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Patch Wednesday plugs actively exploited IE zero-day
"PrivExchange" flaw fixed too after proof-of-concept published.
Feb 13 2019 11:51AM
Remote Desktop clients analysed and found vulnerable
Microsoft shown to handle its own, complicated RDP well.
Feb 7 2019 7:10AM
Microsoft patches exploited new Windows zero-day
In-the-wild vulnerability rated important, not critical.
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Microsoft server outage deactivates Windows licenses
Win10 Pro users told they have to go Home.
Nov 9 2018 9:44AM
Weak self-scrambling SSDs opens up Windows BitLocker
Adding software encryption recommended to boost BitLocker security.
Nov 7 2018 7:00AM
Database destroying worm menaces Linux and Windows servers
Botnet, ransomware and coin mining rolled into one malware.
Sep 19 2018 9:39AM
Microsoft adds three years support for Windows 7
But support costs will keep going up.
Sep 7 2018 11:09AM
Android apps found to contain Windows keylogger
Developed on infected machines.
Aug 3 2018 7:00AM
Free kick for Teams as Microsoft tries to reduce Slack
Pay to play rollback.
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AMD, Microsoft patch 'variant two' Spectre chip flaw
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Intel partners with Microsoft, Dell, HP, and Lenovo.
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Microsoft tries again with Spectre fix for Windows
Also patches Adobe Flash zero-day.
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Microsoft issues patch to disable Spectre fix
Buggy microcode causes data loss and corruption.
Jan 29 2018 8:50AM
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Microsoft 365 lands in Australia
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Microsoft patches Windows DNSSEC zero-day
Windows 8 and later versions affected.
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Microsoft patches zero-day used to install police spyware
.NET framework flaw exploited.
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Windows compatibility mode resurfaces old flaws
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Sep 12 2017 8:57AM
Recently patched Flash Player sandbox leaks Windows creds
Old problem comes back to haunt Adobe.
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