Assurance Security Dashboard November 2020

RISK

Risk Associated with November 2020 Patch Tuesday Updates

Windows

12

CRITICAL

54

IMPORTANT

0

MODERATE

1

LOW

Browsers

4

CRITICAL

1

IMPORTANT

0

MODERATE

0

LOW

Development

0

CRITICAL

14

IMPORTANT

0

MODERATE

1

LOW

Adobe

0

CRITICAL

0

IMPORTANT

0

MODERATE

0

LOW

SECURITY Profile

0

DISCLOSED

0

EXPLOITED

Total updates:

112

Attention required:

1

  • CVE-2020-17087

Applications analysed:

55,534

Files scanned:

12,346,192

Registry entries scanned:

13,135,169

Internal scripts and package code lines scanned:

2,101,368

Malware scanning:

Enabled & active

Anti-virus:

Algorithmic and change detection active

Spyware scan:

Active

Alerts:

3

Actions:

Application updates required

CRITICAL

IMPORTANT

MODERATE

LOW

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