Currently, in addition to Android and iOS devices, there are many mobile products facing the threat of processor security vulnerabilities & quot; Meltdown & quot; and & quot; Spectre & quot ;.
Utilizing system vulnerabilities, some malicious apps can steal secrets from users' mobile phones, including accounts and passwords used to access banking financial apps.
In response, Microsoft recently launched a cumulative patch patch for all Windows 10 phones KB4073117, and more importantly, whether the user is registered preview member, can receive the patch.
Protected objects include Internet Explorer, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Microsoft Edge Browser, Windows Graphics, Windows Kernel, Linux Windows Subsystem, and Windows SMB Server Security Updates.
When an update notification is sent to a Windows 10 phone, the user can opt for an OTA upgrade, which you can view by setting up & gt; Update & Security & gt; Windows Update.
However, before installing the update, make sure you are connected to the WiFi signal and the battery is fully charged.
Although the market share of Windows 10 handsets is pitifully small now, Microsoft's update speed is still commendable.