Microsoft – DNS – “Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability” – CVE-2020-1350 – Remediation – Application – Patch

Background

Patching the DNS Vulnerability via application code.

Lineage

  1. Microsoft – DNS – “Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability” – CVE-2020-1350 – Remediation – Configuration – Registry
    Link

Remediation

Microsoft

Advisory

Documentation

The advisory for the Security vulnerability is available @

Security Update Guide > Details
CVE-2020-1350 | Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
Security Vulnerability
Published: 07/14/2020 | Last Updated : 07/15/2020
MITRE CVE-2020-1350
Link

Supported OS

In the advisory the OSes that can be patched are listed.

The list includes

  1. 2008
    • Windows 2008
    • Windows 2008-R2
  2. 2012
    • Windows 2012
    • Windows 2012-R2
  3. 2016
    • Windows 2016
  4. 2019
    • Windows 2019

Patches

OS Patch – 2016

Our OS is MS Windows 2016, and the OS specific patch is KB4565511.

Artifacts

  1. Microsoft
    • Microsoft Update Catalog

Files

KB4565511.file.01.20200722.1253PM

Explanation

Please choose the cumulative update that models your OS:-

  1. Windows 10 Version 1607
    • x86
    • x64
  2. Windows Server 2016

 

Download

Please download the msu patch from the link listed above.

Apply Patch

Images
Image – Searching for updates on this computer

KB4565511.searchingForInstallsForThisPatch.01.20200722.0118PM.PNG

Image – already installed on this computer

KB4565511.alreadyInstalled.01.20200722.0118PM.PNG

 

References

  1. Microsoft
    • MSRC – Microsoft Security Response Center
      • CVE-2020-1350
        Link
    • Microsoft | Support
      • June 9, 2020—KB4561616 (OS Build 14393.3750)
        Link

 

 

 

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