Microsoft: the first Patch Tuesday without Patch

Today is Patch Tuesday for Microsoft software and operating system users but apparently it is only Tuesday without Patches. No, do not imagine that the company's products did not have a security gap. Barely…

Microsoft has published a laconic announcement on its unusual situation:Patch Tuesday

"Our first priority is to provide the best possible experience to our customers to maintain and protect their systems. This month, we discovered a last-minute issue that could affect some customers and was not resolved in time for our scheduled upgrade today. ”

"After considering all the options, we decided to delay this month's updates. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this change. "

This may be the first time the company has released the regular updates from Patch Tuesday since security patches began releasing every second Tuesday of the month.

As Zack Whittaker of ZDNet says, the current delay means that there is no correction so far for the SMB bug to close the gap that exploits a exploit already in circulation.

Microsoft has modified the update schedule since last year, but the second Tuesday of the month remains the scheduled scheduled Tuesday for updates or as it is for years known as Patch Tuesday.

This day's updates, security or not, are coming for all Microsoft products, especially the most used ones: Windows, Office, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge. It remains to be seen the exact reason for the delay, which we will probably find out after the release of the updates… Until then sail safe…

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