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Security Update MS10-015 not at fault

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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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