Monthly Archives: June 2018

Is speedy rollout of Windows 10 version 1803 causing quality problems?

Microsoft insists that its rollout of the latest Windows 10 feature update is going well, but some customers are skeptical. And without accurate data, it's impossible to tell who's right.     By Ed Bott  June 19, 2018  Windows 10 upgrade: Survey finds half of users experience problems       Facts are stubborn things," John Adams…
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Adobe expands Microsoft partnership with PDF Services integration

The new integration, along with updates to Adobe Sign and Scan, are about getting work done and documents signed from within the tools people are already using.     By Stephanie Condon  June 19, 2018     About two years after launching its strategic partnership with Microsoft, Adobe's is rolling out some product innovations that further connect…
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Windows warning: US exposes North Korea government’s Typeframe malware

North Korea's Hidden Cobra security hackers spawn new remote-access malware. By Liam Tung | June 18, 2018 Job-offer malware linked to North Korea chases bitcoin boom.       The US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) is warning users and admins about newly uncovered malware developed by North Korean hacking group Hidden Cobra, also known as the Lazarus…
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A bug in macOS’ “Quick Look” feature leaks encrypted data, researchers find

"This makes using encrypted containers pointless," said security researcher Patrick Wardle.     By Zack Whittaker fJune 18, 2018  (Image: ZDNet)     A bug in macOS can expose the contents of a user's files -- including document text and photo thumbnails -- even if the drive is encrypted. Security researcher Wojciech Regula found that the "Quick…
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