"Windows 7 users got a nice surprise on Tuesday when Microsoft released its first set of security patches since unveiling the new operating system last month. Of the 15 bugs patched, none affected Windows 7. When Microsoft launched Windows 7, it was billed as the company’s most secure release ever — the culmination of a nine-year "Trustworthy Computing" effort to shore up a product line that had been riddled with major security holes.
But does stress-tested software really matter to Microsoft’s customers, seemingly besieged by more online attacks than ever before?" – Content courtesy of Windows 7 may be secure, but are Windows users safe? – Network World