Microsoft this week patched a zero-day vulnerability in the Internet Explorer and Edge browsers being used in the AdGholas malvertising campaign.
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Microsoft patched 47 vulnerabilities with 14 security bulletins, seven critical, with its monthly Patch Tuesday updates today.
EFF holds nothing back when it comes to criticism over Microsoft’s Get Windows 10 app along with new Windows 10 privacy policies.
Researcher Matt Nelson disclosed another Windows UAC bypass, one that makes use of Event Viewer to hijack registry entries and run code.
Microsoft inadvertently published a Secure Boot “golden key” policy that allows for self-signed or unsigned binaries to be loaded on Windows devices.
Microsoft today released nine security bulletins as part of its August 2016 Patch Tuesday updates.
Researchers at Endgame are expected at Black Hat to introduce Hardware Assisted Control Flow Integrity (HA-CFI), which leverages features in the micro-architecture of Intel processors for security.
Attackers behind the Neutrino Exploit Kit didn’t take long to co-op a recently patched Internet Explorer zero-day into its arsenal.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including privacy and Pokemon GO, a new MIT anonymity system, the Fiat Chrysler bug bounty program, and a patched printer spooler vulnerability.
Like macros before it, attackers have been placing malicious code alongside object linking and embedding (OLE) code, along with well-formatted text and images, to spread malware and ransomware.