No. Again you misunderstand what Ryan Cobb writes. Dear @itman, no offense but sooner or later you have to overcome this obsession of yours about thinking that everything is bad, flawed or broken. You are putting obstacles in your way when you try to interpret everything you read in a negative way. Ryan Cobb is not listing errors in Win10 1709 Fall Creators Update. He is listing what the challenges are in general when dealing with script based attacks. The reason he mentions 1709 Fall Creators Update, are because Microsoft has massively increased the defenses with this branch. One of these are the Attack Surface Reduction rules and that is why he mentions 1709 Fall Creators Update. All the challenges on his list are exactly what Microsoft are putting pressure on with 1709 Fall Creators Update. Read the Microsoft blog post. Read what for example Lee Holmes recommends. There's a reason why Microsoft has added deep behavioral instrumentation to the Windows script interpreters. And there's a reason why Microsoft has added machine learning algorithms in Windows Defender and Windows Defender ATP to process these improved optics. Script based attacks are extremely challenging. But the reason that the window of opportunity to do damage unnoticed are shrinking, are thanks to the fact that these teams constantly monitors what are actually being done in real world attacks, that these teams constantly improves defenses available and that these researchers are constantly poking at the defenses which gives ideas for even further improvements. This is not a destination you can arrive at, tick off on a list and say - that was that.