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The cumulative updates KB5021255 and KB5021234 for Windows 11 have been issued


In addition to issues regarding performance, Microsoft has released cumulative updates for Windows 11 with the designations KB5021255 and KB5021234 for versions 22H2 and 21H2, respectively. These updates are for versions 21H2 and 22H2 respectively. These upgrades address twenty-nine separate issues all together. These upgrades are designed to fix any potential vulnerabilities in the system that may have been detected.

Because they contain the security fixes that were made available on the second Tuesday of December 2022, it is imperative that the cumulative updates KB5021255 and KB5021234 be installed. The vulnerabilities that had been discovered during the previous few months were addressed with the publication of these updates.

These advancements to security include a remedy for a vulnerability that was actively being exploited and sidestepped the security warnings supplied by the Mark of the Web. Specifically, the vulnerability allowed an attacker to circumvent the warnings. To be more specific, the vulnerability gave a potential attacker the option to ignore the warnings. Threat actors have taken use of the vulnerability to spread malicious software that instals ransomware on Windows computers and devices so that they can steal users’ data. These efforts were fruitful in the end.

You may install the most recent update for Windows 11 by navigating to the Start menu, clicking on Settings, clicking on Windows Update, and then clicking on the ‘Check for Updates’ option at the bottom of the window that opens after doing so. This will bring up the Windows Update window.

The cumulative updates KB5021255 and KB5021234 for Windows 11 have been issued