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New Windows 10 management tools help IT professionals deliver updates and features to employees. CHICAGO, May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Monday at its first-ever Ignite Conference, Microsoft Corp.
On Tuesday Microsoft confirmed that there was a vulnerability located in the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine, which makes up of the core of several Microsoft security programs for desktops and servers.
Microsoft issued a fix on Thursday to address a security flaw that left Internet Explorer vulnerable to attack. The fix has been made available as part of the software giant's Automatic Update.
Boston-based Boost Software recently took home the silver trophy for Best New Company at the Best in Biz 2013 International Awards.
Adobe released new security fixes for its Flash and Shockwave media players on Tuesday, while Microsoft rolled out seven patch bundles in its July update addressing some 34 vulnerabilities in Windows and other software.
Though October 26th is several weeks away, many have already begun to use Windows 8, Microsoft’s latest desktop and tablet operating system, ahead of its official public release. As is always the case in the techno-sphere, early adopters, though often respected by their peers, are also usually the group to bear the burden of bugs and glitches.
Microsoft Wednesday released an automatic updater--available for Windows Vista, Windows 7, as well as Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2--that keeps tabs on a list of known-bad digital certificates, including the one exploited by Flame.
Microsoft is preparing an update for its gesture-base interface control Kinect for Windows sometime in May.
After years of complaints about Microsoft’s internet browser never getting updated, the software giant from Redmond has announced that Internet Explorer (IE) will be quietly updated via auto-updates.
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