Microsoft Updates for October and bugs on the loose



Well, it’s been a bit since a post here, but if you haven’t already patch your systems with Microsoft update, as new updates were released yesterday. Incidents.org is reporting rumors of bugs in the wild. Everyone KNOWS the window between vulnerability and exploit is getting shorter and shorter, so if you have a windows system go forth and patch….


Brian over at The security fix has news of the 9 updates as well.

I hopefully will be keeping things a bit more updated here in coming weeks. It’s been a pretty busy stretch, but things may be settling down a bit again.

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