Cumulative update issued on Tuesday loads incorrect user profiles and resets desktop and Start menu
Flaw in crypt32.dll file that handles core cryptographic functions in Windows' CryptoAPI so serious users have been urged to patch straightaway
Thirteen vulnerabilities are rated as 'critical'
Fifteen of this month's 77 vulnerabilities are rated as 'critical'
Microsoft releases unexpected patch for Windows 7, Windows XP and Windows 2003 to fix 'wormable' flaw
Surprise patch for Windows XP among 16 Microsoft updates to address 79 CVE-listed vulnerabilities in latest Patch Tuesday
Adobe has also released seven updates fixing 43 security flaws - but Shockwave will remain unpatched against seven critical vulnerabilities
Patch Tuesday: Microsoft issues fixes for 39 vulnerabilities, including a zero-day already being exploited by hacking groups
Hacking groups FruityArmor and SandCat have already made use of the privilege escalation bug
Microsoft issues new fix to fix its shonky patches
And there's a monster bunch of Adobe Acrobat and Flash bug fixes, too
Strap yourself in for an "intense" Patch Tuesday
More Windows 10 nagware being sneaked into Microsoft updates
Patch now or be vulnerable as hackers get to work on coding exploits
It's that time of the month, again
This week also saw Acer unveil two Windows 10 optimised devices
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"Pretty ho hum," but with important updates to disable the RC4 algorithm
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Shut down the PC early today, it's going to be updating for some time...
Adobe (finally) patches the security flaws exposed by the Hacking Team crack - while Oracle and Microsoft sneak out their Hacking Team patches
'Tradition' established during the time of Windows 98 to be discontinued with Windows 10
Microsoft fixes long-standing flaw in Windows that enabled Stuxnet worm in its latest Patch Tuesday - but problems emerge with new security patch
Windows Server 2003 to remain unpatched against major year-old flaw due to effort required to fix it
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Bug fixes will fix two critical security flaws - but Windows XP users will be left vulnerable