"Even in 2015 - the era of high-quality mitigations and security mechanisms - one good bug still suffices for a complete system compromise," Mateusz Jurczyk, an infosec engineer with Google Project Zero, noted in a recent talk at the REcon security conference in Montreal.
With Windows 10, Microsoft will be adding a new layer of protection against dynamic script-based malware and non-traditional avenues of cyberattack: the Antimalware Scan Interface (AMSI).
Microsoft is ready to abandon the longstanding patching schedule that saw patches and security updates being delivered on the second Tuesday of every month.
Third time's the charm for Microsoft's PowerShell team, as they will - after two previous attempts unsuccessful due to leadership and culture - finally implement SSH support.
A malicious version of the popular open source Secure Shell (SSH) client PuTTY has been spotted and analyzed by Symantec researchers, and found to have information-stealing capabilities.
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