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May 14th, 2018, by in Latest news

Developer Ben Imbushuo has managed to install a working version of Windows 10 on ARM on a Lumia 950XL, proving that the OS can work on a device with an older Snapdragon 810 processor and 3G of RAM.

Apr 15th, 2017, by in Latest news

The NSA’s chest of exploits for Microsoft’s Windows operating systems, including server editions, has been released online by Shadow Brokers.

Dec 31st, 2015, by in Latest news

Back in 2011, the first public signals that over 1,000 Uighur and Tibetan leaders, and others with sensitive positions inside China, had their Hotmail accounts compromised by attacks coming from both within and beyond China. Further Microsoft investigation revealed that the attacks had started as early as 2009, and included Japanese and African diplomats as […]

Jun 9th, 2015, by in Latest news

June is Internet Safety Month, and as part of the effort to help protect children from the more negative (and potentially dangerous) aspects modern digital life, Microsoft has taken the initiative with a post on their Microsoft on the Issues blog outlining several key issues that parents and guardians should be aware of as well […]

Apr 8th, 2015, by in Latest news

Email remains a widely popular form of communication over the internet, but email can still be very dangerous. As one of the biggest enterprise email providers, Microsoft needs to be on top of their email protection. Office 365 has Exchange Online Protection (EOP) which does a good job of protecting users, but some threats need […]

Jan 19th, 2015, by in Latest news

Hacking has been a major news story affecting tech companies, governments, and individuals all across the world. Most recently Microsoft’s Outlook.com service has been subjected to a Man In The Middle (MITM) attack aimed at stealing mobile users’ login information. This particular attack took place in China with reports pointing the finger at China’s Cyberspace […]

Dec 26th, 2014, by in Latest news

Infamous self-proclaimed cyber-terrorist group, Lizard Squad, chose December 25, 2014 to take down both Microsoft’s Xbox Live and Sony’s PlayStation Network. The group has been responsible for several past incidents, but today marks the organization’s largest attack. We virtually sat down and spoke to the group about their actions, motives, and the future to come. […]

Nov 6th, 2014, by in Latest news

You may not realize it, but there is a lot of money that can be made from selling your online identity to those who are up to no good. This makes it a great opportunity for hackers to make enough money to pay their electricity bills. This year alone, 5 million Gmail passwords were stolen, […]

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