Microsoft has released security updates as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday release train, and this month, the company has patched 34 issues affecting eight products.
Today is Day 6 of Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals and the current deal is up to $70 off an Xbox One + 2 free games. For the full $70 off, you would need to purchase the Xbox One S 1TB Console - Minecraft Limited Edition Bundle, while the rest of the bundles will give you $50 off.
On Wednesday, Microsoft started rolling out an update to all Windows products that rely on the Malware Protection Engine for security scans.
Starting today and through December 17th, Microsoft has kicked off their annual 12 Days of Deals event where you can get savings on various Microsoft products.
In an email sent to all Windows Insiders Program (WIP) participants, Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President of the Windows and Devices Group, gave a preview of two new features Microsoft will be testing in the next iteration of the Insiders Program (Windows 10 Redstone 4).
Last week, Microsoft filed a patent for a new browser technology that will detect when users are visiting NSFW, questionable, or unsafe websites and switch to Private Browsing mode automatically.
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.
Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and subsequent Windows 10 variations fail to properly apply ASLR, rendering this crucial Windows security feature useless.
Microsoft has released security updates for several products as part of the company's November 2017 Patch Tuesday, the company's monthly update train.
A security researcher has discovered a new code injection technique that works on all recent Windows versions and allows miscreants to inject malicious code into other applications undetected.
Microsoft has patched only recent versions Windows against a dangerous hack that could allow attackers to steal Windows NTLM password hashes without any user interaction.
With the release of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update last week, the "Controlled Folder Access" that Microsoft touted in June is now live for millions of users.
No good deed remains unpunished, they say, and so is the case of the recent spat between Google and Microsoft's security teams.
Mozilla, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, and the W3C have agreed today to unify all their documentation sites under one single roof, on Mozilla's MDN portal.
Five former employees told Reuters that Microsoft quietly dealt with a hack of its vulnerabilities and bug reports database back in 2013 without telling anyone.
Pretty sneaky, MS. While some vendors were scrambling to release updates to fix the KRACK Attack vulnerability released today, Microsoft, quietly snuck the fix into last week's Patch Tuesday.
Users who utilized Microsoft Outlook to send out secure emails encrypted via the S/MIME standard might have had the content of those emails leaked by an Outlook bug.
After Windows Insiders installed update KB4046355 for the Insider Build 16299.15, they discovered that Windows Media Player had been removed from the computer. As Build 16299 is the Fall Creators Update that is scheduled to come out this month, it is unknown whether the removal of Windows Media Player is intentional or a bug.