Another month another major Microsoft update issue. Security update CVE-2019-2102 will intentionally break some Bluetooth devices. This can make security fobs stop working. This can also affect mice, keyboards, and headsets to stop working. Since this is a mandatory update you will not be able to remove it. Go to the Bluetooth devices webpage and you will need to update the Bluetooth device.
Microsoft Warns Windows 10 Update Will ‘Intentionally’ Break Some Bluetooth Devices
By Gordon Kelly originally appeared on Forbes
Windows 10 has been something of a punching bag in recent times despite Microsoft making desperately needed changes to its upgrade system. But now Microsoft has issued an important new upgrade warning everyone needs to know about.
First spotted by Windows Latest, Microsoft has issued a warning to users that its new security update (CVE-2019-2102) will “intentionally” break certain Bluetooth devices, including crucial hardware like security fobs forcing them to upgrade. Microsoft states it will push this update to all versions of Windows 10 as well as Windows 8.1. so there’s no escaping it.