Microsoft to Releases 64 fixes on This April's Super Tuesday

While March brought Microsoft users only 3 bulletins aimed at fixing 4 vulnerabilities, April will bring on a whopping 17 bulletins designed to fix 64 unique vulnerabilities including 9 critical bulletins, 8 listed as important, 6 are can enable remote code execution, 1 could provide privilege escalation, and the last could cause information disclosure. Finally, 7 of the bulletins scheduled will include mandatory restarts of the OS with several others that could possibly restart the OS.

Including nine bulletins for critical updates, each with the ability to execute code remotely

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