Today there are patches for no less than 19 vulnerabilities on Intel graphics drivers for Windows of various flavours. Sysadmins out there should also pay attention, as there are vulnerabilities specific to server chips as well, with patches for a variety of features up to and including the Trusted Execution Engine; if you are using a desktop chip with these features you should also pay attention. The only silver lining to this is that the vulnerabilities require an already compromised machine to be exploited … or physical access of course.
You can read through the synopsis of these CVEs over at The Register if you want to ruin your Thursday.
"Chipzilla's March patch dump is highlighted by fixes for 19 CVE-listed vulnerabilities in its graphics drivers for Windows. If you use Windows and have those drivers (and if you're running an Intel CPU with integrated GPU, you almost certainly do) you will want to patch sooner than later."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
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- Dropbox Now Limits Free Users To 3 Devices @ Slashdot
- It looks like Windows 10 Home can now defer updates for 35 days @ Ars Technica
- Two-Thirds of Android Antivirus Apps Are Total BS @ Slashdot
- Physicists Reverse Time Using Quantum Computer @ Slashdot
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