Windows 10: CVE-2019-1181, do I have it?

Discus and support CVE-2019-1181, do I have it? in Windows 10 Updates and Activation to solve the problem; How can I tell if CVE-2109-1181 and CVE-2019-1182 security updates have been installed on my system? I have Windows update active and I've checked... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Updates and Activation' started by Caramelo, Aug 14, 2019 at 11:27 AM.

  1. Caramelo Win User

    CVE-2019-1181, do I have it?


    How can I tell if CVE-2109-1181 and CVE-2019-1182 security updates have been installed on my system? I have Windows update active and I've checked update history but see nothing listed for that.

    I believe these updates deal with RCE vulnerabilities.

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  2. microsoft June 2019 Security Updates

    Release Notes

    June 2019 Security Updates

    Release Date: June 11, 2019

    The June security release consists of security updates for the following software:

    Adobe Flash Player

    Microsoft Windows

    Internet Explorer

    Microsoft Edge

    Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office Services and Web Apps

    ChakraCore

    Skype for Business and Microsoft Lync

    Microsoft Exchange Server

    Azure

    Please note the following information regarding the security updates:

    A list of the latest servicing stack updates for each operating system can be found in ADV990001. This list will be updated whenever a new servicing stack update is released. It is important to install the latest servicing stack update.

    Windows 10 updates are cumulative. The monthly security release includes all security fixes for vulnerabilities that affect Windows 10, in addition to non-security updates. The updates are available via the Microsoft Update Catalog.

    Updates for Windows RT 8.1 and Microsoft Office RT software are only available via Windows Update.

    For information on lifecycle and support dates for Windows 10 operating systems, please see Windows Lifecycle Facts Sheet.

    In addition to security changes for the vulnerabilities, updates include defense-in-depth updates to help improve security-related features.

    The following CVEs have FAQs with additional information and may include * further steps to take after installing the updates. Please note that this is not a complete list of CVEs for this release.

    ADV190015

    ADV990001

    CVE-2019-0904

    CVE-2019-0905

    CVE-2019-0906

    CVE-2019-0907

    CVE-2019-0908

    CVE-2019-0909

    CVE-2019-0948

    CVE-2019-0968

    CVE-2019-0974

    CVE-2019-0977

    CVE-2019-0990

    CVE-2019-1009

    CVE-2019-1010

    CVE-2019-1011

    CVE-2019-1012

    CVE-2019-1013

    CVE-2019-1015

    CVE-2019-1016

    CVE-2019-1023

    CVE-2019-1031

    CVE-2019-1032

    CVE-2019-1033

    CVE-2019-1034

    CVE-2019-1035

    CVE-2019-1036

    CVE-2019-1039

    CVE-2019-1046

    CVE-2019-1047

    CVE-2019-1048

    CVE-2019-1049

    CVE-2019-1050

    CVE-2019-1081

    Known Issues

    KB Article Applies To

    4493730 Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2 Servicing stack update

    4503027 Exchange Server 2019, Exchange Server 2016

    4503028 Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3, Exchange Server 2013

    4503263 Windows Server 2012 (Security-only update)

    4503267 Windows 10, version 1607, Windows Server 2016

    4503276 Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2 (Monthly Rollup)

    4503279 Windows 10, version 1703

    4503284 Windows 10, version 1709

    4503285 Windows Server 2012 (Monthly Rollup)

    4503286 Windows 10, version 1803

    4503290 Windows 8.1 Windows Server 2012 R2 (Security-only update)

    4503291 Windows 10

    4503292 Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 (Security-only update)

    4503293 Windows 10, version 1903

    4503327 Windows 10, version 1809, Windows Server 2019

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  3. Bill Smithers, Aug 14, 2019 at 11:30 AM
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  4. CVE-2019-1181, do I have it?

    Microsoft February 2019 Security Updates

    Release Notes

    February 2019 Security Updates

    Release Date: February 12, 2019

    The February security release consists of security updates for the following software:

    Adobe Flash Player

    Internet Explorer

    Microsoft Edge

    Microsoft Windows

    Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office Services and Web Apps

    ChakraCore

    .NET Framework

    Microsoft Exchange Server

    Microsoft Visual Studio

    Azure IoT SDK

    Microsoft Dynamics

    Team Foundation Server

    Visual Studio Code

    Please note the following information regarding the security updates:

    A list of the latest servicing stack updates for each operating system can be found in ADV990001. This list will be updated whenever a new servicing stack update is released. It is important to install the latest servicing stack update.

    Windows 10 updates are cumulative. The monthly security release includes all security fixes for vulnerabilities that affect Windows 10, in addition to non-security updates. The updates are available via the Microsoft Update Catalog.

    Updates for Windows RT 8.1 and Microsoft Office RT software are only available via Windows Update.

    For information on lifecycle and support dates for Windows 10 operating systems, please see Windows Lifecycle Facts Sheet.

    In addition to security changes for the vulnerabilities, updates include defense-in-depth updates to help improve security-related features.

    The following CVEs have FAQs with additional information and may include * further steps to take after installing the updates.

    ADV190003

    ADV190007 *

    ADV990001

    CVE-2019-0540 *

    CVE-2019-0600

    CVE-2019-0601

    CVE-2019-0602

    CVE-2019-0615

    CVE-2019-0616

    CVE-2019-0619

    CVE-2019-0621

    CVE-2019-0628

    CVE-2019-0635

    CVE-2019-0636

    CVE-2019-0643

    CVE-2019-0648

    CVE-2019-0658

    CVE-2019-0660

    CVE-2019-0661

    CVE-2019-0664

    CVE-2019-0669

    CVE-2019-0676

    CVE-2019-0686 *

    CVE-2019-0724 *

    CVE-2019-0741

    Known Issues

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