This month, Microsoft patches two issues that have already been disclosed publically. One is related to BitLocker trusting SSDs with faulty encryption. If an SSD offers its own hardware-based encryption, BitLocker will not add its own software encryption on top of it, to save CPU cycles. But last month, it became known that SSD hardware encryption is often implemented badly and can easily be bypassed. As a result, Microsoft releases a patch and also an advisory with details regarding Bitlocker’s behavior and how to override it.