Windows 10 update KB4010319 fixes a critical PDF security vulnerability

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If you often work with PDF files, you should download and install update KB4010319 on your Windows 10 computer as soon as possible because it fixes a critical security vulnerability within PDFs that allows for remote code execution. Attackers using specially crafted online PDF content or specially crafted PDF documents could execute codes on your computer from a remote server using this vulnerability. KB4010319 is also available on Windows 8.1 computers as well.

The following articles contain more information about KB4010319 as it relates to individual product versions:

You can install KB4010319 though Windows Update. Keep in mind that if you install a language pack after you install this update, you must reinstall the update. If possible, install any necessary language packs before installing this update.

For more information about this PDF vulnerability, you can check out Microsoft’s Security Bulletin MS17-009.

This month’s Patch Tuesday edition brings a long list of important updates. In order to keep your system secure, we recommend you install the available update packs as soon as possible.

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