Windows 10 will be out this summer, available in 111 languages and in 190 countries around the world.
This month Microsoft has released 14 new bulletins, 5 of which are rated as Critical, 9 as Important.
The upcoming Windows 10 will offer more authentication options instead of just passwords, Dustin Ingalls, Group Program Manager for Windows Security & Identity, has shared in a blog post.
The considerable interest users have shown for testing Microsoft's Windows 10 Technical Preview version has not passed unnoticed by cyber scammers and malware peddlers.
Among the many vulnerabilities that Microsoft patched on Tuesday is one that can be exploited to bypass all Windows security measures by, curiously enough, modifying a single bit of the Windows operating system.
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