Microsoft isn't the only company offering major security updates to its systems. SAP joined the fray with an issue of its own, a summation of scanning 280 million lines of code looking for vulnerabilities.
SAP has been taking additional measures to improve the security of its software in light of increased cybercrime attacks against businesses, the company said. Those heightened efforts prompted the size of the security update, according to SAP.
There was no particular prompt for the issue, as SAP claimed it was part of their usual patching process, but it does represent a significant upgrade. This does recall, however, speculation in this PC World article from last month that SAP fears malware attacks to SAP NetWeaver.