by Mitja Kolsek, the 0patch Team
As time goes on, additional Windows 10 versions go out of official support - we have previously security-adopted Windows 10 v1803 and v1809, and now we're happy to report that we're adding two versions to the list:
- Windows 10 v2004: This version stopped receiving security updates from Microsoft in December 2021, but we've since been delivering critical security micropatches for it to keep it running securely. If you're running Windows 10 v2004 in your organization, all you need to do is install 0patch Agent on these computers and register it to an account with PRO or Enterprise subscription.
- Windows 10 v1909: Enterprise, Education and IoT Enterprise releases of this Windows 10 version will receive its last security update from Microsoft in May this year (two months from now). At that time we will security-adopt it and start providing critical security micropatches to keep it running securely.
These micropatches will be included in 0patch PRO and Enterprise licenses along with all other micropatches we're issuing - which means that users protecting their Windows 10 v1909/v2004 with 0patch will also receive our occasional micropatches for "0day" vulnerabilities in various products.
In order to have our micropatches applied, users will have to have their computers fully
updated with the latest official Windows Updates provided by
Microsoft: December 2021 updates for v2004, and May 2022 updates for v1909.
We welcome all interested organizations to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
for information about pricing, deployment, or setting up a trial.
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