Security Update MS10-015 not at fault

Systems infected the TDSS rootkit were incapacitated with Blue Screen of Death errors, said Mike Reavey, director of Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC)

He added that the MS10-015 update was not at fault. "We have not found quality issues with security update MS10-015," Reavey maintained.

Microsoft confirmed that a rootkit did cause Windows PCs to crash.

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