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Microsoft’s Windows 10 KB4549951 April Patch Tuesday update is causing several major problems for PCs that have it installed.
Since March Patch Tuesday earlier this month, Windows Defender has been skipping random files during full and quick scans.
Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday accidentally leaked details of a bug in Server Message Block (SMB) that has been described as wormable.
Microsoft says March Patch Tuesday fixed 115 vulnerabilities, including 26 that are deemed critical, and 3 RCE vulnerabilities.
Windows 10 users who have installed this month’s Patch Tuesday are complaining of missing desktop files and boot problems.
Microsoft has rolled out February 2020 Patch Tuesday with 99 security fixes, including 12 that were rated critical.
Microsoft’s November Patch Tuesday has made 74 fixes, including one for an Internet Explorer zero-day that has already been exploited.
Microsoft has rolled out a small October 2019 Patch Tuesday with no zero-days, just 59 bug fixes and only nine deemed critical.
Microsoft has acknowledged an audio problem in Windows 10 caused by this month’s Patch Tuesday. A new fix will be issued this month.
Microsoft has rolled out its September Patch Tuesday, issuing a total of 80 fixes, including 17 that were deemed to be critical.
August was a busy month of Windows patches, away from Microsoft’s normal Patch Tuesday, including fixes for Visual Basic problems.
July 2019 Patch Tuesday was a big one, with 77 vulnerabilities fixed this month. Microsoft also solved two already-exploited zero-day flaws.
Security researchers have discovered a major flaw in Windows NTLM authentication protocol that affects all Windows versions.
Unfortunately, a patch for the fifth zero-day published by SandboxEscaper will not arrive until later, Microsoft confirmed.
A Patch Tuesday update issue affecting some anti-virus software on older Windows generations has spread to Windows 10.
Microsoft says its Patch Tuesday rollup includes fixes for two vulnerabilities in Windows that have been actively exploited.
Microsoft rolled out updates for Office through Patch Tuesday yesterday, but did not document the changes and seems to have sent out duplicate patches.
Last week’s Patch Tuesday event dealt with dozens of issues across Windows versions. However, it also caused the following problems.
Microsoft’s Feb. 2019 Patch Tuesday brought fixes to Windows 10 October 2018 Update and April 2018 Update, while also fixing the broken Windows Update.
A security researcher who discovered a Microsoft Edge flaw has published a proof-of-concept for the vulnerability.