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Apparently they have been pulled

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/msrc/2017/02/14/february-2017-security-update-release/

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Whatever the problem was, at least they caught it in time.  It would have been hell if it had caused machines to crash.
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This web link is for the team that creates the "Windows Updates" for any OS Version?
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yes...

It appears the notion of putting all security updates into a single roll-up means that if there is an issue discovered with 1 update they all get pulled.

I seriously hope to god with all the changes they are making that windows OS do not start to get updated with "single security patches" on a bi-weekly process. And I mean twice a week not once every two weeks!

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I wonder what the issue was?! Thankfully they found it before release.
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Saw this

https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/microsoft/after-microsoft-delayed-patch-tuesday-google-discloses-windows-bug/

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