Microsoft June 2024 Patch Tuesday Security Updates: Addressing Critical and Important Vulnerabilities

Giulio Saggin
Giulio Saggin
Tuesday 11 June 2024
Microsoft June 2024 Patch Tuesday Security Updates: Addressing Critical and Important Vulnerabilities
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Microsoft has released its June 2024 Patch Tuesday security updates, addressing a wide range of vulnerabilities across various platforms and services. This month's update resolves numerous critical and important security issues, enhancing the overall security posture for users and organizations. Below, we provide an overview of the resolved vulnerabilities, their severity, and the systems affected.

Key Highlights

Critical Vulnerabilities

  1. Windows Server Service:

    • CVE-2024-30080

      : A critical remote code execution vulnerability in Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) that could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code on the affected system.

Important Vulnerabilities

  1. Azure Services:

    • Azure Data Science Virtual Machines:

    • Azure File Sync:

    • Azure Monitor:

    • Azure SDK:

      • CVE-2024-35255

        : Elevation of privilege vulnerability in Azure Identity Libraries and Microsoft Authentication Library.

    • Azure Storage Library:

      • CVE-2024-35252

        : Denial of service vulnerability in Azure Storage Movement Client Library.

  2. Dynamics Business Central:

  3. Microsoft Edge (Chromium-based):

    • Multiple vulnerabilities in Chromium, such as use after free and heap buffer overflow, affecting components like Presentation API, WebRTC, Keyboard Inputs, Dawn, Streams API, and Media Session.

  4. Microsoft Office and Related Services:

  5. Windows Components:

  6. Visual Studio:

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