We know the drill, every Patch Tuesday MS releases a long list of MS13-xx patches. Those typically consist of KB items for individual configurations or servers.
From time to time, though, Microsoft will update old MS13-xx patches with additional or new KB items.
For instance, MS11-025 had a bunch of KBs released on April 12, 2011. KB2455033 is MS11-025: Description of the security update for Visual Studio 2010: April 12, 2011.
Fast forward to June 14, 2011, and Microsoft released more KB items for the same MS patch. KB2542054 is MS11-025: Description of te security update for Visual Studio 2010: June 14, 2011.
Now, if an enterprise patch management solution simply looks for the KB items referenced in the actual MS11-025 release, KB254054 will never be applied. Does Microsoft provide updates or at least a courtesy notification that older MS items have been update?