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Windows JET Database Engine continues to be vulnerable to remote code execution bug after Microsoft released a patch in the October security updates rollout.
The vulnerability, now identified as CVE-2018-8423, was disclosed publicly by TrendMicro’s Zero Day Initiative program on September 20, before Microsoft could manage to include a fix.
Until Microsoft’s update, users could benefit from the protection of a micropatch – a temporary correction applied while the software is running – that became available from Acros Security 24 hours after the bug disclosure. When available, these interim fixes are delivered for free through the 0Patch platform.
New, interim in-memory fix available
According to Acros Security CEO Mitja Kolsek, Microsoft’s solution is not complete, and it only limits the vulnerability instead of eliminating it.
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