Microsoft extended the end of life deadline on EMET to July 2018, but experts say its usefulness as a mitigation toolkit has been limited for some time.
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Two-factor authentication protecting Outlook Web Access and Office 365 portals can be bypassed-and the situation likely cannot be fixed, a researcher has disclosed.
Microsoft said Russian APT group Sofacy, which has ties to the country’s military intelligence operations, has been using Windows kernel and Adobe Flash zero day vulnerabilities in targeted attacks.
Google announced Monday that it will distrust certificates issued by WoSign and StartCom when in it ships Chrome 56 in January 2017.
Google today disclosed the existence of a Windows zero-day vulnerability under attack. The flaw was reported to Microsoft 10 days ago; Microsoft says the disclosure puts users at risk.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap the news of the week, including the storylines around last week’s Dyn DDoS attack, Keen Team winning big again at Pwn2Own, and a fake Windows installer.
An installer purporting to be Microsoft Security Essentials is malware that can lead to a support call scam.
The FruityArmor APT group was using one of the Windows zero days patched by Microsoft last week to escape sandboxes and carry out targeted attacks.
Microsoft released 10 security bulletins on Patch Tuesday that included patches for five zero day vulnerabilities under attack that had not been publicly disclosed until today.
Researchers say a proof-of-concept attack using Windows Safe Mode can lead to credential theft and allow hackers to move laterally within a corporate network.