Microsoft has recently revealed that a KB update in August's Patch Tuesday effectively breaks printing for some organizations by repeatedly requiring admin credentials when printing.
Microsoft has patched a security flaw in the Azure Container Instances services that allowed data to leak across customers using the same clusters. Potentially affected customers have been notified.
Razer has confirmed that it is working on patching an easily exploitable security issue which allows a local attacker to gain admin privileges to your system using just a Razer mouse or a dongle.
Microsoft highlighted a collection of BadAlloc vulnerabilities earlier this year. Federal U.S. cybersecurity agency CISA has now issued an advisory as the problem affects tons of BlackBerry products.
Microsoft has released another patch for the critical PrintNightmare vulnerability. It makes major changes to the Point and Print functionality on Windows, and immediate installation is recommended.
Microsoft has issued an advisory about a cyberattack from a Chinese group targeting SolarWinds' products. A hotfix has been released but organizations are still advised to review guidance.
This past week has seen PrintNightmare patches come out (and be contested), the arrival of new Insider builds, additional Game Pass games, and more. Be sure to catch up via our handy overview.
Despite claims to the contrary, Microsoft says that its PrintNightmare patch works as intended. It states that security researchers who are calling it ineffective are using insecure configurations.
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.
An exploit called "PrintNightmare" is being investigated by Microsoft. It potentially affects all versions of Windows. U.S. CISA has marked it as "critical" as it can lead to remote code execution.
Intel has released a patch that claims to fix a problem related to Speed Select Technology (SST), which is causing a performance loss of more than 10%. SST is a power management solution on Xeons.
Microsoft has released a new set of security updates for numerous Exchange Server versions following the discovery of certain security flaws. Exchange Online once again contains protections already.
The delayed 1.2 update for Cyberpunk 2077 is almost here. Its patch notes reveal a huge number of bug fixes, optimizations, and gameplay tweaks. Ray tracing is headed to AMD graphics cards as well.
Microsoft has announced that based on the telemetry data it has been observing from 400,000 on-premises Exchange Server IPs, 92% have applied patches to mitigate the ongoing security vulnerabilities.
Microsoft has enabled Defender Antivirus to automatically mitigate a recent vulnerability in on-premises Exchange server instances. This acts only as a temporary workaround to break the attack chain.
Microsoft has revealed that on-premises Exchange servers are under attack from a state-sponsored group operating from China and utilizing 0-day exploits. Exchange Online is safe from the threat.
Due to the recent cyberattack on CD Projekt and the extensive scope of the major update, the upcoming 1.2 Patch to Cyberpunk 2077 has been delayed out of its original February release window.
CDPR has advised caution for users who utilize custom mods and saves to enhance their gaming experience in Cyberpunk 2077 on PC after the discovery of a security exploit in external DLL files.
Apple has pulled iCloud 12 from the Microsoft Store. While the company hasn't officially cited a reason yet, many users had complained about bugs including two-factor authentication not working.
CDPR has released a new patch for PC, console and Stadia users. The patch improves performance as well as offers platform-specific fixes. It is rolling out to PCs, consoles and Stadia users.
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.
CD Projekt Red has released a new hotfix for Cyberpunk 2077. The new update removes the 8MB save file limit on PCs and brings improvements to the game. The patch is available for both Consoles and PC.
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.
The "high" severity security flaw in GitHub publicly disclosed by Google's Project Zero team earlier this month has finally been patched. The security team has validated the fix and closed it.
IBM researchers discovered three vulnerabilities in Cisco's Webex that allowed attackers to join meetings without being detected, even after being expelled. The bugs have now been fixed.
Microsoft and HP are rolling out a fix for a configuration issue with the HP Battery Health Manager in the BIOS on some business laptops like the EliteBook series. The update is rolling out now.
The second Flight Simulator patch version 188.8.131.52 is now out with a multitude of fixes. There are updates to avionics, airliner and general aviation systems, aerodynamics, ATC, UI, and more.
As promised, Microsoft has released patch version 184.108.40.206 for Flight Simulator, bringing fixes to stability, performance, and more. Users must close and re-open the game to install the patch.
The latest patch is in its final stages and will be arriving within the next week. It will address stability and installation issues, and update the content manager, among further fixes.
Mozilla has released Firefox 74.0.1 which includes patches for two zero-day vulnerabilities that are actively being exploited in the wild. The vulnerabilities allow hackers to run code on systems.
Google has patched three security bugs on Chrome, one of which is a zero-day vulnerability that is currently being exploited in the wild. The update is out for Windows, Mac, and Linux users.
The UK's GCHQ has warned people that they should stop using Windows 7 for sensitive activities from tomorrow. Windows 7 will no longer receive security updates leaving systems vulnerable to malware.
After last week pledging to support older versions of its Firefox browser that were affected by the disabled add-on certificate signing, Mozilla has now released extensions that fix versions 47 to 65.
Microsoft has released an emergency Windows update for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 systems to fix a serious memory bug that was introduced after a bungled Meltdown patch in January.
From previews for everyone and everything, to bodies of water of a thieving nature, to patches of the greatest variety, there's been a lot of Microsoft news this week. Catch up with our handy guide.
Version 2.8 of massive-scale space strategy game Galactic Civilizations III is available right now and leverages gamers' powerful PCs to deliver even more intelligent computer opponents.
Microsoft this weekend issued an emergency update to abide by Intel's advisory requesting users to not not install a buggy Spectre mitigation that was causing systems to crash unexpectedly.
The Linux distribution, Tails, which focuses on privacy, has been bumped to version 3.5. The update brings Tor Browser 7.5 and a new Linux kernel which mitigates more fully against Spectre.