Microsoft has confirmed that a zero-day bug exists in Internet Explorer 8 and is working hard to release a patch. However, this isn't just an ordinary zero-day bug. According to several security firms, Chinese hackers are using this zero-day bug in IE8 to target nuclear weapons researchers running Microsoft's Windows XP operating system.
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A couple of months ago, we posted about Windows XP having it's tenth birthday. Today we are doing it
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According to Avast Software, a Czech antivirus company, computers running the decade-old Windows XP
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A California woman whose lawsuit against Microsoft was dismissed earlier this year has again sued th
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If you remember a while back, Microsoft announced that October 22 2010 would be the last day OEMs would be able to pre-install Windows XP Home on new netbook PCs. Well, that time has come.
Windows XP, the successor to both Windows 2000 and Windows Me, was the first consumer-oriented operating system produced by Microsoft to be built on the Windows NT kernel and architecture.