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Windows needs to win back the hearts and minds of regular folk. According to The Verge, we'll see how it plans to do that at an early-2015 event.
The vulnerabilities allow remote attackers to extract files from WinCC SCADA servers and execute arbitrary code on them
The Kerberos vulnerability is only in Windows Server, but Windows PCs are getting extra security fixes
The vulnerabilities could allow attackers to create administrator accounts and take control of websites
Once Microsoft flips the switch to turn off XP support, your already vulnerable systems and data will become even riskier and costlier to maintain. Upgrading Windows is the key to preventing serious problems.
Want to add a little shadow to your mouse pointer or get rid of window animations? Here's how.
The Sonatype Component Lifecycle Management 2.0 tracks vulnerable third-party components used in software
Microsoft says Build 9879 of Windows 10 will be the last of the year. New features seem aimed to build in flexibility where it's needed, and simplicity where it's not.
Build 9879 is the third for the new OS and the last for what's left of this year
Ready to upgrade from Windows XP? Here are some tips to making that transition seamless.
A vulnerability in the Microsoft SChannel component could expose servers to remote code execution attacks
With help from IBM, Microsoft has patched a critical vulnerability that flew under the radar since the launch of Windows 95.
The Microsoft and Motorola smartphones are powered by the same processor, and cost about the same
The flaws allow attackers to execute commands, overwrite files and launch CSRF attacks
A vulnerability in SSL 3.0 enabled the POODLE attack. In the meantime, Chrome 39 will no longer support SSL 3.0 fallback for TLS connections.