Today is not Patch Tuesday but Microsoft is rolling out a new batch of cumulative updates for Windows 10. The software giant is rolling out cumulative updates with a long list of fixes for Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803) and Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709).
In a blog post, Microsoft yesterday announced that starting with Windows 10 October Update the company plans to deliver new updates for .NET Framework via Cumulative Updates channel.
NSS Labs has filed an anti-trust law suit against CrowdStrike, Symantec, ESET, and the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO) over an alleged conspiracy to prevent independent testing companies from performing unbiased reviews of security software.
Cloudflare announces today its own Onion Service, which should make anonymous access through Tor easier to websites in its network, and reduce the malicious traffic aimed at them.
Last week Adobe released fixed 6 critical updates in their September 2018 monthly Patch Tuesday. It looks like they missed one, as Adobe released today an out-of-band security update for a critical vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.
The malicious credit card stealing MageCart script behind the British Airlines and Feedify breaches have struck again, but this time against the Newegg online technology retailer.
A vulnerability in Western Digital My Cloud network-attached storage (NAS) that allows an attacker to bypass authentication and take control of the device with administrator permissions remains unpatched almost a year and a half after being reported initially.
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Credential stuffing attacks are a growing problem, particularly in the financial sector, where botnets can initiate so many fraudulent login attempts that the wave has the effect of a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
Today Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18242 (19H1) to the Insiders on the Skip Ahead ring. This build is predominantly a bug fix release that resolves known issues in the 19H1 branch. 19H1 is the next feature update to be released after the October 2018 Update.
A report released today about the activity of Pegasus spyware presents evidence of the tool's use outside the ethical boundaries publicized by its maker.
What may very well be considered a cybercriminal's dream tool is now real and it is hunting Windows and Linux servers: a botnet with self-spreading capabilities that combines cryptomining and ransomware functions.
According to a Chrome Gerrit entry, Google plans to do away with the file:// URI scheme in the address when opening local files. This is because Chrome 70 will include a new File notification that performs a similar purpose.
Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 Preview Build 17763 (RS5) for Insiders in the Fast Ring. Like the previous build, this release focuses entirely on fixing bugs and does not come with any new features or improvements.
Due to customer feedback, Twitter announced today that they are giving users more control over what tweets are displayed in their timeline by changing the functionality of the "Show the best Tweets first" setting.
A critical vulnerability in software from a global vendor of video surveillance equipment puts at risk the security of video feeds from over 100 camera brands and more than 2,500 camera models.
A boost is expected in the near future in the adoption of the DNSSEC technology that establishes trust in the Domain Name System (DNS) - the mechanism responsible for translating website names into machine-intelligible data.
A new round of security updates is available from Apple, fixing bugs in Safari, watchOS, tvOS, and iOS. Some of the vulnerabilities were disclosed ahead of these releases, creating a window of opportunity for ill-intended users.
Today, Windows 10 April 2018 Update and Windows 10 Fall Creators Update are receiving another new patch with minor bug fixes. The latest patch for Windows 10 April 2018 Update advances the build number to 17134.286 and if you're on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, you'll be getting Build 16299.666.