Overview of Microsoft Windows Security Updates for August 2022 – Alive Techno

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Overview of Microsoft Windows Security Updates for August 2022
Overview of Microsoft Windows Security Updates for August 2022

On August 20, 2022, Microsoft released security and non-security updates for all supported client and server versions of Windows.

All of the security updates that Microsoft puts out include updates from the past. The updates are already available through Microsoft Windows Security Updates and other services that keep track of updates. Even though most Home systems will install them automatically at some point, some administrators may want to get them as soon as possible.

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Our summary of the Windows August 2022 Patch Tuesday patches is made for both system administrators and home users to use as a reference. It lists important information about the patches that have been released. It includes links to support pages and direct downloads, a list of known problems, and a list of updates that Microsoft has put out that are not security updates.

Updates for the security of Windows Security Updates: August 2022

The latest security updates for Windows and other company products are on the next Excel sheet. You can click on the link below to get it: Security updates for Microsoft Windows in August 2022

The Bottom Line

Microsoft released security updates for all client and server versions of Windows that are still supported.

.Net Core, Azure, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Windows Support Diagnostic Tool, Visual Studio, and other company products have security updates.

The KB5012170 security update fixes a flaw in Secure Boot DBX.

There are known bugs in the following Windows client versions: Windows 7, versions 20H2, 21H1, and 21H2, Windows 10, and Windows 11

There are known problems with the following versions of Windows Server: Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2019, Windows Server 2022, and Windows Server 20H2.

Changes and enhancements:

Speech and Network troubleshooters would not start when they were launched.

They fixed a problem that could have caused tokens to be lost from the Local Security Authority Server Service.

This problem affects devices with Windows updates released on or after June 14, 2022. This problem happens when the device does a specific service for the user (S4U) in a Windows service that is not part of the Trusted Computing Base (TCB) and runs as a Network Service.

Update enforces a hardware change that “requires printers and scanners that use smart cards for authentication to have firmware that complies with section 3.2.1 of RFC 4556.”

After August 9, 2022, no more workarounds will let non-compliant devices authenticate. The Active Directory domain controllers won’t let them in if they don’t follow the rules. For more information, see KB5004508.

Distribution of Operating Systems: Windows 7 (only for extended support): 29 vulnerabilities: 9 critical and 20 important

Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) — CVE-2022-35753 Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) — CVE-2022-35767 Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) — CVE-2022-35752 Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) — CVE-2022-35745

Windows 10 versions 20H2, 21H1, and 21H2 have 58 flaws, 12 of which are very serious and 46 of which are essential.

Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows Security Updates Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) — CVE-2022-35766 Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) — CVE-2022-35794 Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) — CVE-2022-35767 Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) — CVE-2022-35753

Products for Windows Server

Windows Server 2008 R2 (only for long-term support): 29 vulnerabilities: 9 critical and 20 important

Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) — CVE-2022-35753

Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) — CVE-2022-35767

Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) — CVE-2022-35752

Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Windows Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) — CVE-2022-35745

How to get the August 2022 security updates and put them in

Windows Security Updates devices that are not managed are set up to download essential security updates automatically. You can change the default settings, but most updates that fit into that group are downloaded automatically.

Organizations can send out updates with the help of update management systems like WSUS.

To check for updates by hand, do the following:

Click “Start,” type “Windows Update,” and then click “Windows Security Updates” on the list that comes up.

Choose “Check for Updates” to run a manual update check.

Direct downloads of updates

If you’d instead download the updates and install them by hand, the pages below have direct download links.

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