The Register: You publish 20,000 clean patches, but one goes wrong and you’re a PC-crippler forever

The Register: You publish 20,000 clean patches, but one goes wrong and you’re a PC-crippler forever . “Security software maker Malwarebytes has emitted two product updates and apologised to users – after its code turned their machines into near-bricks. The problem started with a production update the company pushed out last Friday, which sent users to their keyboards complaining of excessive RAM and CPU consumption.”