MSFT Bags Sept Patch Day Update Due to Quality Issues

Microsoft Cancels September Patch Day Update
Microsoft Corp. late Friday cancelled plans to roll out a solitary bulletin with patches for a Windows flaw, citing an unknown “quality issue.”

The software giant announced on Thursday that a single “critical” bulletin would cover a wormable vulnerability.

During last-minute testing, however, researchers at Redmond flagged some problems with the update.

“Late in the testing process, Microsoft encountered a quality issue that necessitated … additional testing and development [of the update] before it is released,” a Microsoft spokesperson told Ziff Davis Internet News.