Video: Computer security updates and Patch Tuesday


Microsoft and Adobe issued a brace of important security patches last night, helping to keep your computer protected against malicious hackers exploiting vulnerabilities.

I took advantage of this morning’s dog walk to talk about Patch Tuesday in my latest YouTube video. Check it out below, and feel free to subscribe to my YouTube channel.

Read more details of Microsoft’s September 2015 “Patch Tuesday” security bulletins here, and you can check that you are up-to-date with your Microsoft security patches by visiting

Meanwhile, for the latest Adobe security advisories be sure to visit the company’s website.

Let me know if you’re enjoying these videos, either by leaving a comment here or clicking “Like” on the YouTube page, and I’ll make more.

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One Response

  1. Anonymous

    September 9, 2015 at 1:02 pm #

    Oxford looks like a lovely place to live. If you’re unwilling to tell us the name of your dog, can you at least tell us what type?

    I think the videos are quite good, whilst moving and talking can at times be a little distracting, the backdrop of greenery is probably one of the better choices.

    Personally, I wouldn’t go OTT with the video reporting but every once in a while keeps things dynamic and obviously your dog in shape. It would be worth including links that you mention in your video (eg: under it, so that anyone who’s inspired to visit said link, can do so with greater ease.

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