True to its appointment with the second Tuesday of each month, Microsoft released security updates for Windows 10 and Windows 11 for the month of June yesterday, updates that fix all security problems and flaws in both Windows and from other Microsoft applications.
It goes without saying that, if we want our computer to remain secure, the first thing we should do as soon as we turn on the computer is access Windows Update to download them. Microsoft has released a total of 95 security patches, 73 of which correspond to Microsoft products while the rest are related to non-company applications that affected the security of both Windows 10 and Windows 11.
If our version of Windows 10 is 21H2, we must begin to consider the possibility of upgrade to Windows 10 22H2, since this is the last patch that addresses the security issues of that version in all versions, from Home to Pro, so if we want to continue receiving updates, it is time to update to the latest version of Windows 10 available or otherwise, our team is completely unprotected against any new vulnerability that is detected, both by Microsoft and by third parties. Both Windows 10 and Windows 11 have fixed a vulnerability that affected the Windows kernel associated with code CVE-2023-32019.
Fixed vulnerabilities in Windows 10 21H2 and 22H2
In both version 21H2 and version 22H2, 29 critical vulnerabilities have been fixed, 4 classified as critical and 25 as important, most of them related to remote code execution that allowed computers to be infected. In addition, a problem has also been corrected when copy, save and attach files in 32-bit applications.
Also fixed a vdenial of service violation on Windows Hyper-V, the Windows platform for creating virtual machines. If we want to know more information about these vulnerabilities, then we show you the references together with the links to the Microsoft website.
Security updates for Windows 11
Regarding the vulnerabilities that have been fixed with the release of the June security update, we have to talk about version 21H2 on the one hand and version 22H2 on the other. In version 21H2, 29 vulnerabilities have been fixed, 4 critical and 25 important, which are exactly the same as those detected in Windows 10 versions 21H2 and 22H2.
In the most recent version of Windows 11, version 22H2, the total number of vulnerabilities that have been detected and fixed is 31 in total, 4 considered critical and 27 important. In addition to the kernel-related one mentioned above, a Registry-related compatibility issue has also been fixed.