Updating msn explorer

Most Microsoft Windows (ab)users probably welcome the monthly ritual of applying security updates about as much as they look forward to going to the dentist: It always seems like you were there just yesterday, and you never quite know how it’s all going to turn out.

Fortunately, this month’s patch batch from Redmond is mercifully light, at least compared to last month.

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Windows phone handsets running Windows 10 Mobile received an operating system update today.

Referred to as the May 14, 2019—KB4500154 Update, this update brings the Windows 10 Mobile operating system to build number 15254.566.

“It is highly likely that at least one of these vulnerabilities will be quickly weaponized, and patching should be prioritized for all Windows systems.” Fortunately, Remote Desktop is disabled by default in Windows 10, and as such these flaws are more likely to be a threat for enterprises that have enabled the application for various purposes.

You can follow any comments to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. those that get exploited by cybercriminals before an official patch is available — there are several issues that merit attention.Chief among those are patches to address four moderately terrifying flaws in Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Service, a feature which allows users to remotely access and administer a Windows computer as if they were actually seated in front of the remote computer.On the one hand, it’s nice Microsoft gives us a predictable schedule when it’s going to release patches. For all other Windows OS users, if you’d rather be alerted to new updates when they’re available so you can choose when to install them, there’s a setting for that in Windows Update.On the other, Windows 10 will by default download and install patches whenever it pleases, and then reboot the computer. Secondly, it doesn’t hurt to wait a few days to apply updates.

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