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DAILY VIDEO: Intel's CEO addresses the Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws at CES 2018; Microsoft tweaks its Edge browser in wake of the Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws; a former employee sues Google claiming discrimination against white men; and there's more.
In the late 1980s, Gartner popularized the term “total cost of ownership” (TCO) to define the long-term cost of maintenance in addition to the upfront price of an enterprise technology. Microsoft began using TCO as a key metric to show that although...
DAILY VIDEO: Cryptocurrency mining operations take aim at SSH servers; Microsoft is investigating a problematic Meltdown patch on AMD PCs; Broadcom turns its focus to shareholders in its bid for Qualcomm; and there's more.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Microsoft is halting all updates, including security updates, on Windows systems with badly-behaved antivirus products.

But you can fix this problem.
Your antivirus must be compatible with Microsoft's Meltdown-Spectre fixes for you to get patches this month or in future.
Users of some third-party security software won't get Windows security updates that address critical CPU flaws until their antivirus applications are patched.
Microsoft removes Equation Editor from Word after finding more attacks on Office users.
You're fondling our kernel wrong, grumbles Microsoft Microsoft's workaround to protect Windows computers from the Intel processor security flaw dubbed Meltdown has revealed the rootkit-like nature of modern security tools.…
An Office memory corruption vulnerability is the only CVE reported as under active attack for this month's Patch Tuesday.
Thanks to Meltdown and Spectre, January has already been an extremely busy month of patching for Microsoft.
Exclusive interview with Windows Security lead on how 2017 was a "return to retro" security threats and 2018 will bring increasingly targeted, advanced, and dangerous cyberattacks.
Microsoft is pausing the rollout of Windows Meltdown and Spectre patches until hosted anti-virus software vendors confirms no unsupported Windows kernel calls via the addition of a registry key on PCs.