KB5034119 for Windows 10 version 1607

KB5034119 is the monthly cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1607. This update was released on 9 January 2024 under the ‘Patch Tuesday’ project.

KB5034119 has also been released for Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2016 Server Core installation. You can find more information about the KB5034119 for Windows Server 2016 on the relevant page.

Salient points

  • KB5034119 is for Windows 10 version 1607 for January 2024. The update is available for x86 and x64 platforms. This update supersedes KB5033373.
  • KB5034119 corresponds to Windows 10 build 14393.6614.
  • KB5033373 corresponds to Windows 10 build 14393.6529.
  • KB5032391 is the Servicing Stack Update corresponding to KB5032197 and KB5033373 for Windows 10 version 1607. The SSU is available separately for x86 and x64 platforms.
  • KB5032391 was released in November 2023. There has been no new release for the Servicing Stack Update in December 2023 and January 2024.
  • 24 security vulnerabilities affect Windows 10 version 1607 for x64 and x86 architectures.
  • One security vulnerability has a ‘CRITICAL’ severity level. It could lead to ‘Security Feature Bypass’ attacks.

Download KB5034119 for Windows 10 version 1607

KB5034119 for Windows 10 version 1607 can be deployed through one of the following automated processes:

  • Windows Update
  • Windows Update for Business
  • WSUS or Windows Server Update Services

WSUS is the most preferred method to patch Windows 10 workstations with the latest cumulative updates.

For automated deployments, the Servicing Stack Update is installed automatically prior to the installation of the KB5034119 cumulative update. There is no system reboot after deploying the Servicing Stack Update.

KB5034119 can be applied on Windows 10 version 1607 in a manual approach. For this, you will need to follow a two-step process.

  1. Download and install the Servicing Stack Update KB5032391 on Windows 10 version 1607.
  2. Download and install KB5034119 cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1607.

We have shared both steps below.

You could download the offline installer files for the Servicing Stack Update and the cumulative update from the Microsoft Update Catalog site. Or, you could use the download links shared below to download the .MSU file directly.

Once you have installed the Servicing Stack Update, you can proceed with the installation of KB5033373 on Windows 10 version 1607. The download links for KB5034119 are specified below.

When you deploy KB5034119 on Windows 10 version 1607, your system will reboot or restart.

All changes of KB5033373 are included in KB5034119. If you did not install KB5033373, you can skip and install KB5034119. The SSU KB5032391 will be automatically installed as part of the KB5034119 cumulative update.

Vulnerabilities

Windows 10 version 1607 for x64 and x86 systems are affected by 24 security vulnerabilities. One of these vulnerabilities is a ‘CRITICAL’ vulnerability with the potential of the ‘Security Feature Bypass’ attacks.

The vulnerability is shared below.

CVE detailsCVSSSeverityImpactDescription
CVE-2024-206749.0CRITICALSecurity Feature BypassThe authentication feature could be bypassed as this vulnerability allows impersonation.

An authenticated attacker could exploit this vulnerability by establishing a machine-in-the-middle (MITM) attack or other local network spoofing technique, then sending a malicious Kerberos message to the client victim machine to spoof itself as the Kerberos authentication server.

KB5034119 for Windows 10 version 1607 – Changelog

The following changes are part of the KB5034119 cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1607:

  • This update addresses an issue that affects the ActiveX scroll bar. It does not work in IE mode.
  • This update addresses security issues for your Windows operating system. 

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Rajesh Dhawan

Rajesh Dhawan is a technology professional who loves to blog about smart wearables, Cloud computing and Microsoft technologies. He loves to break complex problems into manageable chunks of meaningful information.