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In other words, while Microsoft's scanner is silently searching your incoming email for malware, it can be tricked into running and installing the very sort of software nasty it's supposed to catch and kill.On Monday night, in an emergency update, Microsoft fixed the vulnerability in its security packages.It just received a free flaw report that could have cost them a lot in bug bounties, and was able to quietly, on a Monday evening while most of the Western world was asleep or commuting home, slip out a fix.
UPDATE: I'm also being told (thanks Batch: reg add "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Antimalware\Real-Time Protection" /v "Disable Behavior Monitoring" /t reg_dword /d 1 /f You can also set below registry value to disable BM: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Microsoft Antimalware\Real-Time Protection Disable Behavior Monitoring = 1 (REG_DWORD) This issue coincides with the release of a new Antimalware Engine (1.1.10501.0) released to all Microsoft Security Essentials, Forefront Client Security, Forefront Endpoint Protection, Windows Intune Endpoint Protection, and Windows System Center Endpoint Protection customers on 15 April 2014.
Over the years we've seen multiple examples of organizations getting word of flaws and dragging their feet for months, or even years, before fixing issues that malware developers may already have spotted.
On the second point, well, we hate to break it to you but all software has bugs – especially Microsoft's code.
Short of something overly drastic, there isn't really anything you can do until the patch lands – it just would be helpful if Microsoft gave folks a heads up.
The Windows maker should be counting its blessings.