Microsoft has PR Focus?.
Some people are not happy with the way Microsoft is approaching security with this Tuesday's patch releases. Note that some of the vulnerabilities covered in the patches were identified by third parties as early as last September:
However, some security researchers took the software giant to task for waiting to release a particular patch that covers many of the flaws. Microsoft's strategy, they said, was keyed more toward public relations than customer convenience.
“These releases confirm a trend that has been happening with Microsoft security lately–that they are willing to leave customers vulnerable for long periods of time, all in order to try to bundle security fixes, which leads to the (impression) of having less vulnerabilities,” said Marc Maiffret, chief hacking officer for eEye Digital Security. “This is completely unacceptable.”