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0patch delivers Edge updates for older Windows versions through 2025

On January 10, Microsoft will provide security updates for the last time Edge Browser on certain Windows systems. In order to be safe in the future, owners of computers and related servers have access to unofficial patches of 0patch.

Microsoft announced some time ago that the operating system is now out of date Windows 7 You will not receive Edge updates after January 2023. Also, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012 R2 are no longer supported. After the last update shipped, there will be no more official security updates starting with Edge 110. Although Windows Server 2012 R2 will receive support until October 2023, the Redmond company will not be releasing any additional updates for Edge.

Mitja Kolsek of Acros Security has it The city was born Now I’m reporting that the company wants to support the Edge browser even after the official end of support. Details can be in one Blog entry You find. The developers of 0patch have decided to provide patches for critical vulnerabilities over the next two years so that edge users running Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2012 R2 are not exposed to any major risks.

0patch requires a paid license

A paid Pro or Enterprise license is required to use 0patch updates. In addition, Microsoft Edge must be updated to the upcoming version 109. It is also assumed that patch factor 0 is running on the system. Edge 109 will initially receive support until January 2025. If there is demand, Acros Security can extend support within two years.

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