Microsoft released 77 monthly security fixes across its varied product lines for February, including a Zero Day in Internet Explorer, which is already undergoing exploits.

The Zero Day has a case number of CVE-2019-0676. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could look for files on disk, Microsoft officials said.

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In addition, there are two vulnerabilities in the SMB (Server Message Block) protocol that can lead to remote code execution.

These holes have case numbers of CVE-2019-0630 and CVE-2019-0633. Attackers could can gain access to weakly secured networks after basic dictionary attacks.

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In addition, there’s also a remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2019-0626) in the DHCP server component included with Windows Servers.

Microsoft also patched CVE-2019-0686, which is also called PrivExchange. Proof-of-concept code for the PrivExchange vulnerability went out in January. The code exploited a bug in Microsoft Exchange 2013 and newer versions.

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