Microsoft is ready to abandon the longstanding patching schedule that saw patches and security updates being delivered on the second Tuesday of every month.
A China-based APT group has been using Microsoft’s TechNet web portal to host encoded Command and Control IP addresses for its BLACKCOFFEE malware, FireEye researchers have revealed.
In this month's Patch Tuesday Microsoft has released 13 security bulletins addressing 48 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, Windows, Office, and Silverlight.
As the official launch of Windows 10 approaches, Microsoft has launched a new bug bounty related to its Technical Preview version, and is asking bug hunters to analyze its new browser codenamed Spartan.
Attackers are actively exploiting a DoS vulnerability (CVE-2015-1635) affecting Microsoft's Internet Information Services (IIS) extensible web server, SANS ISC CTO Johannes Ullrich warns, and urges administrators to close the hole as soon as possible.
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