Windows 10 receives cumulative KB50004237 for security improvements

Windows 10 receives cumulative KB50004237 for security improvements

The Redmond giant is testing the KB5004237 update with Windows 10 Insider on the beta and release preview channels. Now after passing the test a. comes as upgrade cumulative For all versions of Windows 10.

What’s New in Windows 10 Patch KB50004237?

The KB5004237 patch enhances the versions of Windows 10 in 2004, 20H2 and 21H1, to build 19041.1110, 19042.1110 and 19042.1110, respectively. This patch includes the following improvements:

  • Fixed an issue that could make printing difficult on some printers. This problem affects many makes and models, but mainly receipt or label printers that are connected via USB ports.
  • Removed configuration support Performance Ticket SignatureS And enable application mode for CVE-2020-17049 permanently. For more information and steps to enable full security on domain controller servers, see CVE-2020-17049 . Change Deployment Management for Kerberos S4U.
  • Added encryption protection for Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) CVE-2021-33757. For more information, see KB5004605.
  • Fixed a vulnerability where key refresh tokens are not highly encrypted. This issue may allow the token to be reused until the token expires or is renewed. For more information about this issue, see CVE-2021-33779.
  • Windows Application Security Updates, Windows Administration, Windows Fundamentals, Windows Authentication, Windows User Account Control (UAC), Operating System Security, Windows Virtualization, Windows Linux, Windows Kernel, Windows Engine Microsoft Scripting, Windows HTML Platform, Windows MSHTML Platform and Windows Graphics .

Cumulative Update Known Issues

  • Devices with Windows installations created from custom offline media or custom ISO images may lose the Microsoft Edge legacy after upgrading and without replacement by the new Microsoft Edge. This issue only occurs when creating ISO images or custom offline media by integrating this update into the image without first installing the Independent Servicing Stack (SSU) update released on or after March 29, 2021.
    • To avoid this problem, be sure to embed an SSU released on or after March 29, 2021 into a custom offline media or ISO image before embedding the LCU. To do this with the SSU and LCU combo packages now used for Windows 10 version 20h2 and Windows 10 version 2004, you will need to remove the SSU from the combo package.
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