Cumulative updates for Internet Explorer and Microsoft's newest browser Edge should be this month's top priorities.
Plus: Yahoo ads expose users to ransomware attack for four days.
Oracle this week released its latest quarterly Critical Patch Update (CPU) that includes fixes for 193 issues across the company's product line.
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft releases a large security update, which includes four critically rated fixes for IE, Hyper-V and Windows.
Microsoft argues that the problem would not be addressed due to the difficulty of exploiting the hole and the small possible target size of the vulnerability.
Browsium released Ion 3.5 today, with multiple enhancements to the company's browser management and Web app remediation tool.
The FBI is investigating whether St. Louis Cardinals officials breached a private database of the Houston Astros.
Plus, Microsoft turns on HTTP Strict Transport Security for Internet Explorer 11.
Organizations considering Windows 10 upgrade options will be steered, to a great degree, by Microsoft's coming service-branch options, which will affect browser choice.
Microsoft has enhanced the user interface of its Office 365 Web applications for business subscribers.
While the process to get up and running may not be the most intuitive, its worth the effort to take advantage of Microsoft's IPAM.
While it's still a work in progress, there's a lot to love with Microsoft's new Web browser.
This month's security update also includes "critical" bulletins for Windows, Office and .NET Framework.
Microsoft talked last week about how its new Edge Web browser is improving security while jettisoning older Internet Explorer technologies along the way.
Users will be warned if an ad may be fraudulent or misleading.
Microsoft announced today at its Build event that its next Web browser associated with Windows 10 will be called "Edge."
Microsoft this week announced a couple of improvements to its Internet Explorer browser compatibility solutions for organizations.
Yahoo and Microsoft on Thursday announced a change to its search partnership deal that was originally struck in 2009.
- By Scott Bekker
Just one day after Microsoft released its monthly security patch, attackers had already reverse-engineered one of the bulletins and have been using it in active attacks.
This month's Security Update includes a fix for a 0-day issue in Microsoft Office.