Microsoft has rolled out fixes for its Windows operating system and other software components to remediate major security shortcomings as part of Patch Tuesday updates for June 2023.
Of the 73 flaws, six are rated Critical, 63 are rated Important, two are rated Moderated, and one is rated Low in severity. This also includes three issues the tech giant addressed in its Chromium-based Edge browser.
It’s worth noting that Microsoft also closed out 26 other flaws in Edge – all of them rooted in Chromium itself – since the release of May Patch Tuesday updates. This comprises CVE-2023-3079, a zero-day bug that Google disclosed as being actively exploited in the wild last week.