During March’s patching bout, Microsoft has made available fixes for 21 common security and non-security-related vulnerabilities. None of the exploits on the Patch Tuesday March list bore severity scores or impact levels.
Patch Tuesday March 2022 Roundup
As previously stated, all the fixes delivered by Microsoft revolved around common issues. This month’s Patch Tuesday brought several adjustments for the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge such Use-after-free in Omnibox, heap buffer overflow in ANGLE, heap buffer overflow in CAST UI, inappropriate implementation in HTML pages, out of bounds memory access in Mojo, type confusion in Blink layout, data leak in Canvas, out of bounds memory access in WebXR, and more.
March Highlights in Vulnerabilities. List of all Fixes.
Below, you will find the redacted list of all security and non-security-related vulnerabilities that have been addressed by Microsoft during Patch Tuesday March.
Name of Vulnerability
CVE-2022-0809 Chromium: CVE-2022-0809 – Out of bounds memory access in WebXR CVE-2022-0808 Chromium: CVE-2022-0808 – Use after free in Chrome OS Shell CVE-2022-0807 Chromium: CVE-2022-0807 -Inappropriate implementation in Autofill CVE-2022-0806 Chromium: CVE-2022-0806 – Data leak in Canvas CVE-2022-0805 Chromium: CVE-2022-0805