2014 is getting off to a light start with Microsoft.
Microsoft is releasing best practices for enterprise workers who are considering using their personal technology device for work and play.
When Microsoft and various law enforcement agencies around the world disrupted the ZeroAccess botnet at the beginning of December, they did not expect to fully eliminate it.
Since 2009, variants of the Winwebsec rogue AV family have been trying to trick users into believing their computer has been infected and into paying for “registering” the software to get rid of the (non-existent) threat.
Last month, Microsoft published two separate notices of 0-day vulnerabilities that were being used in the wild to attack Microsoft products.
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