, Qualys notes that most of the fixes address vulnerabilities in various Adobe products, including Acrobat Reader, Photoshop, Creative cloud Desktop application, After Effects, and more.
The patches also addressed the last of the four vulnerabilities that could have been exploited to put malicious code in Microsoft Excel and