KB5017497 and KB5017024 .Net Framework update for Windows 11

KB5017497 Security patch for .NET Framework 4.8.1, 4.8, 3.5, KB5017024 for Windows 11 changes, fixes, and download links.

KB5017497 and KB5017024

Patch Tuesday, September 2022 puts forward 2 LCUs for .Net Framework for Windows 11. These are KB5017497 and KB5017024. Both patches for .Net Framework address an issue where an attacker could convince a local user to open a specially crafted file. Through this ‘file’, he could execute malicious code on an affected system whose details can be known from CVE-2022-26929. KB5017497 is for .Net Framework 4.8.1, 4.8, and 3.5.

KB5017024 is the Security patch for .NET Framework 4.8 and 3.5 for Windows 11 rolled out yesterday. Let’s see the details of both the releases –

KB5017024 and KB5017497 .Net Framework update for Windows 11

Here is the changelog –

1] KB5017497 for .Net Framework 4.8.1, 4.8 and 3.5

Changes and improvements

  • This security update addresses an issue where an attacker could convince a local user to open a specially crafted file that could execute malicious code on an affected system. For more information please see CVE-2022-26929.

Quality and Reliability Improvements

Navigate to the links 5017024 and 5017029 to get more details about KB5017024 and KB5017029.

Source – Release note.

2] KB5017024 for .Net Framework 4.8 and 3.5

This release is aimed to follow regular maintenance routines that carries cumulative reliability improvements in .NET Framework 4.8 and 3.5.

Quality and Reliability Improvements

Runtime – Addresses an issue regarding integer overflow exception in System.Windows.Forms.InputLanguage class.

You can get more knowledge about this update from 5017497.

Download links

  1. KB5017497 download link
  2. KB5017024 Download link

Source – Release note.

Note: These LCUs will automatically sync with WSUS if you configure them as follows:

Product:Windows 11

Classification: Security Updates

How to download KB5017497 or KB5017024 .Net Framework cumulative update and install on Windows 11

These cumulative updates have no known issues so you can install them without hesitation using the following steps –

Way-1: Through Automatic mode

  1. Go to Settings (Winkey+I) => Windows update and click on “Check for updates”.

Way-2: Via Manual method

  1. Click on the respective links given above to get to the Microsoft update catalog website for the Standalone files.
  2. Select Download against the link which supports your device.
  3. Click on the link from the pop-up page.
  4. Finally, double-click on .MSU file from your computer.

That’s all!!

 
  
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