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Microsoft Fixes 66 Bugs in April Patch Tuesday Release

That’s when Microsoft released an out-of-band fix for a Windows vulnerability introduced with the January Patch Tuesday update. If exploited, the bug could allow an authenticated attacker to install programs, access stored data or create new accounts with full user rights on Windows 7 and Server 2008 …

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Get the March patches for your Windows machines installed, but watch out for Win7

The Word 2016 security patch demands that you first install the Word 2016 non-security patch, or Word refuses to open files. That bug hasn’t been fixed. Windows 8.1/Server 2012R2 escaped relatively unscathed. Server 2008 got a fix for its buggy patch, KB 4090450, on April 3. But Windows 7… ah, …

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Windows 7 KB4099950 fixes NIC settings and IP address issues

As a result, Microsoft rolled out a new update for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 to fix these problems. KB4099950 is a maintenance update to fix the problems with the virtual network adapters caused by the security updates of Patch Tuesday in March. The bug was replacing …

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Windows 7 users! After Meltdown comes Total Meltdown!

KB 4100480 kicked off the two days from patching purgatory with a Windows 7/Server 2008R2 kernel update for CVE-2018-1038, the “Total Meltdown” bug Microsoft introduced in Win7 back in January. Total Meltdown, you may recall, is a huge security hole implemented by all of these Microsoft security …

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Windows patches for Total Meltdown, bluescreens, an IP stopper — and little documentation

KB 4100480 kicked off the two days from patching purgatory with a Windows 7/Server 2008R2 kernel update for CVE-2018-1038, the “Total Meltdown” bug Microsoft introduced in Win7 back in January. Total Meltdown, you may recall, is a huge security hole implemented by all of these Microsoft security …

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