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“4 New Critical Flaws” in Windows 10 Discovered by Microsoft

By Dibya Nayani Senapati 0 Comment August 23, 2019

4 new critical security flaws in Windows 10 were discovered by Microsoft itself. The company is worried about these security bugs because according to them these bugs could be weaponized to launch a computer virus targeting the PCs and servers across the world. These 4 flaws are “wormable”, meaning these flaws open the path for […]

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Warning!! Windows Defender can be Disabled by New Version of TrickBot Trojan

By Chaitra V M 0 Comment August 5, 2019

TrickBot is a particularly stealthy banking Trojan which has existed since 2016. Since then, it has been thought to have leaked at least 250 million email accounts in order to distribute malware payload. TrickBot is a banking Trojan that  continues its evolution of targeting software security in order to prevent its removal and  detection. TrickBot […]

Kasper-sky Lab has Accused Microsoft to disable its Antivirus

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment June 7, 2017

Late last year, Kaspersky Lab has filed a complaint with the Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) on the Microsoft company. Now she brings the battlefield in Europe, where he has also filed an antitrust complaint to the European Commission and the Federal Cartel Office of Germany. Microsoft is accused of using the dominant Windows operating […]

Microsoft may be killing File History with the Windows 10

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment June 5, 2017

The next update of Windows 10 will be in the fall, called Fall Creators Update the operating system. As usual, the Microsoft is planning several major innovations, features, and improvements to existing features. However, developers will not only add but also clean. Users can lose function called “history files”. This built-in file backup tool that […]

Microsoft Quietly Patches Another Critical Malware Protection Engine Flaw

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment May 29, 2017

Microsoft quietly patched a critical vulnerability Wednesday in the Malware Protection Engine. The vulnerability was found May 12 by Google’s Task Zero team, which said an attacker could have crafted an executable that when processed by the Malware Protection Engine’s emulator could permit remote code execution. Unlike May 9 emergency patch so that Google researchers […]

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