It’s usually better to wait when Microsoft releases its monthly updates to avoid potential problems. That’s true for March.
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Though there were a few rarified hiccups in last month's batch of patches from Microsoft, most users are good to go to install them.
Criminals fool victims into clicking on malicious links or assisting in financial theft by sending emails that mimic real senders and real companies.
Remote users in particular are vulnerable to coronavirus-themed phishing attempts, malicious domains and repurposed malware.
Delayed updates and a rush to support remote workers have forced IT and security teams to scramble. This advice will help deal with the crisis.
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