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Microsoft Joins Forces with NSA to Stop BlueKeep

The BlueKeep situation seems to have blown out of proportion; or, at least, that’s how it looks after the National Security Agency (NSA) decided to join efforts with Microsoft in an attempt to stop the spread of BlueKeep. The latest reports reveal that over one million machines are at risk. …

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Microsoft Rolls out Cumulative Update KB4497935 for Windows 10

Last week, Microsoft rolled out the KB4497935 update for the 64-bit version of Windows 10. The latest patch comes with numerous security and system updates and can now be downloaded via Windows 10’s Update and Security Manager. In a post dedicated to the build, Microsoft noted that the patch fixed …

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Security Researcher Reveals Windows 10 Zero-Day Vulnerability

A security researcher has recently revealed a major Windows 10 vulnerability that could potentially give a hacker full access to a computer. The researcher, which goes by the GitHub handle SandboxEscaper, said that the exploit had been successfully tested on machines running the 32- and 64-bit version of Windows 10. …

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Microsoft Quietly Removes Huawei Laptops from Online Store

In the wake of Trump’s exec order, which prohibits US companies from buying and using foreign telecom tech, Microsoft has removed Huawei laptops from its online store. Whereas a couple of weeks ago, the company was trumpeting the latest X Pro laptop in the MateBook series, now all search inquests …

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