Read the newsletter this week, Microsoft patched a latent for 19 years, enough to be able to vote and get a driver’s license of the long “elders” loophole. Interestingly, this is a serious flaw, you can control the user’s computer without any signs of use cases.
The flaw apparently appeared in Windows 95, and you can use the IE 3.0 in VBScript remote use. Researchers X-force security research and development units from IBM in May last year reported the error.
Also this month, is the emergence of a serious flaw in Microsoft Secure Channel (Schannel) security technology can enable Windows SSL / TLS remote code execution vulnerability. Nobody knows this loophole, but in April this year and last month disclosed vulnerabilities appear Heartbleed Poodle loophole allowing SSL / TLS vulnerabilities become a concern.
SSL / TLS for e-commerce or other financial transactions is essential, as it provides secure, encrypted communications. These vulnerabilities, in some cases, can allow hackers to intercept and read the communication between the client (browser) and server.