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Microsoft's May Patch Tuesday saw 55 security fixes compared to 108 tallied in the month of April. We are currently tracking 4 critical vulnerabilities, none of which are being exploited in the wild to the best of our knowledge and vendor communications.
Earlier in May, Mozilla released updates for a number of products including Firefox, Firefox ESR, and Thunderbird. You can view their latest security bulletins here. Adobe has also released a large number fixes for with a total of 25 critical CVEs.
To view all collateral we’ve created to support the current and past Patch Tuesday updates, check out the Automox Patch Tuesday Rapid Response Center.
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