Microsoft will stop publicly disclosing details about leaks and bugs that the company release in Windows on the monthly Patch. Instead, the details will be put under a payment from the company.
Whoever wants to receive the information must be Premier customer, says Microsoft. The software company says the move to have taken, because many companies would have no need for that information. Microsoft has published hitherto monthly Patch Tuesday in a post about which bugs are fixed it and what vulnerabilities have been resolved.
Premier customers do not receive information automatically, but must themselves say they want to receive it. Patch Tuesday is the regular Tuesday in the month when Microsoft releases updates for its Windows operating system. Patches for the fix exist for ten years.