Given that 113 updates arrived for April‘s Patch Tuesday, IT admins have a lot to do. For older systems, Adobe font issues (CVE-2020-0938, CVE-2020-1020) will should get immediate attention. Changes to the Windows Scripting handler and the browser-based Chakra scripting engine may require some additional testing for in-house applications.
This month’s Office updates are relatively low impact unless you are running SharePoint server – which will then require a number of updates, leading to a server reboot. With three (so far) zero-days and a number of critical memory-related patches to Windows, my advice is: don’t panic. Patch older systems first. Test core applications for scripting dependencies and then schedule the remaining updates according to your normal update cycle.
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