12 cyber shopping tips, because criminals will be using all the attacks they can this holiday season in order to score cash and gather valuable personal data they can monetize later.
A vulnerability across at least eight brands of wireless keyboards lets hackers read keystrokes from 250 feet away.
Countless wireless mice and keyboards are subject to “MouseJacking” including products from Amazon, Dell, Gigabyte, HP, Lenovo, Logitech and Microsoft.
Online poker malware lets other PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker players cheat by getting a peek at cards held by opponents whose machines have been infected.
At the USENIX Security Symposium, Georgia Tech researchers show how PC botnets could infect iOS devices to steal passwords.
Microsoft is patching Windows XP on this month's Patch Tuesday, shoring up a vulnerability that can lead to computers being taken over entirely by attackers.
2013 was a busy year for Microsoft, from Ballmer's retirement announcement to product action involving Windows, Surface, and Office 365. Here's what to do in 2014.
Steve Ballmer's retirement leaves his still-unnamed successor a busy agenda and battles on many fronts.
Some suggest that Microsoft sell off its Xbox franchise to cut losses and eliminate a distraction from its core mission, but others say the game console plays an important role.
Microsoft and its partners apparently persuaded the ZeroAccess bot-herders to abandon their click-fraud network.
Microsoft wraps up the year's Patch Tuesday bulletins next week with 11 more fixes, pushing this year's total to 106, up from 83 in 2012.
Even those who don't like Windows 8 should consider it for its superior security versus older Microsoft operating systems, if nothing else the company says.
It is 30 years old and dominates the word processing market, but Microsoft Word is now more than ever fending off challenges from the cloud where less expensive and even free alternatives pose new threats, experts say.
Since introducing its own Surface tablets Microsoft has been redefining the PC to include devices that haven't been considered PCs before, and it's taken that trend one step further.
Businesses with certain Microsoft memberships and service agreements can now download the near-final version of Windows 8.1 to test with an eye toward deployment.
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