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The Internet Explorer zero-day, tracked as CVE-2019-1367, has been described as a memory corruption issue that allows remote code execution. The security hole affects Internet Explorer 9, 10 and 11, and Microsoft says it’s aware of exploitation attempts against both newer and older versions. “The vulnerability could corrupt memory in such a way that an […]

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Enhancing endpoint security can be a real challenge, yet it remains a critical component of effective cyberdefenses. With a cloud-based, modern management framework for Windows 10, best-in-class digital workspaces can provide improved protection against real-time threats while requiring fewer IT and SecOps resources. Microsoft has dramatically improved the security inherent in the operating system with […]

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A vulnerability researcher published four previously unreported flaws in Microsoft Windows over three days this week, flaws that could allow a local user to escalate their rights on a compromised system to that of an administrator. Exploits for the four flaws — plus a fifth vulnerability that Microsoft fixed last week — were posted by […]

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