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They'll be hitting the Insider Program soon... but not for everybody.
After a prominent security analyst criticized the implementation of a Windows 10 security feature, Microsoft fired back.

That behavior is "by design," says Redmond. Here's the full story.
The fallback position from Windows phones: running Microsoft apps on Android.
Word, Excel, and Powerpoint can be yours for $7 a month.
Whether coffee or tea, cocoa or Soylent, your mug reveals more than beverage choice.
Millions of computers could be remotely hijacked through bug in firmware code.
The new interface takes regular searching out of Cortana's hands.
Tech-support scam sites now contain click-to-call to "help" victims more easily contact their sham hotlines.
The problem's still there in Windows 10, so prepare for code re-use attacks A Carnegie-Mellon CERT researcher has discovered the Microsoft broke some use-cases for its Address Space Layout Randomisation (ASLR), designed to block code-reuse attacks.…
Microsoft is looking to help developers move code from the Windows-oriented .Net Framework to cross-platform .Net Core via extended API access.

But whether developers should actually make the move depends on their affinity for Windows.Microsoft has ...
US-CERT is warning of a vulnerability in Microsoft’s implementation of Address Space Layout Randomization that affects Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.
A security expert found a way to work around Microsoft's Address Space Randomization Layer, which protects the OS from memory-based attacks.