Online censorship watchdog Greatfire says that Microsoft was attacked over the weekend, causing havoc for Chinese users. [UPDATED with Microsoft statement]
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A new version of the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit mostly improves compatibility with applications software, and specifically with Java and Chrome.
The language Microsoft uses internally is changing; and that means the way it works is changing too.
MSFTNews Twitter account hijacked, sends out SEA messages. Within an hour the tweets were removed.
From October 14-17 the InterContinental Hotel in Malaysia hosts controversial security conference Hack in The Box. Its lineup includes iCloud hacking and the Microsoft bounty winner.
The Redmond giant says it has successfully disrupted a harmful network of botnets.
The attack, which saw 285 sites defaced, appears to have involved the alteration of their DNS entries. A Pakistani hacker group has reportedly claimed that the servers of .pk registrar PKNIC provided the necessary vulnerabilities.
About 20 percent of compromised credentials, exposed via hacks on other service providers, match Microsoft Account logins due to password reuse
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Security researchers say they can extract credit card information from Xbox 360s even after they have been restored to factory settings. Microsoft says it is investigating the claims.
Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) director Mike Reavey talks about the CanSecWest Pwn2Own challenge that saw a successful exploit of two zero-day vulnerabilities in the Internet Explorer 9 browser.
Financial information may have been stolen by those who hacked into India's Microsoft store earlier this month, according to customer, contradicting Redmond's previous assertion that payment details were not exposed.
Microsoft India's online shop has been hacked by a Chinese group called Evil Shadow Team, which stole logins and passwords of shoppers, according to the Times of India
Chinese hackers called Evil Shadow Team struck India's online Microsoft store over the weekend.
Hacker group strikes Microsoft India's store and steals login identities and passwords. User details also not encrypted bringing IT giant's security into question.
Software giant didn't immediately encourage hackers tinkering with its motion-sensing game controller. Now, it plans a PC-specific Kinect to spark new uses for the gadget.
Fraudulent certificates for a number of organisations, including MI6, the CIA and Mossad were issued following the hack on Dutch certification company DigiNotar
A number of high-profile websites have redirected users, after DNS entries were hacked into by a Turkish hacker, who attacks Korean websites last month.
Google, Mozilla and Microsoft have rushed to strengthen protections against an attack that used a fraudulent SSL certificate to fool people into thinking they were using Google.com
Security company Symantec has analysed the attack vectors and methods of the cyberattacks that targeted governments and organisations around the world
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