A vulnerability in the Windows Adobe Type Manager Font Driver (ATMFD.dll) used by Microsoft Windows could allow a local attacker to gain elevated privileges on a targeted system.
The vulnerability is due to improper memory operations that are performed by the affected software. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by accessing the system and executing an application that submits malicious input to the affected software. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to execute arbitrary code and compromise the system completely.
Microsoft confirmed the vulnerability and released software updates.
|Windows 7||for 32-bit systems (SP1) | for x64-based systems (SP1)|
|Windows 8.1||for 32-bit Systems (Base) | for x64-based Systems (Base)|
|Windows Server 2008||Datacenter Edition (SP2) | Datacenter Edition, 64-bit (SP2) | Itanium-Based Systems Edition (SP2) | Enterprise Edition (SP2) | Enterprise Edition, 64-bit (SP2) | Essential Business Server Standard (SP2) | Essential Business Server Premium (SP2) | Essential Business Server Premium, 64-bit (SP2) | Standard Edition (SP2) | Standard Edition, 64-bit (SP2) | Web Server (SP2) | Web Server, 64-bit (SP2)|
|Windows Server 2008 R2||x64-Based Systems Edition (SP1) | Itanium-Based Systems Edition (SP1)|
|Windows Server 2012||Original Release (Base)|
|Windows Server 2012 R2||Original Release (Base)|
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