Nearly all significant anti-malware vendors have announced they will extend support for Windows XP users for at least one year, most for two or more.
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While Microsoft will continue to provide updates to the antivirus engine and signatures for an extra year, you will no longer be able to download the program for a new installation.
Security updates for Windows XP will end this April, but updated anti-malware signatures for the operating system will continue for another year.
In the least-critical Patch Tuesday in over 2 years, Microsoft issues just 4 updates. One of them fixes a flaw that has been exploited in the wild.
Adobe has issued updates to Acrobat, Reader and Flash Player to address critical vulnerabilities in those products.
Oh, the irony.
How do scammers posing as tech support dupe customers in to installing malware? Take a look.
It turns out the definition of "attacks" and "malicious activity" might be to blame. And a little enthusiastic over-egging of the panicky pudding.
Infamous security researcher Felix "FX" Lindner exposed Lawful Interception surveillance systems as easy to detect, derail, and maliciously exploit in his recent talk at hacking conference 30c3.
Infamous security researcher Felix "FX" Lindner exposed Lawful Interception surveillance systems as easy to detect, derail, and maliciously exploit at European hacking conference 30c3.