Microsoft confirmed today it will support HTTPS Strict Transport Protocol (HSTS) in Internet Explorer 12, bringing its browser in line with other major vendors in its support of the protocol.
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Microsoft has announced it will change the way it classifies adware by beginning to block unwanted and intrusive advertisements from users.
Windows XP will no longer be supported after next week, but how legitimate are concerns that hackers will unleash a malware apocalypse once patches end?
The exploit that attackers are using to target a zero day vulnerability in Microsoft Word relies on a complex series of pieces, including an ASLR bypass, ROP techniques and shellcode with several layers of tools designed to detect and defeat analysis. Microsoft officials said the exploit is being used in targeted attacks right now and[…]
Microsoft issued an advisory today warning of targeted attacks against a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Word. The exploits in the wild target Word 2010, but the Office software is vulnerable all the way back to Word 2003.
Microsoft caught searching through the contents of its users’ communication without a search warrant as part of an internal investigation.
Browser exploits continue to make news at Pwn2Own, but one that failed stood out in particular.
Hackers hurried to exploit a critical Internet Explorer zero day vulnerability before it was to be fixed by Microsoft’s March Patch Tuesday release.
Microsoft supplied user content in response to 10.8 percent of the law enforcement requests it received from United States agencies in the second half of 2013.
Microsoft said it will patch a zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer 10 being exploited in watering hole attacks. The patch is one of five bulletins expected next Tuesday.