Was giving Kurt_Aust a chance to answer this, but since you brought me into it I'll answer with the following quote.
Only a question, are all the listed hotfixes critical?
edit: sorry, high priority onwards right?
Now onto what I can answer...
Optional items and groups are described in green (as are their security updates)
I never say that:
[...] both lists are called as high priority only
This is the reason Kurt_Aust's list and mine do not match. Some additional updates I include supersede high priority updates, so I remove those updates from my high priority list.
[My] Update Pack satisfies, within reason, all high priority updates on the Microsoft Update website and includes some other useful updates.
KB2510581 is on my list due to the inclusion of additional update KB955360. Otherwise, it is not needed.
I analyzed [Kurt_Aust's] list, there are 2 hotfixes not added [...] but included on 5eraph's pack, should I add them?:
KB967715 — Windows Shell (AutoRun enforcement)
KB2510581 - JScript and VBScript Scripting Engines v5.7
Microsoft seems to have reclassified KB967715. It is no longer high priority (as in, offered as such on the Microsoft Update website). Kurt_Aust seems to have removed it from his list for this reason. The files included with the update have most recently been replaced by those in update KB2691442. I keep KB967715 because it adds the following registry entry that the website no longer checks:
HKLM,"Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer","HonorAutoRunSetting",0x10001,1The choice to use KB967715 is up to you. I suppose I should move KB967715 to the Additional Updates list. Thanks for noticing the discrepancy.
Edited by 5eraph, 06 April 2013 - 07:02 PM.