In September 2019, a design flaw was discovered in the Wi-Fi Offload Engine (WOFF) key management initialization code in the Wi-Fi Shell API. This was rated as high, and impacted both operating systems. Microsoft rated this as a critical vulnerability, and issued three security vulnerability patches: kitipwd_v2_client_audio_play, kitipwd_v2_server_audio_play, and kitipwd_v2_server_audio_pause.
The Windows Bootstrap files are patched version of a security vulnerability, CVE-2019-0407, that existed in MS16-095 (kangax/conchango). The vulnerability affects the Windows kernel (i.e., the system's core operating environment) and other core applications that use the same bug. The attack vector is an untrusted command injection vulnerability in Windows. The exploit code includes a Windows express client/server binary, named BoastfulDocker, was used to check the potential impact of the vulnerability by downloading a particular file. When the patch was installed, the BoastfulDocker binary was not removed and stayed in Windows, affecting future updates and potentially causing the system to crash.]
Apple released Mac OS X 10.12 Mojave in September 2019. This included a known vulnerability in the WebKit-based browser, the Safari browser; this flaw was also present in the OS and vulnerable browsers Apple had not previously released fixes for.
The First Fundamental Belief, Assumed Authority has been modified in recent years. Where once "The Holy Scriptures are the Word of God" was used, the current statement is "The Holy Scriptures contain God's truth; they are inerrant in their original manuscripts; they were written by men as inspired by the Holy Spirit." d2c66b5586