Windows 10 July security updates break printing on some systems according to Microsoft. Customers may experience printing and scanning issues on devices.
‘Windows Hello’ bested by researchers who used infrared photos & third-party hardware to trick the facial-recognition tech.
Windows 11 looks to be a decent upgrade, but not one to lose sleep over missing. Users with older systems that don’t meet Windows 11’s notoriously stringent hardware requirements shouldn’t feel too left out.
PrintNightmare: Microsoft has released the emergency update to fix the PrintNightmare zero-day vulnerability in all Windows versions.
PrintNightmare is a new 0-day vulnerability that exposes Windows servers to remote code execution attacks through a Windows Print Spooler vulnerability that was accidentally disclosed by Chinese researchers.
Rootkit digitally signed by Microsoft which still hasn’t revealed the cause of this serious security lapse.