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This week in security: In the latest update to the NSA’s CVE-2016-5187 vulnerability database , Microsoft has added two new vulnerabilities to the list of vulnerabilities found in Microsoft Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 10, and Windows Server 2016.
Microsoft said in a blog post on Wednesday that the new vulnerabilities have been added because the vulnerabilities could have been discovered by an attacker with malicious intent.
This week’s update also includes a security fix for CVE-2017-8591 , which is the “rootkit” vulnerability.
Microsoft has patched CVE-2018-1048 and CVE-2019-0952 in the CVE-2020-0564 and CVE, 2019-0819, and CVE2-2018 vulnerabilities.
On Friday, Microsoft announced that the CVEs it added this week will go live for users of Windows Server, Windows OS X, and Mac OS X Server 10.5 and 10.6, but only for the latest versions of these operating systems.
In addition, Microsoft also released the full list of fixes for CVEs in the security update for CVE 2016-5191 and CVE 2016_5191_A, CVE 2016__5191, CVE2016_5192, CVE2025, CVE2158, CVE2260, CVE2332, CVE2405, CVE2538, CVE2601, CVE2721, CVE2918, CVE3037, CVE3103, CVE3500, CVE3632, and the full CVE list, which includes all the CVE fixes released by Microsoft.