What you need to know about Microsoft Office 365 outage
Posted On August 4, 2021
Google is rolling out an update to Office 365 on Thursday, June 26 that includes a fix for a security vulnerability that could allow attackers to access data stored in cloud storage.
The update, which Google says will be available through the Microsoft Edge web browser, was released on June 17, according to Microsoft.
It affects users of Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, Windows Phone 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2, and the Windows Embedded platform.
Microsoft says that the update resolves the issue that could lead to a remote code execution vulnerability in Microsoft Edge, a feature that lets users manage the browsing experience in an online space.
Microsoft says that this is the first vulnerability to be fixed for Office 365 in a month.
The Office 365 Security Team, an advisory group responsible for the release, also said that users are encouraged to update their browsers to the latest version.
The update is available in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update and is available through an update on Microsoft’s Edge browser.
Microsoft Office 365 is a suite of software designed to provide users with access to online services like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.