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Microsoft has released a new batch of updates for all supported versions of Windows 10 and the patch has addressed a vulnerability found in Internet Explorer. The new patch is also available on Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) devices.

The Windows 10 October 2018 Update users will get KB4483235 and those who are using Windows 10 April 2018 Update will receive KB4483234.

Windows 10 KB4483235 (Build 17763.195)

Installing KB4483235 on Windows 10 October 2018 Update advances the devices to Build 17763.195. The update will be downloaded automatically and a reboot is required to finish installation of the patch.

Windows 10 17763.195 is available via Windows Update and you can install it now by checking for updates manually from the Settings page. There are no issues in this update and you won’t notice any other improvements. If you’re interested, you can also grab the offline installers from the Microsoft’s Update Catalog page here.

Windows 10 KB4483234 (Build

Windows 10 version 1803 (April 2018 Update) gets KB4483234 and it advances the PCs to Build 17134.472.

This patch is also available via Windows Update and you can grab it from the Microsoft’s Update Catalog page here.

The customers still using Windows 10 Fall Creators Update or older can also download the cumulative updates.

Internet Explorer vulnerability

The security researchers discovered a vulnerability in Internet Explorer that would allow the attackers to take full control of the system. The scripting engine memory corruption vulnerability affects Internet Explorer on Windows 10 October 2018 Update and older.

It’s not easy to exploit the vulnerability as a user would need to use Internet Explorer to visit a malicious website specifically created to exploit the flaw.

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