Microsoft Confirms New Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Crashes
Following the latest Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 10 devices might crash with a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD).
BSOD Crashes Caused By New Windows 10 Updates
Microsoft released three Windows 10 patches to resolve critical bugs as part of their monthly Patch Tuesday release. These patches have been tested, and following our release process, we observed issues where Blue Screens of Death (BSOD) may occur.
This has been witnessed independently and Microsoft has released an emergency notice. The alert states that an issue has been identified when printing in win32kfull.sys and may impact different printer manufacturers.
The following patches are impacted:
KB5000802 Windows 10, version 2004 and 20H2
KB5000808 Windows 10, version 1909
KB5000822 Windows 10, version 1809
What You Should Do
Tuearis remains committed to assist customers who have been impacted by this BSOD disruption. We are not pushing these patches out to clients until we can verify that Microsoft has remedied the issue.
A mature Threat and Vulnerability Management program must be able to locate and remediate vulnerabilities, but also able to identify and reverse issues that may be caused by software providers. Contact us today to see how we can help mature your TVM and Patch Management programs so that you can REST SECURED.