Revealing the details, the report says that one of the bug makes the Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 devices vulnerable to decrypt data.

Earlier, Google threatened to make the bugs' details public if Microsoft Corporation did not address the issue in ninety days.

Meanwhile, Microsoft had slammed Google for revealing vulnerabilities earlier this week, just two days before sending out a patch.

“We asked Google to work with us to protect customers by withholding details until Tuesday, January 13, when we will be releasing a fix. Although following through keeps to Google’s announced timeline for disclosure, the decision feels less like principles and more like a “gotcha”, with customers the ones who may suffer as a result," Chris Betz, senior director of the Microsoft Security Response Center said in a blog.

"What’s right for Google is not always right for customers. We urge Google to make protection of customers our collective primary goal,” he said.

Microsoft also slammed Google for the approach of making the bug known publicly. A similar vulnerability in Windows 8.1 was earlier published by Google in September.