[German]The Zero-Day Initiative (ZDI) has published a list of five unpatched vulnerabilities (0-days). Fortunately, most of the vulnerabilities are rather harmless and should not be fixed until June or July.
In May 2020 Microsoft's reduced patch frequency took effect for the first time (see Microsoft suspends optional Windows Updates from May 2020). The following tweet caught my eye immediately.
Zero-Day Initiative (ZDI) has published this week summary details about five Windows zero-days.
These appear to be the most harmless 0-days in the history of 0-days, so no need to panic… and most likely the reason MSFT didn't hurry to patch themhttps://t.co/aD5PM2xKoN pic.twitter.com/Etjy990fct
— Catalin Cimpanu (@campuscodi) May 24, 2020
The Zero-Day Initiative (ZDI) lists vulnerabilities in Windows for which Microsoft has not yet provided updates. Some of the vulnerabilities have only just become public. Microsoft has announced that they will not patch the vulnerabilities immediately (the risk of exploitation is considered low), so ZDI is now making them public.
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