Microsoft Warns of a 17-Year-Old ‘Wormable’ Bug

Microsoft Warns of a 17-Year-Old ‘Wormable’ Bug

Since WannaCry and NotPetya struck the internet just over three years ago, the security industry has scrutinized every new Windows bug that could be used to create a similar…

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Love Bug's Creator Tracked Down To Repair Shop In Manila

Love Bug’s Creator Tracked Down To Repair Shop In Manila

The man behind the world’s first major computer virus outbreak has admitted his guilt, 20 years after his software infected millions of machines worldwide. Filipino…

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Single Malicious GIF Opened Microsoft Teams to Nasty Attack

Single Malicious GIF Opened Microsoft Teams to Nasty Attack

Microsoft has fixed a subdomain takeover vulnerability in its collaboration platform Microsoft Teams that could have allowed an inside attacker to weaponize a single GIF…

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BlueKeep attacks are happening, but it's not a worm

BlueKeep attacks are happening, but it’s not a worm

Security researchers have spotted the first mass-hacking campaign using the BlueKeep exploit; however, the exploit is not being used as a self-spreading worm, as Microsoft…

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More critical Remote Desktop flaws expose Windows systems to hacking

More critical Remote Desktop flaws expose Windows systems to hacking

Microsoft has identified and patched several vulnerabilities in the Windows Remote Desktop Services (RDS) component — formerly known as Terminal Services — which is widely…

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