The decade year operating system is breathing its last, but it seems that users are still clinging on to one of the most popular operating systems ever built by Microsoft.
Microsoft’s recent Patch Tuesday has already wreaked havoc among Windows users and a recent acknowledgement from the company indicates that Office users are also suffering.
A security researcher, Bhavesh Naik, has discovered cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerability on Bing maps and from the looks of it the vulnerability is both reflective as well as persistent.
The free training classes have already begun from September 16 at the University of Washington, Seattle and has been co-hosted with the university’s eScience Institute.
Users started reporting issues with IMAP support on Outlook.com almost immediately after it was announced officially last week.
The long awaited feature is finally available on Outlook.com alongside the OAuth feature globally.
Rather than security users’ systems from security issues, the new updates are causing havoc by either reminding users to install the patches even if installed or messing up their Outlook 2013.
With the aim of accelerating the speed of research Microsoft is facilitating the research community with data collections and relevant tools.
Towards the end of its life Windows XP is getting a couple of critical security fixes alongside its younger siblings.
Following the termination of points, Microsoft is launching a new mechanism to reward its gaming community.