We will update Flash in Windows 8 via Windows Update as needed," a spokeswoman said.
What does WU stand for?
WU stands for Windows Update (Microsoft)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 8 other meanings of WU in our Acronym Attic
- Weapons & Utilities Maintenance
- Weather Unit
- Weekend Update (Saturday Night Live)
- Western Union
- What's Up?
- Whitetails Unlimited, Inc (Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin conservation orgainzation)
- Whittle Unit (early jet engine, circa 1937)
- Whole Universe
- Wilkes University (Wilkes Barre, PA)
- Willamette University (Salem, Oregon)
- Winter Universiades (sporting event)
- Winthrop University
- Wirtschaftsuniversität(-wien) University of Economics (Vienna, Austria)
- Wisconsin Union
- Women's Union
- Work Unit
- Worms United (game)
- World Unite/Lucifer Youth Foundation (band)
- Washington University File Transfer Protocol Daemon
- Warm Up Three-Way Catalytic Converter
Samples in periodicals archive:
Attackers are not able to leverage a fraudulent Windows Update certificate to install malware via the Windows Update servers," said Jonathan Ness, an engineer with the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC).
The software is found on a fake Windows Update page.
But hackers have developed a simple hack that turns off the trigger for the key check, allowing users to get around the requirement to verify their serial number before using Windows Update.
The body of the email claims to link to MicrosofVs Windows Update site but instead links to a website under the control of the hackers.
So if an organization has overlooked configuration of a few systems, or new systems have been added to the network with the default Windows Update settings, those systems will receive the forced install.
It is encouraging users to download a ``patch'' from the Windows Update web site which should prevent the problem occurring.
Windows creates the restore points when you start XP for the first time, when you allow a Windows Update or unsigned device driver to install, before a system restoration, and during other events.