To be fair ...
... it can be difficult to fix one bug without introducing 'minor' issues like making a device totally unusable.
At a customer site once, I discovered that saving a Word file that contained a DOS command* as ASCII text, with a '.BAT' extension meant the OS treated the file as an executable and did just that. Access to DOS commands was forbidden to normal users. The supplier's 'solution' was simple - stop the users saving files.
It did sort of work, but the users, and the customer did not fully appreciate the Dilbertesque elegance of the solution.
(* If you don't know what a DOS command is, you haven't lived. OK seriously, create a Word file with jus the single line of text
dir | files.txt
Save it as text file but with a file extension of .bat
Double click on the '.bat' file and then open the file named "files.txt".
Now, try it again with the line
But ++only++ if you have permission.)