Microsoft rolls out four updates for Windows 10 build 10061

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Ahead of the BUILD conference in San Francisco, Microsoft is rolling out four new updates specifically for Windows 10 build 10061. These are just security updates, two of them has been released to address several vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer and Adobe Flash Player, while the remaining two updates are security updates, which the company hasn’t described what they actually fix in Windows 10.

KB3049508 deals with vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer. This security advisory contains additional security-related information.

KB3038314 is a cumulative security update for Internet Explorer that fixes vulnerabilities that could allow remote code execution if a user views a specially crafted webpage in Internet Explorer.

KB3060435 and KB3060429 are the remaining two updates, but Microsoft hasn’t released what they fix.

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