Category Archives: Security
[German]Intel released another batch of microcode updates (to OEMs) to close the Spectre V2 vulnerability for 6th, 7th and 8th generation Intel CPUs.
[German]I don’t know if anyone else is using Bittorrent via the uTorrent client or their web client. For security reasons, you should not use the these clients any more.
[German]Many users are knowing 7-Zip as a tool for unpacking archive files. The software is free of charge and is also available in a portable version for Windows. In addition, 7-Zip is also used in various products. Funny world? Unfortunately, … Continue reading
[German]Windows 10 had a bug, that allowed malware to trick Windows 10’s Anti-Malware Scan Interface (AMSI) by including a null character. The character simply caused the code not to be scanned. The bug was fixed on February 2018 patchday.
Microsoft has released on February 16, 2018, revised security information about Advisory CVE-2018-0810 and CVE-2018-0831.
[German]Microsoft currently fails to deliver updates in a secure way. In a Security by obscurity style, Microsoft offers update downloads via insecure http protocol. This also applies to downloads from the Microsoft Update Catalog. And Microsoft Update Catalog strikes, if … Continue reading
[German]On Tuesday, February 13,2018 (Patchday), Microsoft released various security updates for Microsoft Office in addition to Windows updates. Here is the list of updates.
[German]Microsoft has releases several cumulative updates for all supported Windows 10 builds on February 13, 2018. Here are some details about the updates.
[German]Microsoft has released several security updates for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 8.1 (and corresponding Server versions). Here an overview about these updates.
[German]Microsoft released a series of security updates for Windows and other products on February 13, 2018. Here is a brief overview of critical and non-critical security updates, a list of all 50 CVEs and details to an updated Microsoft Security … Continue reading