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It turns out that "But nobody uses Bing!" isn't actually true.
Windows 7 machines mostly unprotected because they're not running any antivirus, says Microsoft.
Most of these Microsoft user account compromises can be attributed to weak, guessable passwords and poor password management, researchers found.
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Researchers discover attackers are using a patched Microsoft vulnerability to abuse PowerPoint files and distribute malware.
Filings argue support for convicted robberrsquo;s position in Carpenter v. United States.
Judge says LinkedIn's reading of hacking law would have troubling consequences.
Exploit combo fails to dodge Word warning prompts A new Microsoft Office attack is doing the rounds that combines two previously known exploits.…
Exploit combo fails to dodge Word warning prompts Updated  A booby-trapped .RTF file is doing the rounds that combines two publicly available Microsoft Office exploits.…
It's the first time this exploit has been used to target PowerPoint users - and it's being used to distribute powerful Trojan malware, say researchers.
Microsoftrsquo;s .Net Core 2.0, an upgrade to the companyrsquo;s open source, cross-platform implementation of .Net, is becoming available today.

The new release includes improvements intended to make .Net Core easier to use.
It also conforms to the .Net Standard 2.0 specification designed to facilitate code sharing among .Net Framework, .Net Core, and Xamarin.Thenbsp;.Net Core frameworknbsp;can be used to build web applications and services that run on Windows, MacOS, or Linux.

Ease of use improvements in .Net Core 2.0 include making the dotnet restore command (used to install project dependencies and other tasks) implicit for commands like run, build, and publish that require it.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
There is a great deal of interest from those with traditional IT skillsmdash;such as enterprise architects, developers, and networking engineersmdash;to steer themselves into a cloud computing career that will not only provide job protection, but pay better as well.However, the path to cloud computing riches is not that clear for most.[ What is cloud computing? Everything you need to know now. | Download the public cloud megaguide PDF: Amazon, Microsoft, Google, IBM, and Joyent compared. | Stay up on the cloud with InfoWorldrsquo;s Cloud Computing Report newsletter. ]The good news: There is a path for many IT pros into the cloud.

This article shows you how to map a path to those jobs from your current state if you are an enterprise architect, database admin, application developer, system admin, test-and-acceptance engineer, or networking engineer.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here