Known Vulnerabilities for Windows 10 by Microsoft

Listed below are 10 of the newest known vulnerabilities associated with the software "Windows 10" by "Microsoft".

These CVEs are retrieved based on exact matches on listed software and vendor information (CPE data) as well as a keyword search to ensure the newest vulnerabilities with no officially listed software information are still displayed.

Data on known vulnerable versions is also displayed based on information from known CPEs

Known Vulnerabilities

CVE Shortened Description Severity Publish Date Last Modified
CVE-2021-41347 Windows AppX Deployment Service Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Not Provided 2021-10-13 2021-10-14
CVE-2021-41343 Windows Fast FAT File System Driver Information Disclosure Vulnerability This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2021-38662. Not Provided 2021-10-13 2021-10-13
CVE-2021-41342 Windows MSHTML Platform Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Not Provided 2021-10-13 2021-10-13
CVE-2021-41340 Windows Graphics Component Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Not Provided 2021-10-13 2021-10-13
CVE-2021-41338 Windows AppContainer Firewall Rules Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability Not Provided 2021-10-13 2021-10-13
CVE-2021-41336 Windows Kernel Information Disclosure Vulnerability Not Provided 2021-10-13 2021-10-13
CVE-2021-41335 Windows Kernel Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Not Provided 2021-10-13 2021-10-13
CVE-2021-41334 Windows Desktop Bridge Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Not Provided 2021-10-13 2021-10-13
CVE-2021-41332 Windows Print Spooler Information Disclosure Vulnerability Not Provided 2021-10-13 2021-10-13
CVE-2021-41331 Windows Media Audio Decoder Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Not Provided 2021-10-13 2021-10-13

Known Affected Configurations (CPE V2.3)

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MicrosoftWindows 1020h2AllAllAll
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MicrosoftWindows 1020h2AllAllAll
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MicrosoftWindows 1020h2AllAllAll
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MicrosoftWindows 102004AllAllAll
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MicrosoftWindows 102004AllAllAll
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MicrosoftWindows 102004AllAllAll
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MicrosoftWindows 101909AllAllAll
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MicrosoftWindows 101909AllAllAll
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MicrosoftWindows 101909AllAllAll
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MicrosoftWindows 101903AllAllAll
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Popular searches for Windows 10


Microsoft’s new Windows 10 taskbar widget starts rolling out today

www.theverge.com/2021/4/22/22397237/microsoft-windows-10-taskbar-weather-news-widget-feature-available-now

H DMicrosofts new Windows 10 taskbar widget starts rolling out today Microsofts new Windows 10 taskbar widget starts rolling out - The Verge Email Microsoft is starting to roll out its biggest change to the Windows taskbar in years. A new weather and news taskbar widget will be available in Windows 10 starting today, offering weather information directly in the Windows taskbar. The widget also expands to include a feed of news, stocks, sports, and weather information. The mini-feed of content only appears when you activate the widget, and it can be fully personalized with the latest sports news, headlines, and weather information. Microsoft is using its Microsoft News network to surface news and content from more than 4,500 sources, and the company will use AI to learn what news is relevant to you when you dismiss or like stories in the feed. The taskbar widget includes a feed of news. Image: Microsoft If you dont care about this new widget, then its easy to disable, or you can simply keep the weather information appearing in the taskbar. This new widget will start rolling out today to those who opt into the April 2021 cumulative update preview for Windows 10, and broader availability will happen over the next few weeks as the May Windows security update starts rolling out. If you dont see the taskbar widget straight away, youll need to wait until the optional cumulative update preview is available for the version of Windows 10 youre running. The latest version 20H2 doesnt have the necessary patch available yet, so the vast majority of Windows 10 users wont see the new widget yet. But the taskbar widget is currently available on an older version of Windows 10 1909, released in November 2019 if you install the KB5001396 preview. Its a little confusing, but well publish a method to enable the taskbar widget early if its possible to do so in the coming days. Microsoft has been testing this taskbar widget since January, and its surprising to see it appear early ahead of the companys planned 21H1 and 21H2 updates to Windows 10 this year. Microsoft is in the final stages of testing for the 21H1 update, which is expected to launch next month, but this new taskbar widget will be available to Windows 10 users running on version 1909 or above. Update, April 23rd 8:35AM ET: Article updated with additional details on which versions of Windows 10 can get the taskbar widget this week. Next Up In Tech Sign up for the newsletter Verge Deals Subscribe to get the best Verge-approved tech deals of the week. Email required By signing up, you agree to our Privacy Notice and European users agree to the data transfer policy. Loading comments...

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Windows 10

Windows 10 is a series of operating systems developed by Microsoft and released as part of its Windows NT family of operating systems. It is the successor to Windows 8.1, released nearly two years earlier, and was released to manufacturing on July 15, 2015, and broadly released for the general public on July 29, 2015. Windows 10 was made available for download via MSDN and Technet, and as a free upgrade for retail copies of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users via the Windows Store.

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