Microsoft, Google, Apple and Adobe issued dozens of security patches this week, including some that fixed critical zero-day vulnerabilities.
Chief among them are fixes to the Microsoft MSHTML remote code execution vulnerability that is being actively exploited, a patch that fixes an iOS bug in CoreGraphics that could allow remote code execution that is under exploitation and nine patches for Chrome to address nine vulnerabilities, two of which are under active attack.
In total, those four companies issued patches for 136 vulnerabilities this week, six of which are being actively exploited, according to Zero Day Initiative (ZDI), a software vulnerability initiative maintain by Trend Micro.
Microsoft patches for MSHTML bug, other RCE flaws
Microsoft’s patches fix 66 vulnerabilities,…