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Microsoft Security Update Guide For January 2018

Microsoft released new security updates today. Both Critical and Important Updates have been released. Updates include those for Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Windows Server, .NET Framework, Adobe Flash, and others.

Microsoft also released an updated version of the Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool on Windows Update, Microsoft Update, Windows Server Update Services, and the Download Center.

January 2018 Security Update Release Notes

Once again, this month's update releases are displayed in the new Security Updates Guide format which replaces the Microsoft Security Bulletins.

Microsoft Security Updates for January 2018

In addition, Microsoft released a number of updates for Microsoft Office.

January 9, 2018, updates for Microsoft Office

Hope this helps.

Grif

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This old chestnut keeps doing the rounds.

The best securiy product is you. Paid v free etc. If you think any one will totally keep you safe think again. You can get by with Windows Defender and Windows Firewall. That said, if you torrent, visit bad sites etc, all bets are off. Cry
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