The patches address a handful of speculative execution flaws, but they won't be rolled out automatically via Windows Update. Users need to identify their CPUs and download them manually.
The vulnerability, which affects Intel CPUs released before Q4 2018, lets attackers trigger selective data leaks by exploiting a processor's cache eviction feature.
The data includes "Google searches, lookups of locations and GPS coordinates on Google Maps, people visiting companies' LinkedIn pages, particular YouTube videos, and people visiting porn websites."
Users are urged to update to Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition 20.1.1, which patches out four severe vulnerabilities related to ATIDXX64.DLL.
Today's "Patch Tuesday" updates include a crucial fix for a serious Windows vulnerability related to crypt32.dll, which allows attackers to spoof digital certificates and more.
When GameStream is enabled, an "attacker with local system access can corrupt a system file, which may lead to denial of service or escalation of privileges."
Users are being asked to stay vigilant, as the database could be used "for phishing and spam, particularly via SMS."