Patch Priority Index for September 2012
|APSB12-19||CVE-2012-4163, CVE-2012-4164, CVE-2012-4165|
|Oracle Security Alert||CVE-2012-4681, CVE-2012-1682, CVE-2012-0547|
|MS12-052||CVE-2012-1526, CVE-2012-2521, CVE-2012-2522|
|MS12-054||CVE-2012-1850, CVE-2012-1851, CVE-2012-1852|
|MS12-058||CVE-2012-1766, CVE-2012-1767, CVE-2012-1768|
|APSB12-17||CVE-2012-2043, CVE-2012-2044, CVE-2012-2045|
|APSB12-16||CVE-2012-1525, CVE-2012-2049, CVE-2012-2050|
Tripwire's September Patch Priority Index (PPI) brings together the top vulnerabilities from Microsoft, Adobe, and Oracle.
There is little change to the Patch Priority Index this month, mostly due to the smaller the usual Microsoft Patch Tuesday. As such, this month we see the same patches as last month combined with two new additions.
The first addition is APSB12-19, the out of band security advisory from Adobe addressing new vulnerabilities affecting Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Air. The second addition, which received quite a bit of press this month and warranted an unscheduled patch release from Oracle, was the new vulnerability affecting Java 7 which caused the release of an Oracle Security Alert that resolves a couple of new CVEs.