Valve has awarded a bounty of $7,500 to a person who identified a bug through which they could artificially inflate their wallets funds on Steam by changing the POST request via certain email IDs.
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is a fantastic but restricted adventure
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Build 22000.282 fixes for Ryzen L3 cache performance issue, and more
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Google has decided to launch a new dedicated website that unifies the different VRPs and makes publishing bug reports and submissions easier. This is to celebrate 10 years of its VRP.
Microsoft has confirmed that its recent July security update has broken printing and scanning on systems when using smart card authentication. The problem is related to certain changes it made.
Security researchers are reporting that Microsoft's fix for the PrintNightmare vulnerability that rolled out to most Windows versions is ineffective, and can let attackers completely bypass it.
Microsoft has begun rolling out a mandatory update for the most recent Windows 10 versions - 2004, 20H2, and 21H1 - to patch the recently acknowledged PrintNightmare critical vulnerability.
Microsoft Teams seems to be experiencing a blocking bug. A recent update seems to have caused a "Select a certificate" prompt to be displayed to Teams users before they can use the software.
A Microsoft Defender bug is creating thousands of files and clogging the boot drive on Windows Server 2016 and 2019, according to user reports. It is now being fixed via an update to the service.
Accessing a particular location in Windows 10 throws an error message that a drive has been corrupted and needs to be fixed via restarting with chkdsk. A fix is not available in Windows 10 20H2.
Following multiple delays from Microsoft, Google's Project Zero security team has disclosed yet another high severity security flaw in Windows. If exploited, it can cause elevation of privilege.
If your save file in Cyberpunk 2077 becomes too big due to excessively collecting and crafting in-game items, it will become irreversibly corrupted and you will lose all progress contained in it.
Following a botched fix by Qualcomm which caused a new kernel privilege escalation bug, Google Project Zero has publicly disclosed details of a high severity security flaw in the Adreno GPU driver.
Google's Project Zero team has disclosed a zero-day vulnerability in Windows that enables elevated code execution that is currently being exploited. Microsoft is expected to patch the bug next month.
Microsoft has posted a new support document that provides a workaround for the issue resulting in the 'Reset this PC' feature failing to work for some Windows 10 users on the May 2020 Update.
After many user reports, Microsoft acknowledged a bug in LinkedIn that prevents users from successfully canceling their Premium subscriptions, leading to them being billed for unintended terms.
Pixel owners have taken to Reddit and Google's forums to report issues with the recent apps screen freezing when swiping up from the bottom. We can confirm that our device too suffers a lag.
A new report has emerged claiming that Microsoft fixed a significant security vulnerability in various versions of Windows, even though a Google-owned service disclosed it to Microsoft in 2018.
A new bug in the YouTube Music app on Android and iOS is causing playlist items to become unavailable. This issue appears to affect both catalog songs and user-uploaded music alike.
Microsoft has acknowledged a bug that causes LSASS crashes, resulting in forced reboots. The problem affects Windows 10 versions 1809 and newer and has been added to the list of known issues.
HP has released a fix through Windows Update for the 'KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED' issue that causes devices to blue screen. Reports increased after this month's Patch Tuesday updates.
A new bug in Apple's operating systems seems to cause devices to crash when a new notification is received for a message containing a specific set of characters. It's fixed in the latest iOS beta.
Many users complained of Facebook removing their posts under the guise of spam. Facebook later said that this was caused by a buggy anti-spam filter and restored the incorrectly removed posts.
Some Let's Encrypt users have to renew their certificates after a CAA rechecking bug was discovered. Let's Encrypt will start revoking affected certificates beginning 00:00 UTC March 4.
A researcher has revealed that a bug in the Android Twitter app's 'contacts upload' feature allowed for a match of 17 million phone numbers with their accounts. The bug hasn't been acknowledged yet.
While Windows 10 build 19002 was released to Insiders yesterday, unfortunately it shipped with the same exact bug preventing shutdown or restart for a limited amount of testers. Here's a fix for that.
A recent Chrome update may have prevented some macOS machines from rebooting properly after damaging their file system. Google is offering a solution, which involves some terminal commands.
With temporary fixes for its network adapter failures found in its latest 18362.356 build for Windows 10 (1903), the company has followed suit and addressed the woes surrounding the audio in games.
Microsoft's latest Patch Tuesday updates have brought up quite some major issues. Now, some users are reporting that their network adapter seems to have been broken after installing build 18362.356.
The latest batch of firmware updates to Microsoft's Surface Book 2 and Surface Pro 6 seem to be playing havoc with the PCs' processors, leading to excessive throttling down to 400MHz clock speeds.
Facebook's Messenger Kids app has violated its core principles by allowing users to communicate with children through group chats without the prior approval of those kids' parents.
Apple has temporarily disabled its Walkie-Talkie app on the Apple Watch due to the discovery of a vulnerability that could allow someone to listen through another user's iPhone. A fix is in the works.
Multiple Galaxy S10 users have reported that their devices are having issues that cause the phones to freeze, with no immediate solution right now. The problem also affects third-party apps.
Twitter has admitted that it accidentally shared the location data of a subset of iOS users with a "trusted partner". However, the bug has now been resolved and the data has apparently been deleted.
Apple is rolling out a patch for a bug with its App Store that prevented some users from downloading apps and updates. Instead, they were stuck on an endless loop of the store's terms and conditions.
Windows 10 PCs running the April 2018 Update or the October 2018 Update are unable to upgrade to the May 2019 Update if Microsoft's system detects an external USB device or SD card attached to them.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is reportedly waking up due to accidental touches from the leg when it's put inside the pocket, indicating a bug with its proximity sensor. Samsung has yet to issue a fix.
Google has temporarily disabled the ability of Android TV users to view their Google Photos albums on their television after acknowledging a bug that exposes private pictures to other users.
A security researcher claims that Twitter has been keeping copies of deleted direct messages for many years, including both DMs you and your recipient have removed and those from deactivated accounts.
Microsoft announced that a service-side issue with Windows Update that prevented some Windows 10 users from connecting to the service has been fixed. The company cites a DNS bug as the cause.
Apple has issued an apology for the FaceTime bug which allowed you to eavesdrop on others during group calls. An update to squash the bug will be rolled out to the public next week.