A bug in what appears to be the Microsoft Windows activation service is causing Windows 10 Pro licenses to be downgraded to Windows 10 Home and then stating that Windows is not activated.
For quite some time, users have been reporting an inconsistent bug in Windows 10 that prevents them from changing the default program that are associated with a file type.
Last week Microsoft announced that users can enable a feature that adds Windows Defender to a sandbox, which protects the computer from vulnerabilities found in Defender. A bug was discovered, though, that may cause you to think that this sandbox feature is enabled, when it really isn't.
A bug in Windows 10 allowed UWP apps (Universal Windows Platform) to have access to the entire file system in Windows without permission from the user. This could have allowed a malicious app to access any data stored on the computer without the knowledge or consent of the user.
A vulnerability that is trivial to exploit allows privilege escalation to root level on Linux and BSD distributions using X.Org server, the open source implementation of the X Window System that offers the graphical environment.
In a post to the Microsoft Answers forum, Microsoft has acknowledged the built-in zip bug and has stated that it will be fixed in an early November. This fix will most likely be pushed out via a cumulative update or via Microsoft's November Patch Tuesday updates.
A mistake in the process used by the Signal Desktop application to encrypt locally stored messages leaves them wide open to an attacker.
Google has announced that they are closing the consumer functionality of Google+ due lack of adoption and an API bug that leaked the personal information of up to 500,000 Google+ accounts.
Reports are coming in that users are running into many issues after installing the Windows 10 October 2018 update. The biggest problem is that people have found that huge amounts of their documents and other files were deleted after the update was installed.
A bug in Google Search has been discovered that breaks search result links when using Safari in macOS if the link contains a plus symbol.
In an alert on Twitter, the social network is alerting users that for over a year, their direct messages and private tweets may have been sent to Twitter developers by mistake.
IT firm Capita has come clean about a bug in the software it supplies to UK schools that has been mismatching kids with the wrong families since December 2017.
In a bizarre case of what appears to be Chinese censorship gone wrong, Apple introduced a bug in iOS that could cause an app to crash if a user received the Taiwan flag emoji and had their region set to China.
Microsoft appears to have fixed an error in the distribution of Windows Defender definition updates on Windows 7 because the older OS is now receiving signature updates once more.
A glitch in the latest version of the Samsung Messages texting app that comes pre-installed on all Samsung phones is sending random pictures to users' contacts.
For the past week, Android users have been having fun with one of the weirdest bugs ever seen on an Android device, one that exposes their personal SMS text messages when searching for various terms.
Google released yesterday a Chrome update that fixed a bug that broke millions of web-based games, some of which couldn't play audio at all, despite whatever tricks and configs users tried.
A software bug in a telecom provider's phone number blacklisting system caused the largest telephony outage in US history, according to a report released by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) at the start of the month.
A character from the Indian Telugu language will crash multiple applications on iOS and macOS, an Italian blogger has discovered.