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Microsoft’s new Security Updates Guide

November 9th 2016 in Updating your computer

Microsoft have released a preview of their new single destination for security vulnerability information, the Security Updates Guide. Instead of publishing bulletins to describe related vulnerabilities, the new portal lets you view and search security vulnerability information in a single online database.

I quite like the Software Update Summary.

Microsoft will continue to publish bulletins while also adding information to the new Guide until January 2017. After that, information will only be published to the Guide.


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