Microsoft this week released an out-of-band security update for its Endpoint Configuration Manager solution to patch a vulnerability that could be useful to malicious actors for moving around in a targeted organization’s network.
Microsoft released a new security update with the fixes for 64 new security vulnerabilities including 2 zero-day in which one is actively exploited in wild.
Microsoft issued a massive Patch Tuesday update, including a pair of remote execution flaws in the Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool (MSDT) after attackers used one of the vulnerabilities in a zero-day exploit.
55 vulnerabilities fixed in today's update, three are classified as 'Critical' as they allow remote code execution, with the rest classified as Important.
As previously announced, the future of Internet Explorer on Windows is in Microsoft Edge. Internet Explorer mode (IE mode) provides legacy browser support within Microsoft Edge. Because of this, the IE11 desktop application will be retired on June 15, 2022, on certain versions of Windows 10. This means that the IE11 desktop application will no longer be supported and will be progressively redirected to Microsoft Edge over the following months, and ultimately disabled via Windows Update, to help ensure a smooth retirement.
Microsoft on Tuesday released critical software updates to fix at least 73 documented security flaws in the Windows ecosystem and warned that unknown attackers are already launching zero-day man-in-the-middle attacks.
Security analysts have unearthed a new ransomware campaign targeting Windows systems. Malicious actors are using fake Windows 10 updates to spread the Magniber ransomware strain.
Microsoft on Tuesday issued a warning for an in-the-wild zero-day attack hitting Windows users and raised eyebrows when it credited the U.S. government National Security Agency (NSA) with reporting the live exploitation.
Since August 2021, the FBI has received reports of several packages containing these USB devices, sent to US businesses in the transportation, insurance, and defense industries. The packages were sent using the United States Postal Service and United Parcel Service. There are two variations of packages—those imitating HHS are often accompanied by letters referencing COVID-19 guidelines enclosed with a USB; and those imitating Amazon arrived in a decorative gift box containing a fraudulent thank you letter, counterfeit gift card, and a USB.
Microsoft has patched a high severity Windows zero-day vulnerability exploited in the wild to deliver Emotet malware payloads.