Windows 11 and KB5013943, what’s new? All details

May 2022 Patch Tuesday brings the cumulative update KB5013943 for Windows 11. It closes dozens of security vulnerabilities and fixes bugs. We also have a little novelty.

KB5013943 targets PCs running Windows 11. It is offered through the Windows Update service. You can also get it manually from the Microsoft Update Catalog portal.

The installation allows the operating system to evolve into version 22000.675. This number is important as it provides a quick and easy way to ensure the process was successful. To find it, just run “winver.exe” in “Run” (WIN+R).

KB5013943 and Windows 11, what’s new?

As part of Patch Tuesday, one of the areas of focus is security. We find the correction of 44 vulnerabilities, 6 of which are classified as critical. CVE-2022-21972 and CVE-2022-23270 allow remote code execution related to the “point-to-point tunneling” protocol, while CVE-2022-26931 allows elevation of privilege in Windows Kerberos. CVE-2022-26923 is also an Elevation of Privilege vulnerability. It affects the Active Directory Domain Services. CVE-2022-26937 is a remote code execution vulnerability in Windows Network File System and CVE-2022-22017 is a remote code execution vulnerability in Remote Desktop Client.

We have a little news. The temperature is now displayed above the weather icon in the taskbar.

Fixed several issues with video subtitles (partial truncation and problematic alignment), as well as a bug that prevented using the minimize, maximize, and close buttons of maximized application windows. Among the many other fixes we can mention the solution of a memory leak problem that affects Windows systems used 24 hours a day, every day of the week. Microsoft explains that it also fixed a problematic but fortunately very rare bug. It is the cause of Windows 11 stuck. The boot process stops on the start screen for tens of minutes.

Finally we have the resolution of bugs related to the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) functions and concerns with the DHCP protocol (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) and a bug at the origin of a Kerberos authentication failure.

On the other hand warning. Several problems arose during the testing phase.

Windows 11 and KB5012643, the problems multiply

They are usually corrected, but let’s be careful. Microsoft says it fixed an issue that caused some .NET Framework 3.5 applications to fail. The affected software uses optional .NET Framework 3.5 components such as: B. Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow (WWF) components. The second long-awaited patch fixes a bug in Safe Mode that can cause display problems. They affect elements such as File Explorer, the Start menu or the taskbar

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