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Keeping track of the new hotfixes from Microsoft can be a bit of a pain in the arse. Just installing them blindly on a box from the update services, when they come around, is just a little too cavaliere although there are a number of various resources to help; various webpages, tools, etc.

However, Microsoft have just opened up a new hotfix ‘blog here with the following schedule.

  • Every Monday, we post the list of published hot-fix related KB articles for Windows Client products in the past 7 days;
  • Every Tuesday, we post the list of published hot-fix related KB articles for Windows Server products in the past 7 days;
  • Every Wednesday, we post the list of published hot-fix related KB articles for Internet and Developer related products in the past 7 days;
  • Every Thursday, we post the list of published hot-fix related KB articles for Exchange Server products in the past 7 days;
  • Every Friday, we post the list of published hot-fix related KB articles for SQL Server products in the past 7 days;
You might find this a bit more palletable, if you’re deep into a feed aggregation addiction.

Go on. Add it to the rest of your Microsoft security and update related feeds. I dare you.