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No problems have been reported yet, but those in the industry should patch if possible
Microsoft unveiled a major update to its operating system, called Windows 10. The company did a lot to make Windows 10 feel familiar to people who are used to running older, Win32 style apps. We got a first look at some of the new features.
It'll be delivered via a new "Windows Insider" program that will let testers discuss issues with Microsoft engineers.
Cisco has identified 71 products vulnerable to Shellshock and Oracle 51, but the number is likely to increase
The new Office 365 Customer Success Center is for 'champions' responsible for driving adoption of the suite, the company says.
The company is expected to unveil a preview of the Windows 8 successor on Tuesday. Will it fix Windows 8?
These days it seems the biggest leaks come from the vendors themselves. Microsoft is the latest company to tip its hand by offering the next version of Windows to IT pros on a publicly accessible web page.
Microsoft looks to go out of its way to make Windows 8 a distant memory.
However, WinHEC won't be a large, annual show, but rather smaller events held more frequently in different parts of the world, Microsoft said.
The GNU Bash shell can provide an entry point for launching more severe attacks, researchers find
A tightly-guarded detail on the next version of Windows may have slipped out.
The security flaw was reported through the company's new bug bounty program and researcher was rewarded with $2,800
Microsoft begins inviting reporters to see the next generation of Windows—almost certainly a preview of Windows 9.
Microsoft's digital assistant, Cortana, is a mainstay of Windows Phone. For Windows 9, however, she'll be "just" an app.