The annual CMWS has come to a close and the winners announced!
With the 500D in pieces, it's time to rebuild it - Alex style.
16 cores, the fastest boost speed... high-end desktop performance on Socket AM4? Let's see if the Ryzen 9 3950X was worth waiting for.
Unclassified only, naturally.
Documents major security breaches.
Doubled, in some cases.
Still no sign of the rest of its fixes.
All fixed now, thankfully.
Affects 4.3 through to the latest 5.1.1.
Flaw reported to Microsoft in 1997...
All major browsers fall to researchers.
Details private until Thursday.
Notified Microsoft 90 days ago.
Joins Twitter, Facebook and Apple in victim list.
Blackbird downplays results, promises fix.
Ne'er-do-wells with deep pockets can apply now.
Microsoft is investigating a flaw in Internet Explorer which it warns can lead to code execution.
A zero-day flaw in all versions of Windows bypasses UAC and puts users at serious risk.
Adobe has released an emergency patch to fix a selection of security vulnerabilities.
Adobe has issued a warning regarding an as-yet unpatched vulnerability in its Acrobat and Flash software.
Microsoft is conducting an investigation into a zero-day vulnerability in SharePoint.
Microsoft has broken out of its monthly patch release schedule to issue an emergency fix for a critical zero-day vulnerability in its Internet Explorer browser.
The Mozilla Foundation has confirmed the presence of a zero-day vulnerability in its Firefox browser, but says a patch has already been made for release later this month.
An as-yet unpatched flaw in Windows Vista and the RC versions of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 have system administrators worried.
Microsoft has released details of an as-yet unpatched flaw in DirectShow - the second in a month - which leaves both desktop and server systems vulnerable to attack.
November 18 2019 | 09:00
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