Microsoft blames time constraints for pulled patch

Thursday, 15 September 2005, 3:51 PM EST

Microsoft has explained why it decided not to issue the latest instalment of monthly security updates, maintaining that it needed more time to test the patches.

The software giant claimed to be reacting to customer demand when it launched a monthly security update release on the second Tuesday of every month.

By Nick Booth at vnunet.

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