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Het enige merkwaardige eraan is dat KB890830 al een aantal dagen voor patch-dinsdag werd aangeboden. Aan de andere kant: waarom wachten met een security update en klanten nog één of meer dagen een bepaald risico laten lopen? En dus (gokje) kon MSRT "optioneel" alvast gedowload worden vóór de patchdinsdag? Daar wordt inderdaad vermeld "Last Review: February 10, 2015 - Revision: 145.0"Niettemin geeft de een paar dagen geleden aangeboden KB890830 aan: "maart 2015"Klopt en dat is nou net waar ik op doelde.I didn’t check the details on KB978542 until today. Appears that Windows Mail is not supposed to work with Windows 7. so much so that 1.79.1432.0 has fallen off the end of the list! Noticed that all the reported problems had to do with it clobbering Windows Mail and Outlook. KB978542 is SPECIFIC to Outlook Express, Windows Mail, and Windows Live Mail. I haven’t used Outlook or Outlook Express in over 3 years. I try to convince as many people that I know to stop using Outlook. Those that have managed to get hacked versions to work on Windows 7 are discovering that KB978542 disables Windows Mail altogether. I did, however, install, per rote, the May 2010, KB890830, Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool. Even 1.79.1918.0 has already been usurped by 1.79.1945.0. I think this feature is disabled and I'm pretty sure it was Delivery Optimization cause I noticed my crappy internet was too slow even for it's standards I could see in task manager Delivery Optimization eating all my internet and downloading something but refreshing windows update like a madman would give me nothing to download. 1TB NVMe PM961 NVMe SSD SAMSUNG (Boot), 2TB Seagate ST2000DM001-1ER164 (SATA), 1TB Samsung SSD 850 EVO, 1TB Seagate ST1000DM003-1ER162, 1TB WD Elements 10A8 USB Device, 1TB BUFFALO HD-PNTU3 USB Device, 1TB x4 Seagate BUP Slim SCSI Disk Device How to Use Malicious Software Removal Tool in Windows The Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT) helps remove malicious software from your computers that are running Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 8,... I run here and see this update but by now Delivery Optimization is not using anything related to internet so I checked for recently installed updates on the updates history and KB890830 is there with today date! :info: Shawn has posted a formal announcement of this on this thread: Update: KB890830 update for Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool - May 2017 - Windows 10 Forums TC I just did a Check for Updates (WU) and got this. Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool for Windows 8, 8.1, 10 and Windows Server 2012, 2012 R2 x64 Edition - September 2015 (KB890830) is not downloading. Cumulative Updates for Win 10 Pro were downloaded... It ran for over two hours and during the run indicated there were 12 infected files. My proposal: Hide update KB890830 in Windows 7/8.1 – and if MRT is already installed, uninstall KB890830 and block this update.

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