Microsoft patched 46 separate vulnerabilities — the majority of which were the highest “critical” rating.
With the improvement in the quality of media files, games and software, our computer systems are becoming hungrier for more storage space with every passing day. No matter how huge your system’s hard drive is, you’re eventually, going to see the low storage error.
There comes a time in every Windows user’s life when their precious machine gets corrupted for whatever reason. When that happens, the user will run into problems like the BSOD, error messages and even crashes.
When you’re a bad guy breaking into a network, the first problem you need to solve is, of course, getting into the remote system and running your malware on it. But once you’re there, the next challenge is usually to make sure that your activity is as hard to detect as possible. Microsoft has detailed a neat technique used by a group in Southeast Asia that abuses legitimate management tools to evade firewalls and other endpoint-based network monitoring.
Anyone who uses Windows can face a number of major and minor issues that come with it. The minor ones leave you annoyed, and negatively affect your productivity. The major ones, however, may crash your programs and can make you restart the system altogether.