Redmond very recently found out about a moderately threatening zero-day flaw that affects various versions of Windows and Office, and although attacks utilizing this vulnerability have been reported, it is unlikely to be patched sooner than December. The company detailed the security bulletin for the November 2013...

And boy, is this one scary! Redmond has just released a new security advisory this morning detailing a security flaw that the company found in a number of its products, including Windows Vista. This vulnerability allows an attacker to get the same rights and privileges as the logged in user. According to Microsoft,...

Back in June this year, Microsoft launched a Windows 8.1 bug bounty campaign, with the intention of encouraging more security researchers to find and report security flaws in its newest operating system. The programs were a success, with a number of exploits revealed in both Windows 8.1 and Internet Explorer 11, and...

News came out back in September that an Internet Explorer vulnerability that gave attackers the ability to execute arbitrary code on unpatched system had been unearthed. This particular flaw was initially said to affect versions 8 and 9, but Microsoft announced that the vulnerability could potentially affect all...