There were almost no patches from Microsoft in February, and the ones that were released haven’t caused any problems.
So it makes a lot of sense to apply those few patches now, since… who knows what could happen next.A tiny Windows 7 security patch was released in January, and there were no Windows 7 patches at all in February. Meanwhile, the list of problems is growing; two zero-day exploits in IE and Edge were confirmed in February—the gdi32.dll heap boundary error and the CSS token sequence/JavaScript table header bug.

The vulnerability that caused SMBv3 protocol crashes hasn’t been fixed, either. So there is likely a lot of stuff ready to hit the fan.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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