MICROSOFT’S December 2016 PATCH RELEASES

Latest Patch Releases

MICROSOFT’S December 2016 PATCH RELEASES Microsoft have released 12 new Patch Tuesday releases for deployment this month of December. See how you can remove the risk of patch deployment by adding SnaPatch to your SCCM patching infrastructure? MS16-144 – Critical Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (3204059) This security update resolves vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer. The most severe of the vulnerabilities could allow remote…

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MICROSOFT’S September 2016 PATCH RELEASES

Latest Patch Releases

MICROSOFT’S September 2016 PATCH RELEASES Well after a horrible last month for patches causing issues (KB3176934 breaks Windows 10 Powershell , KB3179575 causing authentication issues with Windows 2012 servers, and KB3177725 & KB3176493 causing printing issues), we are all hoping that this month’s release doesnt cause any problems. If you want to avoid issues with patch deployment, and to facilitate a quick roll back should any windows…

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KB3176934 breaks Windows 10 Powershell

Latest Patch Releases

KB3176934 breaks Windows 10 Powershell Not sure what is happening this month with the August releases of patches by Microsoft. There have already been two other known issues caused by a few security patches, Microsoft patches KB3177725 & KB3176493 causing printing issues and Microsoft Patch KB3179575 causing authentication issues with Windows 2012 servers. They have released a fix for the printing issue problem (KB3187022), but we havent had…

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Deploying a Zero Day Exploit Update Fix with Microsoft SCCM 2012

Patch Management

Deploying a Zero Day Exploit Update Fix with Microsoft’s SCCM 2012  Zero Day Exploit Overview So what exactly is a Zero Day Exploit you ask? To be exact, a Zero Day Exploit is a vulnerability that is found that a possible Hacker can use to exploit and use for malicious or personal intent. The Vendor (software or hardware) has Zero Days to plan, mitigate…

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