I can confirm that I was also updated to v14.0.4119.0 (McAfee Security Center) earlier. As for knowing for sure if this included the (Expected) patch. I would like to think so. We can definitely ask during our Conference Call this upcoming Monday.
Other than that, I can inquire about it and should I get a 'Concrete' answer will immediately respond back. During the interim, like you stated "Let's Hope so" It may be that one of my Colleague's can add more to the discussion as well.
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We were as I said told the fix would go out to beta group users first for testing to date my beta has not updated it is still on 4113 .
Of course this was what was told to us it does not mean it is gospel.
If I get 4119 I will see if the fix is in it.
I also received the 4119 update this morning, but only for my Windows 8.1 laptop. My Win 7 laptop has not updated and is still on 4113
Hopefully this will came soon. I hope this will fix the problem.
So far it is looking OK and stable on 4119 but I had triggered a manual update on both machines so I will need to wait until the next scheduled update to see what happens.
I will report back later in the day (UK time)
Re: My earlier posts.
It is now more than 6 hours since my laptops were updated and so far the problem on both laptops seems to have gone away completely after this morning's updates.
Windows 7 is still running Security Centre Build 4113
and my Win 8.1 is now running Security centre build 4119.
Crossing my fingers that this has resolved it !
Saturday morning news (here in France):
We have 2 computers with W7 SP1 and now with Security Center 4119.
On my wife's machine (Acer) this morning the problem remains ( the little blue point on McAfee icon in the taskbar turning until I check the updates manually).
On mine (Lenovo) no more problem: McAfee automatically looks for the updates a few minutes after I switch on the machine, the blue point appears a few seconds then stops.
I don't know what to think of this...