The SMBv1 file-sharing protocol abused by the NSA’s EternalBlue exploit to spread WannaCry ransomware is being disabled in the upcoming Windows Fall Creators Update, or Redstone 3.
The bad guys are using old tricks to hide very modern nasty surprises in Word documents. We take a look at how they’re doing that
Microsoft is kind enough to offer Surface Laptop users the option to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro for free until later this year if they don’t like Windows 10 S, which is installed by default and is only able to…
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including Microsoft’s XP patches, Hidden Cobra, a Nigerian BEC campaign, MacRansom, and more.
University officials said users likely kicked off a ransomware attack that infected a dozen personal and shared drives by visiting a compromised website.
Dust off your company procedures for Patch Tuesday! XP gets a raft of official updates this month to fix publicly-known holes.
Citing an elevated risk for destructive attacks, Microsoft today included patches for vulnerabilities in Windows XP among its Patch Tuesday updates.
Microsoft’s strategy for containing global cyberattacks is so crazy it just might work. Or is it just plain crazy?
The normal lifecycle of an Office exploit can take months – what makes this latest Word exploit different?
An anonymous reader quotes The Verge: After months of speculation, Microsoft is unveiling its “Project Scorpio” games console today, and it’s officially named Xbox One X. Microsoft’s Xbox One X naming comes just days after the company trademarked a mysterious…