The way Microsoft patched a recent security bug has made several security and software experts believe the company might have lost the source code to one of its Office components.
Microsoft has released their Black Friday promotions with deals on the new Surface Pro, the Surface Laptop, Xbox consoles and games, and virtual reality headsets. Most of these deals are starting on Monday, but discounts on Xbox games have already started.
Microsoft confirmed that six updates the company delivered this week as part of the November 2017 Patch Tuesday are causing Epson dot matrix printers to malfunction.
This week was for the most part only small variants released. Of particular interest is the release of two CryptoMix variants and a in-development ransomware that is specifically targeting the J.Sterling Morton high school students through a fake student survey.
A security researcher revealed today he found three misconfigured Amazon S3 servers belonging to the US Department of Defense (DOD) containing 1.8 billion social media and forum posts made by users from all over the world, including many by Americans.
A new CryptoMix Ransomware variant was discovered that appends the .0000 extension to encrypted files and changes the contact emails used by the ransomware. This article will provide a brief description on the changes in this variant.
Blizzard has made Overwatch free-to-play for this weekend and have started Black Friday early by taking 50% off OverWatch until November 27th for subscribers to Xbox Live Gold or Playstation Plus.
Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and subsequent Windows 10 variations fail to properly apply ASLR, rendering this crucial Windows security feature useless.
As part of my goal to becoming a Chief Information Security Office in the future, I have been conducting interviews with CISOs to gain insight and advice based on their experiences in this position. In this edition of the #AskACISO Interviews, I interviewed Bob Turner, the CISO of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Germany's Federal Network Agency (Bundesnetzagentur), the country's telecommunications agency, has banned the sale of children's smartwatches after it classified such devices as "prohibited listening devices."
The Chinese vulnerability disclosure program is lagging behind when it comes to publishing details about critical flaws and vulnerabilities exploited by Chinese-linked cyber-espionage groups.
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Oracle has issued an out-of-band emergency security update to address five vulnerabilities, among which one is rated 10 out of 10 on the CVSSv3 bug severity scale, and a second was rated 9.9 out of 10.
GitHub — the Internet largest code hosting service — is rolling out a new security feature through which it hopes to reduce the number of vulnerable projects hosted and distributed through its platform.
A US senator has asked the White House to look into the threat that malicious ads —also known as malvertising— pose to US government networks and computers.
Today Microsoft released Insider Preview Build 17035 for PC to insiders on the fast ring and to those who opted to Skip Ahead. The new features in this build revolve around new HDR and Ease of Access settings, keyboard improvements, and handwriting gestures.
Malaysian authorities announced today they had identified the possible authors of a massive data breach that took place a month ago and during which the personal details of 46.2 million Malaysians were put up for sale on the Dark Web and various forums.
The takedown of three major Dark Web markets by law enforcement officials over the summer has driven many vendors of illegal products to set up their own shops that, in many cases, are not properly configured and are leaking the underlying server's IP address.
Mozilla will soon block the loading of data URIs in the Firefox navigation bar as part of a crackdown on phishing sites that abuse this protocol.
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