On June 13—five and a half weeks ago—Microsoft released a series of buggy patches for Outlook. We know they’re buggy because Microsoft acknowledged seven bugs (including one primarily caused by bugs in Windows patches) in those four original June 13 security patches. As of this morning, we still don’t have fixes for those seven bugs.
Here are the known buggy original security patches:
- KB 3191898 – Security update for Outlook 2007, released June 13, 2017
- KB 3203467 – Security update for Outlook 2010, released June 13
- KB 3191938 – Security update for Outlook 2013, June 13
- KB 3191932 – Security update for Outlook 2016, June 13
If you have Automatic Update turned on, you were treated not only to those patches, but to all of these three later, interim fixes for the bugs in the security patches. Don’t get too excited about them. In fact, they didn’t fix the bugs:
Source: Computerworld.com | Security