Microsoft Reissues Outlook Patch After Reported User Crashes

Well, let's hope this one works.

Microsoft rereleased a security update for Microsoft Outlook after users reported bugs after installing, including system crashes.

Security update KB3097877, which was originally released with Microsoft's monthly security patch on Tuesday, was part of "critical" bulletin MS15-115 and aimed at addressing issues in all supported versions of Windows that could lead to remote code execution attacks through compromised fonts embedded in malicious Web sites.

Shortly after release, many users started complaining that Outlook (specifically Outlook 2010 and 2013) was running into problems when encountering HTML-embedded messages. One user found the root of the issue and alerted users on a TechNet forum.

Read more and see if you want the patch.

Last modified on Monday, 23 November 2015 10:29

Da Boss!

Website: www.digitalsmind.com Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Latest Content

  • ASUS B250 Mining Expert LGA 1151 Motherboard - supports up to 16x GPU, Mining Mode BIOS Optimization
    Written by

    Da Boss!

    ASUS B250 Mining Expert LGA 1151 Motherboard - supports up to 16x GPU, Mining Mode BIOS Optimization Ya know, if I was that into Mining I would…
  • CCleaner for Windows "Hacked" - Hackers Hid Backdoor
    Written by

    Da Boss!

    CCleaner for Windows "Hacked" - Hackers Hid Backdoor Welp...I'm s****! I use CCleaner all the time. So much…
    Read more...
  • Introducing Project “Honolulu”, our new Windows Server management experience
    Written by

    Da Boss!

    Introducing Project “Honolulu”, our new Windows Server management experience This looks pretty cool! I could see myself using it.
    Read more...
  • Windows 10 update due October 17
    Written by

    Da Boss!

    Windows 10 update due October 17 Great. I just got shoved the Creators update and spent…
    Read more...
  • Enhancing the “Open Command Prompt here” Context Menu experience
    Written by

    Da Boss!

    Enhancing the “Open Command Prompt here” Context Menu experience If you are like me and are missing the "Right…
    Read more...

Visit the Digitalsmind Video YouTube Page!

Did you know we have a video page on YouTube? 

Well... WE DO! 

Check us out! 

- Our Video page.