Tag Archives: Updates
As an owner of an Android or iOS mobile device, you get a certain amount of security updates. If you are questions which platform is better suited for security patches, here’s a small overview might help you.
[German]As of November 13, 2018, Microsoft released numerous security updates for Windows clients and servers, Office, etc. Here is a compact overview.
[German]A brief information for administrators who update Windows Server 2016 via WSUS (or SCCM). Starting this month, Microsoft will roll out Express Updates again.
[German]As of October 9, 2018 (second Tuesday of the month, Patchday at Microsoft), Microsoft has released several security updates for supported Microsoft Office versions and products such as Sharepoint.
[German]Microsoft has released the updates KB4295110 and KB4023057 for Windows 10 on August 9, 2018. Here is some information.
[German]Microsoft has released a number of new updates for Windows 10 on July 16, 2018. Here is an overview of this Windows 10 updates, that fixes a couple of known issues from older July 10, 2018 updates.
[German]Let’s ask a short question to blog readers who work with a WSUS. Did you observe the effect in the last few days that a lot of updates suddenly expired?
[German]Beside the revised Security Update Advisory, mentioned within the blog post PSA: Microsoft Security Update Releases January 5, 2018, Microsoft released also a 2nd Security Advisory Notification, detailling security revisions related to ‘speculative execution side-channel‘ mitigation.
[German]A German blog reader informed me a day ago about a strange issue. He was no more able to retrieve Microsoft KB articles from the update history in Internet Explorer. After some investigation we found out, that Microsoft is in … Continue reading
[German]In addition to updates for Windows 10, Microsoft also released various critical (security) updates for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 8.1 and the corresponding server versions as of January 3,2018. These also address the Intel CPU vulnerability. Here is an … Continue reading