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Microsoft Will Give You up to $20k for Finding Dynamics 365 Security Bugs

Microsoft's Dynamics 365 bounty seeks RCE, escalation of privilege, and spoofing/tampering issues, with rewards ranging from $500 to $20k.

Xbox Chip Architect Was Poached by Intel for a ‘Really Exciting Oppurtunity’

Former Xbox SoC architect Jon Sells has revealed why he left for Intel, what he will be doing there, and thoughts on several recent industry trends.

The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Will Reach End of Servicing Today

The Windows 10 Fall Creators update will stop receiving security fixes after a final build today. Users are encouraged to upgrade immediately to ensure the safety of their system.

Apple Mac Vulnerability Leaves Platform Open to Kernel Exploit

A newly disclosed flaw in Webroot on Mac could give attackers the ability to execute kernel level codes, but only with local access.

New Security Flaw Has Potential to Affect Every PC in Sleep Mode

A new security vulnerability caused by Sleep Mode firmware could allow attackers to steal data from hard disks. The problem potentially affects every modern computer.
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Report: Intel to Launch 9th-Generation Core Processors in October

Among them will be the Intel Core i9-9900K, with 8 cores and 16 threads. Joining the flagship will be a new Core i7 and Core i5.

Intel Tech Allows GPU-Based Malware Scanning in Windows Defender ATP

Intel's Accelerated Memory scanning lets Windows Defender ATP users search for malware while using fewer CPU resources. It joins Intel Advanced Platform Telemetry as part of the company's threat detection offering.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Finally Gets a Fix for USB Devices

Microsoft has finally fixed issues with USB devices on the Windows 10 Fall Creators update, but it comes with its own issues. The update is causing some PCs to become unbootable.
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Surface Laptop Firmware Update Promises Battery Improvements

A new firmware release for the Surface Laptop also makes unspecified changes to the System Aggregator to make it more stable.

Google Project Zero Discloses “High” Severity Windows 10 Flaw

Days after declaring a Microsoft Edge vulnerability, Google Project Zero has disclosed a Windows 10 security flaw which has been fixed.

Windows 10 Build 17074.1002 Fixes Boot Issues on AMD PCs

Windows 10 Insider build 17074.1002 halts the block of updates on AMD PCs, finally allowing them to access the new features. It also fixes boot slowdowns.
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Intel AMT Flaw Allows Attackers to Access a Laptop in Seconds

An active vulnerability in Intel AMT allows networked business laptops to be compromised in seconds and controlled remotely.
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January Patch Tuesday Removes 17-Year Old Microsoft Word Vulnerability

A security flaw caused by the retired Equation Editor in Word is the focus of Patch Tuesday. Microsoft fixed 56 flaws in total this month.
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AMD Cuts Prices across Ryzen CPU Range by up to 30%

At CES 2018, AMD has announced decent savings on the Ryzen 3, 5, 7 and Threadripper chips, possibly pointing to replacements being announced soon.

McAfee Joins the List of Anti-Viruses Broken by Windows 7’s April Security Updates

A Windows 7 and 8.1 security update has caused issues for McAfee users, slowing down or causing unresponsiveness on boot or restart.

Microsoft Debuts Desktop Analytics to Expediate Desktop Upgrades

Desktop Analytics will allow customers to create an inventory of applications ahead of a Windows 10 or Office 365 upgrade.
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Google Awards 18-Year-Old Student $36,000 for Discovery of Remote Code Execution Flaw

Uruguayan Ezequiel Pereira López found a remote code execution vulnerability in Google's App Engine and has been rewarded over a $30,000 as a result. It's not the student's first find, though it is his highest paying to date.

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