Critical Update Confusion

When Rebooting Is Not The Answer

Happy Wednesday, (Well as happy as an Wednesday can be I guess…) I was prompted by a user that their machine was behind on updates as were many others as they tried updating from the web and got lots of updates.  I did some checking and all the updates looked to be fairly recent within the last month but were listed as Critical level updates.  This confused me as I have critical level updates deploying more often than once a month to not get behind on security vulnerabilities as Microsoft patches them.  After some research I realized there is a difference between Critical level severity and Critical level update classifications.  Microsoft defines Critical Updates as “A widely released fix for a specific problem that addresses a critical, non-security-related bug.”  So just because it’s in the critical update classification it may not have an severity level of critical.  In fact critical…

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