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Microsoft to solve 17-year-old Windows vulnerability

Microsoft to solve 17-year-old Windows vulnerability

It is really unbelievable. Giant MicroSoft did not issue any kind of patches for 17 year. One day after a Google security researcher released code to expose a flaw that affects every release of the Windows NT kernel — from Windows NT 3.1 (1993) up to and including Windows 7 (2009) — Microsoft dropped a […]

By On January 25, 2010 1 Response
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Microsoft Delayed Critical IE Patch For Months

Microsoft Delayed Critical IE Patch For Months

Microsoft reportedly took at least three months to patch a critical IE6 vulnerability, which allowed Chinese-based hackers to load malware onto Google computers, obtain intellectual property and glean information linked to Gmail users. “[The company] was aware months ago of the vulnerability well before hackers exploited it to breach Google, Adobe and other large US […]

By On January 23, 2010 Respond
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Google & Microsoft helping the victims in Haiti

Google & Microsoft helping the victims in Haiti

Google & Microsoft, the two big giants are trying to help the victims of the devastating earthquake in Haiti. Microsoft said it will donate $1.25 million, a combination of cash and in-kind donations, to Haiti earthquake relief. Just like during that flood that struck Manila, Google is once again mobilizing all its web resources to […]

By On January 16, 2010 Respond
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Plagiarism !! Shame on Microsoft

Plagiarism !! Shame on Microsoft

Microsoft admits code theft for Chinese blog Juku Microsoft has indefinitely suspended its Chinese microblogging service MSN Juku after admitting that it “copied” code used to create the site. A vendor contracted to work for the software giant was caught lifting code from a rival Canadian start-up, Plurk. According to Plurk as much as 80% […]

By On December 22, 2009 1 Response
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Microsoft to patch 13 vulnerabilities tomorrow

Microsoft to patch 13 vulnerabilities tomorrow

Microsoft will release a patch addressing 13 vulnerabilities (eight of them marked as ‘critical’ and five of them marked as ‘important’) tomorrow for the month of October, 2009. According to the Microsoft Security Response Center, Microsoft will issue 13 Security Bulletins on Tuesday, and it will host a webcast to address customer questions about the […]

By On October 12, 2009 Respond
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Microsoft planning 128-bit Windows 8 and 9

Microsoft planning 128-bit Windows 8 and 9

An embarrassing leak from Microsoft’s R&D team has brought its plan to design 128-bit operating systems succeeding Windows 7 into limelight. Microsoft employee Robert Morgan appeared to detail the software giant’s plans for Windows 8, and even Windows 9, on business networking site LinkedIn, where he listed his job as ‘senior research and development’. His […]

By On October 11, 2009 Respond
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Microsoft loses Sidekick user’s personal data

Microsoft loses Sidekick user’s personal data

The big news today is the data failure of Microsoft’s Danger subsidiary serving the T-Mobile Sidekick users. Around a week ago Danger experienced a huge outage that left many T-Mobile Sidekick users without access to their calendar, address book, and other key data. That’s because the Sidekick keeps nearly all its data in the cloud […]

By On October 11, 2009 2 Responses
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Microsoft to enter social networking space

Microsoft to enter social networking space

Microsoft has always been in adopting internet trends. But, better late than never. Hence, its no surprise that it has decided to enter the social networking space now. Microsoft has created a research group to look into how the company can extend its reach into social networking. The new research team will be called Future […]

By On October 10, 2009 4 Responses
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Microsoft reports attacks using IIS vulnerability

Microsoft reports attacks using IIS vulnerability

Microsoft has confirmed that a vulnerability in its Internet Information Services (IIS) platform is being used for ‘limited attacks’ on the servers it’s running on. Microsoft disclosed the vulnerability on Monday. the company said on Friday that it is still working on resolving the problem. Meanwhile, the users are recommended to follow the advisory issued […]

By On September 5, 2009 Respond
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Yahoo To Become The Default Search Engine Of Firefox, Google Out

Yahoo To Become The Default Search Engine Of Firefox, Google Out

Google has been Firefox’s default search engine for the past 10 years. But lately, Firefox has signed deal with Yahoo, making it the default search engine.

By On November 20, 2014 Respond
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PS4 Leads The Race Of Sales With 5 Million Units Against Xbox One’s Tripled Sales

PS4 Leads The Race Of Sales With 5 Million Units Against Xbox One’s Tripled Sales

Microsoft has sold millions of Xbox One consoles in the month of October, but they are somewhat still far behind in the race of sales against PS4, which is leading the chart by a whopping 5 million.

By On November 15, 2014 Respond
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All Lumia Windows Phone 8 Devices Will Be Upgraded To Windows 10

All Lumia Windows Phone 8 Devices Will Be Upgraded To Windows 10

If you’re a Windows Phone 8 user, then there’s definitely a good news for you. Lately, Microsoft has announced that all its Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices will be upgraded to Windows 10.

By On November 14, 2014 Respond
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Lumia 535 Is The First Non-Nokia Smartphone, Costs $140

Lumia 535 Is The First Non-Nokia Smartphone, Costs $140

Last month, Microsoft’s Lumia started replacing the Nokia brand. Few days ago, the software giant hinted that it would bring the very first non-Nokia Lumia smartphone. And finally, the wait is over. Microsoft has unveiled Lumia 535, which is touted to be the very first non-Nokia smartphone.

By On November 12, 2014 1 Response
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New Drawing Feature Of Skype Released Exclusively On Windows Phones

New Drawing Feature Of Skype Released Exclusively On Windows Phones

Skype’s latest update for Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 comes with new features including drawing. Users can now draw within the app and send them to friends, and can also annotate Bing maps with this feature.

By On October 22, 2014 Respond
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17 ATM Machines Hacked In Malaysia With New Methods, $1.2 Million Stolen

17 ATM Machines Hacked In Malaysia With New Methods, $1.2 Million Stolen

Earlier we have seen hackers stealing money from ATM using infected USBs in Malaysia. But this time, it went even bigger. Lately, a Latin American gang of cyber criminals just hacked 17 ATM machines in Malaysia with new methods and stole $1.2 million!

By On October 4, 2014 Respond
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