Security Update Guide

Security Update Guide v2

Continuing to Listen: Good News about the Security Update Guide API!

Based on user feedback we have simplified programmatic access to the security update data by removing the authentication and API-Key requirements when using the CVRF API. You will no longer have to log in to obtain a personal API key to access the data. We’re happy to make this valuable public information more freely available …

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Security Update Guide v2

Security Update Guide Supports CVEs Assigned by Industry Partners

Hi Folks, This month we are introducing a new data element for each CVE in the Security Update Guide, called Assigning CNA.  First let me back up a bit and give some information about the CVE program. The purpose of a CVE is to uniquely identify a cybersecurity vulnerability.  The CVE program was started back …

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Security Update Guide v2

Security Update Guide: Let’s keep the conversation going

Hi Folks,   We want to continue to highlight changes we’ve made to our Security Update Guide. We have received a lot of feedback, much of which has been very positive. We acknowledge there have been some stability problems and we are actively working through reports of older browsers not being able to run the new application. We really appreciate your feedback as we review these issues.  …

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Vulnerability Descriptions in the New Version of the Security Update Guide

With the launch of the new version of the Security Update Guide, Microsoft is demonstrating its commitment to industry standards by describing the vulnerabilities with the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS).  This is a precise method that describes the vulnerability with attributes such as the attack vector, the complexity of the attack, whether an adversary …

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Security Update Guide v2

New and improved Security Update Guide!

We’re excited to announce a significant update to the Security Update Guide, our one-stop site for information about all security updates provided by Microsoft. This new version will provide a more intuitive user experience to help protect our customers regardless of what Microsoft products or services they use in their environment. We’ve listened to your feedback and incorporated many …

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Taking your feedback on the Security Update Guide

The Security Update Guide has been in public preview since November 2016. This month marked our first release when security update information was published entirely in the new format. Over the last few months, customers and partners have provided a lot of feedback on the direction and implementation of the Security Update Guide.  As we …

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