Still Relying on WSUS? Here’s Why You Can’t

Still Relying on WSUS? Here’s Why You Can’t In one of the worst patch rollouts in Windows history, Microsoft’s surprise zero-day patch for IE was released, but not released, then pushed sporadically, but only in preview, and never explained. Microsoft’s Patch Disaster Last week, Microsoft ordered users to immediately download an “emergency” out-of-band security patch…

Rare Red Hat Critical Update

Linux Patches Security Concerns with Firefox Almost at urban legend status, Red Hat rarely rates updates as critical. Well, it’s not myth now, as an update is available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and 7. With a CVSS score of 8.8, we are recommending this update be actioned quickly. An important fact to note,…

Top 10 Most Out-of-Date Programs

Millions of PCs Are Running Outdated Versions of Popular Software 55% of all programs worldwide are out-of-date It is 2019, and millions of computers still either have at least one outdated application installed or run outdated operating systems, making themselves vulnerable to online threats and known security vulnerabilities/exploits. Many outdated applications, including frameworks and tools,…

WSUS Can’t Handle This

Microsoft Releases Fix for Patch Tuesday Blunder When Patch Tuesday rolled out earlier this month, it came with an unexpected problem. Two updates, KB4480970 and KB4480960, created network shares accessing errors. Patch deployment strategies had to be halted and the update required removal. Now, Microsoft has released a new update, KB4487345, that should fix the…