Microsoft Security Update Guide
What’s so special about the new the Security Update Guide? Well, it is a searchable database that you can use to find updates and filter them based on what you’re interested in. Once you have found the information of your interest you can download the list of updates and associated data as an Excel spreadsheet.
Moreover, with this new web tool you can:
Filter and sort using a variety of parameters
Focus on Security Updates that are important to you
Use a new RESTful API to speed up security information acquisition and recording
How to get started?
Once you open the Security Update Guide Portal, you’ll see a page there with some useful links that you may be interested in checking out.
For example, you can read the Security Update Guide FAQ – the FAQ page has a lot of useful information and advice that can help you get the most out of Security Update Guide
Also, on the same page, you will find a ‘Go to Security Update Guide’ button as seen in the figure below.
Click the button and agree to the conditions of the license agreement to get access to the guide and use its dashboard. There’s no requirement of the sign in to use it. If you decide to check out what’s on the Developer tab, then you’ll need to sign in.
Once, you land on the Security Update Guide page. You’ll see a page that offers ways to filter your list of security updates (and you can combine filters):
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