Windows security: Here's why we don't fix some bugs right away, Microsoft reveals | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Windows security: Here's why we don't fix some bugs right away, Microsoft reveals

The criteria revolve around two key questions: "Does the vulnerability violate a promise made by a security boundary or a security feature that Microsoft has committed to defending?"; and, "Does the severity of the vulnerability meet the bar for servicing?"

If the answer to both questions is 'yes', the bug will be patched in a security update, but if the answer to both is 'no', the vulnerability will be considered for the next version or release of the affected product or feature.

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