To fix the problems in the last update, Microsoft released the KB4517389 update. You can find the direct download links for the KB4517389 offline installer down below.
The last week’s security update caused some printers to go haywire and even messed with older VMware installations. This update is mainly aimed at fixing those issues. Additionally, this update also addresses the security vulnerability CVE-2019-1318.
All in all, KB4517389 is both a security and bug fix update.
Like always, you can install the KB4517389 update directly from the PC Settings app. All you have to is open the PC Settings app, go to “Update & Security → Windows Update” and click on the “Check for updates” button. Windows 10 will automatically download and install the update for you.
If you are facing any problem with that approach or if you’ve paused the update, use the below download links to download the KB4517389 update offline installer for both 64-bit and 32-bit operating systems.
Download KB4517389 Offline Installers
To make things easier for you, I found the direct download links for KB4517389 for both Windows 10 32-bit and 64-bit systems. Depending on your system type, download the update using the below links and install it like any other Windows software. After installing, restart the system and you are good to go.
KB4517389 x86 (32-bit) offline installer (download size: 153.1 MB)
KB4517389 x64 (64-bit) offline installer (download size: 313.2 MB )
If you want KB4517389 download links for Windows Server or ARM64 based systems, go to the Microsoft update catalog website to find the appropriate links. All you have to do is click on the Download button next to the appropriate version.
KB4517389 Change Log
Addresses an issue in security bulletin CVE-2019-1318 that may cause client or server computers that don’t support Extended Master Secret (EMS) RFC 7627 to have increased connection latency and CPU utilization. This issue occurs while performing full Transport Layer Security (TLS) handshakes from devices that don’t support EMS, especially on servers. EMS support has been available for all the supported versions of Windows since calendar year 2015 and is being incrementally enforced by the installation of the October 8, 2019 and later monthly updates.
Security updates to Windows Shell, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Windows App Platform and Frameworks, Windows Cryptography, Windows Authentication, Windows Storage and Filesystems, Windows Kernel, Microsoft Scripting Engine, and Windows Server.
That is it.