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Retina Vulnerability Audits – August 2014 Patch Tuesday

Posted August 12, 2014    BeyondTrust Research Team

The following is a list of Retina vulnerability audits for this August 2014 Patch Tuesday:

MS14-043 – Vulnerability in Windows Media Center Could Allow Remote Code Execution (2978742)
34924 – Microsoft WMC Remote Code Execution (2978742)

MS14-044 – Vulnerabilities in SQL Server Could Allow Elevation of Privilege (2984340)
34915 – Microsoft SQL Server Multiple Vulnerabilities (2984340) – 2008
34916 – Microsoft SQL Server Multiple Vulnerabilities (2984340) – 2008R2
34917 – Microsoft SQL Server Multiple Vulnerabilities (2984340) – 2012
34918 – Microsoft SQL Server Multiple Vulnerabilities (2984340) – 2014
34919 – Microsoft SQL Server Multiple Vulnerabilities (2984340) – 2008 x64
34920 – Microsoft SQL Server Multiple Vulnerabilities (2984340) – 2012 x64
34925 – Microsoft SQL Server Multiple Vulnerabilities (2984340) – 2008R2 x64

MS14-045 – Vulnerabilities in Kernel-Mode Drivers Could Allow Elevation of Privilege (2984615)
34914 – Microsoft KMD Elevation of Privilege (2984615) – KB2982791
34921 – Microsoft KMD Elevation of Privilege (2984615) – KB2976897

MS14-046 – Vulnerability in .NET Framework Could Allow Security Feature Bypass (2984625)
34927 – Microsoft .NET ASLR Bypass (2984625) – .NET 2.0 SP2
34928 – Microsoft .NET ASLR Bypass (2984625) – .NET 3.0 SP2
34929 – Microsoft .NET ASLR Bypass (2984625) – .NET 3.5 KB2966825
34930 – Microsoft .NET ASLR Bypass (2984625) – .NET 3.5 KB2966827
34931 – Microsoft .NET ASLR Bypass (2984625) – .NET 3.5 KB2966826
34932 – Microsoft .NET ASLR Bypass (2984625) – .NET 3.5 KB2966828
34933 – Microsoft .NET ASLR Bypass (2984625) – .NET 3.5.1 KB2937610
34934 – Microsoft .NET ASLR Bypass (2984625) – .NET 3.5.1 KB2943357

MS14-047 – Vulnerability in LRPC Could Allow Security Feature Bypass (2978668)
34913 – Microsoft LRPC ASLR Bypass (2978668)

MS14-048 – Vulnerability in OneNote Could Allow Remote Code Execution (2977201)
34912 – Microsoft OneNote Remote Code Execution (2977201)
34935 – Microsoft OneNote Remote Code Execution (2977201) – x64

MS14-049 – Vulnerability in Windows Installer Service Could Allow Elevation of Privilege (2962490)
34911 – Microsoft Windows Installer Elevation Privilege (2962490)

MS14-050 – Vulnerability in Microsoft SharePoint Server Could Allow Elevation of Privilege (2977202)
34926 – Microsoft SharePoint Server Elevation of Privilege (2977202)

MS14-051 – Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (2976627)
34922 – Microsoft Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (2976627)
34923 – Microsoft Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (2976627) – IE8/2003
34937 – Microsoft Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (2976627) – IE8 Other

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