A new Windows zero-day flaw has just been unearthed, and worryingly, this vulnerability is already being exploited in the wild with reports of a few installations being compromised. Interestingly, it affects all versions of Windows, except for Windows Server 2003 — ironic, because this is the version of the operating...

Hand it to Redmond for quick service! The company has just issued a brand new update, out of cycle, in order to resolve a critical flaw in Internet Explore that was discovered last week. The vulnerability affects all versions of Windows, including the retired Windows XP. Microsoft confirmed in an updated statement...

The Internet Explorer team at Redmond has had a busy few weeks. The company has just released its Patch Tuesday updates for March 2014, and they address no less than 18 issues in the web browser. All but two were privately reported, and one of the public vulnerability is reportedly being used to by cybercriminals to...

When it comes to computing security, this is one of the more normal things to happen. The recently discovered zero-day flaw that Redmond said was affecting Windows Vista computers, is also present on Windows XP installations. Meaning, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 are all in the affected camp. In...