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.
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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.
Security firm Cylance has reportedly uncovered a Windows security issue that could lead to attackers stealing user credentials.
Encrypting ransomware is an annoying persistent threat that many IT admins unfortunately write off as an ID10T error they can't do much about. End-user training and targeted backup strategies can serve as effective enterprise countermeasures.
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The term is not just a buzzword. The trick is to figuring out how to get Big Data to work for you.
Microsoft announced a switch today from its previously outlined Windows 10 browser development strategy.
The company has warned that the bogus Internet certs could be used in man-in-the-middle attacks.
Microsoft extended an Internet Explorer discovery tool to support older browsers.
Microsoft has added OneNote and privacy options in an update for its Office "Sway" app.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer team explained today why they didn't use an open source rendering engine with Spartan.
Both Apple and Linux finished the year with more security flaws than Microsoft's OSes.
The malware used is impossible to remove from infected devices, according to Kaspersky Lab.
The company said that information including, names, birthdays, addresses and Social Security numbers were taken.