Trend Micro has detected a malvertising campaign against web users in Japan. It turns out that the ads were using a certificate issued by Let's Encrypt. The ads led to sites which would infect PCs.
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For the last couple of days Microsoft's Training and Certification website has been plagued by downtime. But now everything should be back to normal and users can reschedule their exams.
Microsoft has announced that it's rolling out a new age rating system for Windows Store apps and games using IARC, which will automatically generate regional certificates, streamlining the process.
Microsoft has posted an alert saying that they have revoked an improperly issued SSL certificate that could have impacted all version of Windows but automatic updates should take care of the issue.
German IT-security institute AV-Test regularly tests popular antivirus software. In their latest test, Microsoft's free antivirus solution was the only program which failed to receive certification
Microsoft has issued an urgent warning for all supported versions of Windows (phones included) about unauthorized certificates being used for spoofing and phishing, along with a patch for the problem.
Microsoft has begun pushing out the first update since NoDo to help thwart fake certificates that are currently circulating the web. The notifications are currently being pushed out OTA, but the update requires you to...
Microsoft Corp. last week slammed the door on a free utility out of Australia that outflanked one the company's touted security features in Windows Vista by having the program's digital certificate revoked. LinchpinLabs' Atsiv utility,...
New Groundbreaking EV UpgraderTechnology Will Enable All IE7 Browsers on Microsoft Windows XP Client Systems to Also Display the Green Address Bar VeriSign), the leading provider of intelligent infrastructure for the networked world, today announced...
Red Hat has unveiled an initiative dubbed "Security in a Networked World" at the LinuxWorld tradeshow in San Francisco. As part of the program, the Linux vendor showcased its Red Hat Certificate System...
Thanks Scott Cate for the email alert for some new Knowledge Base articles that Microsoft have posted over the weekend. Below are two that we might find interesting; The following KB Alert applies...
"I want to build a computer that will respond to brain waves and dispense with the need to use hands," says Mridul Seth, his fingers almost a whir as he punches the keys of a...
The original version of this bulletin was released on 05 September 2002. The vulnerability identified in the original version of the bulletin could enable an attacker who had a valid end-entity certificate to issue a...
Again thanks to Bink with this revised bulletin with updated patches This update resolves the "Certificate Validation Flaw Could Enable Identity Spoofing" vulnerability in Windows XP. Download now to prevent an attacker from...
This patch eliminates a security vulnerability associated with the validation of digital certificate chains. Before installing it, customers should review the Caveats section of this bulletin, which discusses a known side effect of installing the...