Microsoft issues some Windows security patches in February after all

21st February 2017  By Wayne Williams


Patch Tuesday occurs on the second Tuesday of every month, and is when Microsoft releases security patches for all supported versions of Windows.


However, due to a “last minute issue,” Microsoft was unable to push out the patches for February, and made the decision to delay them until next month, a move that understandably didn’t go down all that well with customers, and even led to Google publishing details of an unpatched Windows bug.


While the majority of security patches won’t be released until March’s Patch Tuesday rolls around, Microsoft has taken the decision to issue some Flash patches for Edge and Internet Explorer, and these will be arriving today.


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