In this month's Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has released nine security bulletins to address 56 unique vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Server software.
A well-crafted and extremely legit-looking spam email campaign is currently targeting corporate users around the world, ultimately leading the victims to difficult-to-detect malware that downloads additional malicious programs on the target's computer.
Tripwire announced an analysis of Microsoft patch data from 2014.
One the same day that Microsoft released its new Outlook app for iOS, a developer has warned that it breaks corporate security in multiple ways.
Bitdefender is warning Microsoft Office users against the emergence of a new spam campaign that is looking to trick antispam filters in order to allow spam to pass freely into mailboxes.
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