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As a consequence of skipping its February Patch Tuesday release, Microsoft is leaving two publicly disclosed vulnerabilities unpatched with proof-of-concept exploits available for both. That raises the stakes exponentially on possible attacks, said Tod Beardsley, senior research director at Rapid7. “While there may not be active campaigns to exploit these issues today, the clock does […]

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Microsoft has decided to bundle its February patches together with those scheduled for March, a move that at least some security experts disagree with. “I was surprised to learn that Microsoft wants to postpone by a full month,” said Carsten Eiram, the chief research officer at vulnerability intelligence firm Risk Based Security, via email. Read […]

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By Paul Sandle LONDON (Reuters) – Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales has taken a substantial stake in The Peoples Operator (TPO), a London-based mobile provider that pays 10 percent of revenue to good causes, with the aim of taking it to the United States and other markets. Wales said TPO had pulled off the difficult feat […]

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