Tag Archives: Bug
[German]Today a short information about a bug in Windows 10 V1803, preventing disk management to recognize internal SATA drives in a proper way. The interna SATA drives are detected in disk management as removal drives.
[German]A short note to administrators running Windows Server version 1607 als DHCP failover server. Cumulative update KB4338814 causes a bold DHCP bug during installation, so that Windows 10 Enterprise clients no longer have a network connection.
A rather odd bug in Android gives Google the possibility to access text messages from Android devices. A user has found that out by accident.
[German]Her’s another short article on to topic ‘Google’s Chrome browser suddenly shows black boxes on web pages while surfing’. The subject comes up every now and then. Currently it may hit Windows users with the Chrome 66.
[German]It seems that things went terribly wrong. Microsoft’s Meltdown updates shipped in January 2018 and February for Windows 7 (and Server 2008 R2) intended to mitigate the Meltdown vulnerability rip open a huge security hole. This allows any process under … Continue reading
[German]Do you own a Seagate NAS device? Seagate has fixed quietly a security vulnerability in the firmware of their Seagate Personal Cloud Home Media Storage.
[German]Microsoft starts rolling out an out-of-band update to mitigate (fix) the Intel CPU vulnerability bug within Windows. Currently the update for Windows 10 is available, patches for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 as well as the server counterparts will follow.
[German]Microsoft released a fix for the Microsoft JET Database Engine bug on November 2, 2017. This update fixes the problem with the Access or Excel database connection, but not in all versions of Windows. Here are some details about the … Continue reading
[German]It seems that the newly released Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (V1709) threatens us with bugs a hell. Even Explorer contains a bug that prevents renaming files or folders.
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer contains a bug, that’s revealing the user’s browsing habbits to attackers.