The total number of reported vulnerabilities in Microsoft's software products, including those in the new Windows 10 operating system, rose over two-fold in the last four years and critical vulnerabilities rose by 60 percent.
A Google researcher has uncovered a severe security flaw in a password management tool that has been widely bundled with Windows 10.
Microsoft confirms leak, raises security concerns that a range of new attacks created around USB storage devices and new man-in-the-middle techniques could arise
Microsoft is to remove SMB1 server software, which was used by the NSA and later exploited by the hackers behind the recent Wannacry outbreak.
The EU privacy watchdog has told Microsoft despite changes to the install screen, there is still no clear message of how Microsoft plans to process users' data.
Some 67 percent of the UK public who use the Windows operating system on a regular basis would at least consider switching from Windows to Mac due to privacy concerns.
Today sees the end of free upgrades to Windows 10. Security requirements drove twice as many organisations in EMEA (28 percent) to upgrade to Windows 10 compared to North America (14 percent).
Microsoft's Windows 10 allows for certain data-sharing settings to be disabled, but in some cases, turning them off does nothing to stop the sharing.
Half of patch Tuesday fixes cover Windows 10
This week's 'In Case You Missed It' column looks at the five most-read articles on SC this week, from hacking of Windows 10 and exploits on patched Macs to bank attacks and DDoS.
Between BYOD and Microsoft's Wi-Fi Sense, soon there won't be such a thing as a private Wi-Fi network anymore.
Windows 10 launched today, but there were immediately security questions raised within the industry about some aspects and features on the new operating system.