Windows 11 is now Vulnerable!

Technology giant Microsoft caused new errors with the update it released to solve the SSD problem. Here are the details

Microsoft has released an update to solve a bug that was encountered recently and managed to drive users crazy by slowing down the SSD. However, the released update caused bigger problems and made the devices vulnerable. Here are the details

After the update Microsoft Defender started giving errors!

The Windows 11 August 2023 update, released by Microsoft, was developed to solve the SSD problem that users were facing, and although it solved the problem as expected, it caused a serious problem. With this problem, the ‘Defender’ software, which provides the security of Windows, started to give errors.

Users who receive the update in question, “Cannot log in to Microsoft Defender.” they can’t use the security software in any way by getting the error. This situation causes a serious security vulnerability in the devices.

The SSD error encountered in Windows 11 had reached the size of a serious nightmare for many computer users. The fact that the company initially stated that it was not responsible for this error and ignored the notifications was among the details that made the process difficult. But in the end, the error was admitted and the problem was quickly resolved.

Expressing that they are aware of the problem through the feedback received, Microsoft officially announced that the said errors will be resolved with the first update to be released. We hope this update does not bring similar critical issues.

So, what do you think about the subject? Were you adversely affected by the said update? You can share your views with us in the comments section.

İdris Salman

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