Subject: General Tech | November 29, 2018 - 02:15 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: patch, terror, microsoft, windows 10
The seemingly endless barrage of patches attempting to patch the issue the previous patches attempt to patch after needing a patch to patch the patch ... continues ad nauseam. If you are running Server 2016 or Windows 10 1709 or newer then you are about to receive a gift you probably don't want; though one fix in Server 2016 is worth it as it fixes something that left many technically inclined people, including The Register, scratching their heads.
You should consider a setting a shortcut to "About your PC" to keep tabs on your Windows version as Win10 has made this necessary for the first time. Case and point, Windows 10 1703 is no longer receiving updates unless you are running Enterprise or Education versions, so unless you install one of the roll ups, you ain't even getting basic security updates!
"Tucked innocuously among a swathe of fixes ranging from dealing with Russian time zone changes to fixing wobbly Hyper-V servers is the text: "Addresses an issue in File Explorer that sometimes deletes the permissions of a shared parent folder when you delete the shared child folder."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Dell forces password reset on customers after cyber attack but tells them five whole days later @ The Inquirer
- Guru3D Rig of the Month - November 2018
- Oh my chord! Sennheiser hits bum note with major HTTPS certificate cock-up @ The Register
- Biggest Rivalries in Computing History @ TechSpot
- Mass router hack exposes millions of devices to potent NSA exploit @ Ars Technica