Microsoft has recalled the Security patch MS14-045 that was originally released on August 12th, and again revised on August 15th. The security patch addresses vulnerabilities in Kernel-Mode Drivers that could allow elevation of privileges. The original update was being reported to cause issues on systems after installing the patch, such as a BSOD. Microsoft has corrected the problem and the patch was released again on August 27th. Microsoft highly recommends that you first uninstall the previous version of the patch as soon as possible, and reapply the new patch. This patch is required to protect users from CVE-2014-0318, and CVE-2014-1819.
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