Welcome to the June edition of Microsoft Patch Tuesday Summary. In this edition there are 16 updates; 5 are marked "Critical" and 11 are rated "Important". A total of 36 CVE's (Common Vulnerability and Exposure) were fixed over 16 bulletins this month. One of the Critical update MS16-063 is a Internet Explorer (IE 9 to 11) patch. This single update resolves 7 CVE's (Common Vulnerability and Exposure) and is the highest profile bulletin of the month.
Here is a list of Security bulletins which were rolled out in today's Patch Tuesday release.
Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer
Cumulative Security Update for Microsoft Edge
Cumulative Security Update for JScript and VBScript
Vulnerability in Microsoft Office Could Allow Remote Code Execution
Vulnerability in Windows DNS Server Could Allow Use After Free
Vulnerability in Microsoft Windows Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
Vulnerability in Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
Vulnerability in Microsoft Graphics Component Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
Vulnerability in Windows SMB Server Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
Vulnerability in Windows NetLogon Could Allow Remote Code Execution
Vulnerability in Windows WPAD Proxy Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
Vulnerability in Windows Diagnostic Hub Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
Vulnerability in Microsoft Exchange Could Allow Information Disclosure
Vulnerability in Microsoft Windows PDF Could Allow Information Disclosure
Vulnerability in Windows Active Directory Could Allow Denial of Service
Vulnerability in Windows Search Component Could Allow Denial of Service
Tracking Microsoft Vulnerability Patches 2016
As shown in the chart above, number of vulnerabilities which were patched this month is same than that of previous month's where 36 vulnerabilities were patched. As we do every month, we’ve released a signature update #2740 to address vulnerabilities fixed in this month's patches. Happy patching!