Update 3/18: If you're one of the many Windows 7 users that updated their PC during Update Tuesday earlier this month, then you many be experiencing the reboot loop glitch. If you are, then there's good news.
If you haven't updated your computer with the new patch, then continue to wait until Microsoft releases an official fix to this problem. If your computer is affected by the reboot loop, watch the video below to see how to stop the reboot cycle and restore your computer.
Update 3/12: Some Windows 7 users are reporting that the update left their computers stuck in a reboot loop. The culprit was found out to be a file called MS Update 3033929, which helps the computer figure out whether a file is authentic or not.
If you have this update installed on your Windows 7 PC, then you'll want to avoid restarting your computer until Microsoft can release a fix. If you don't, then be sure to install all of the Patch Tuesday updates except for MS Update 3033929.
The third Patch Tuesday of 2015 has come and gone. It brought fixes for more than three dozen security vulnerabilities across all Microsoft products. Three of these updates have been marked "critical," which is the highest rating that a vulnerability can receive.
Most important is a fix for the FREAK bug, which Apple patched on Monday. The FREAK bug, if you didn't catch my coverage so far, lets hackers remotely execute code on vulnerable computers. Find out more about the bug here.