A critical vulnerability has been found in the latest version of WinRAR, the popular file archiver and compressor utility for Windows, and can be exploited by remote attackers to compromise a machine on which the software is installed.
Faced with the infamous Windows Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), many unexperienced computer users' first reaction is panic.
Alcatel-Lucent estimates that 80 percent of malware infections detected on mobile networks during the first half of 2015 have been traced to Windows-based computers.
As Windows 10 was being prepared for release, Microsoft presented many new security features (and we've written about some) to be included in the new version of the popular OS.
Microsoft released twelve patches fixing over 50 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Active Directory Service, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows Journal, Microsoft Office, Windows Media Center, .NET Framework, Windows Task Management, Microsoft Exchange Server, Skype for Business Server and Lync Server, and Windows Hyper-V.
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