Microsoft's silence over unprecedented patch delay doesn't smell right
Canceling Patch Tuesday at the last minute warrants an explanation, not platitudes.
Dan Goodin - Mar 16, 2017 7:46 pm UTC
Last month, Microsoft took the unprecedented step of canceling Patch Tuesday, the company's monthly release of security fixes for its large stable of software products. The move meant that customers had to wait 28 days to receive updates that fixed vulnerabilities that allowed hackers to completely hijack computers and networks.
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