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In an emailed statement the company clarified that PCs running the latest version of Windows 10 appear to be safe from the alleged security vulnerabilities of CIA hacking tools.
The Security Updates Guide is already accessible as a preview and will go "live" on February 14. It will allow organizations to sort bulletins by CVE, KB number, product, or release date.
The company has sent out cumulative updates and update rollups for the last four versions of Exchange Server, including Exchange 16. The releases focus on clearing up problems from previous roll outs.
Netgear has a new firmware update to solve a vulnerability in three routers of eight found to be at risk from hacker exploits. The flaw allows hackers to access a router via a malicious URL and was given a rating of 9.3 out of 10 on the Common Vulnerability Scoring System.
Microsoft has rolled out a total of 94 fixes to address vulnerabilities in its software. The security updates cover Internet Explorer, Edge, SharePoint, Silverlight and more.
The company’s latest security patch introduces 94 fixes for several services. Chief among them is a fix for an Internet Explorer exploit that allowed attacker to easily hide ransomware in ad networks.
A new flaw in the Secure Root policy means that Windows devices can be unlocked. This would allow users to change the OS and attackers to install bootkits and rootkits.
A small update for Microsoft’s Surface Book tablet/laptop hybrid has updated the driver for the NVIDIA GeForce GPU driver.
Research from 1010data suggests that the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book are thriving, with the latter grabbing a 25% rise in market share in the first quarter.
The Galaxy TabPro S is a hybrid tablet/laptop that is a rival to Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 and the device is now making its debut in the Great White North.
In a blog post, Microsoft said an upcoming update for the Photos app will fix a seemingly common problem where the app does not read a mounted SD card.
A critical account authentication flaw discovered earlier in the week was quickly dealt with by Microsoft, with the company patching the issue within 48 hours.