An urgent update (KB5001028) is being deployed by Microsoft to correct a system issue that causes the English abbreviated blue screen to display as BSoD (Blue Screen of Death).
This blue screen error (BSoD) is triggered by Windows 10 normally when it fails to recover or fix a system error or when it comes to a critical point of a fatal error.
The bug was confirmed by Microsoft on his support page and subsequently confirms that several people may experience this issue right after installing the latest Windows 10 updates, KB4598298 or KB4601315.
The update being deployed has the build name: Windows 10 build 18363.1379 (KB5001028) with only one new feature, improving via a fix for this BSoD issues that typically affects devices with a Wi-Fi connection using the WPA3 protocol which was introduced by the Wi-Fi Alliance in early 2018.
Microsoft informs us that if your PC is configured to receive automatic updates, you don’t need to take any further action. Because this is a cumulative update, you do not need to apply any previous updates before installing KB5001028.