Microsoft was closed mouthed yesterday about why it postponed the month security updates, but a patch expert argued that it was probably due to one of more problems with the company update service infrastructure, not a single flawed fix. Something is broken in the infrastructure, in Windows Update or the [Microsoft Update] Catalog, is my guess, said Chris Goettl, product manager at patch management vendor Ivanti, formerly Shavlik. Goettl contended that a back end snafu was the most likely cause...

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