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  1. Monday’s CISA advisory is a staunch reminder for federal government and private sector entities to apply patches for flaws in F5 BIG-IP devices, Citrix VPNs, Pulse Secure VPNs and Microsoft Exchange servers. The U.S. government is warning that Chinese threat actors have successfully compromised several government and private sector entities in recent months, by exploiting vulnerabilities in F5 BIG-IP devices, Citrix and Pulse Secure VPNs and Microsoft Exchange servers. Patches are currently available for all these flaws – and in some ca
  2. Beaucoup bugs beset this month’s Windows patches July and August had relatively stable Patch Tuesdays. Not so, this month. Here’s the tip of the iceberg – the bugs that cropped up within a day of release. GOCMEN / Getty Images Someday, you’ll tell your grandkids about the halcyon days of July and August 2020, when Microsoft took pity on us poor patching souls and introduced few bugs in its stew of Patch Tuesday patches. Now, it looks like we’re well on our way to another mess. Althoug
  3. Complaints flood in that August Windows 10 Cumulative Update is causing BSOD, performance issues There are growing complaints that the this month’s Patch Tuesday Cumulative Update is causing massive problems for a subset of users. WindowsLatest reports that numerous users are having major issues, ranging from performance problems to actual Blue Screen of Death crashes. KB4566782, released this month on the 11th August, started with installation issues on some PCs, but things appear to have escalated since.
  4. Microsoft, stop feeding bugs to a billion Windows 10 users. Here's how One release channel isn't enough. Microsoft just rearranged the Windows Insider Program, but the company missed an opportunity to help mainstream customers who are unwittingly signing up as beta testers with each new release. With mild fanfare, Microsoft this week announced it was making a few changes to the Windows Insider Program. At first glance, these appear to be minor tweaks, renaming the options that are available for customers who sign up to install and provide feedback on Windows 10 b
  5. The Windows 10 May 2020 Update still has a whole bunch of known issues Today, Microsoft released the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, also known as version 2004. It's actually been in testing with Windows Insiders for 15 months, with the RTM build being released in December, and serviced ever since. There are a few reasons that it's been in testing for so long, but one of them is because Microsoft changed the way it delivers feature updates. Version 1909 was nothing more than an enablement package. For all intents and purposes, it was just a serviced version of 1903.
  6. Cumulative Update bugs spur Microsoft to call for help. Where’s the telemetry when we need it? The recent round of complaints about bugs in KB 4549951, this month’s Win10 version 1903 and 1909 cumulative update, have prompted a request from Microsoft to sound off. That’s great. But you have to wonder why we’re sending Microsoft all of this telemetry when it can’t pinpoint straightforward patterns. OpenClipArt-Vectors (CC0) Last Friday I wrote about problems reported with this month’s Win10 1903/1909 Cumulative Update, KB 4549951. Other t
  7. When using Nsane Light/Dark theme (on Desktop), there is nothing listed under nsane.down menu...all I see is a black strip. An image in a post (spoiler) seems to be coming out of the post area. It is so on Desktop as well as Phone (screenshot below)...strange! There's someone anonymously viewing my to-be-created topic...stranger!! - screenshot See..that's me after Signing Out, under WHO'S ONLINE list Error code: EX1040 - screenshot Horizontal scrollbar! (on Desktop and Phone) - screenshot New replies notifications
  8. Three known bugs in the latest build of Win10 version 1903 Microsoft is supposed to be keeping us informed of bugs in Win10 versions, and you’d think they’d be particularly on-the-spot about following up on bug reports in the newly christened “ready for broad deployment” version of their flagship product. Harumph. I know of three bugs — all documented on this site — that bedevil both the current release of Win10 version 1903, build 18362.387, and its predecessor, the undistributed 18362.357: The latest versions of Win10 1903 block installation of .NET 3.5. Y
  9. A Car ‘Splatometer’ Study Finds Huge Insect Die-Off Measuring how many bugs fly into car windshields might sound silly. But to scientists predicting an “insect apocalypse,” the numbers are deadly serious. Photograph: Martin Hospach/Getty Images This story originally appeared on The Guardian and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Two scientific studies of the number of insects splattered by cars have revealed a huge decline in abundance at European sites in two decades. The research adds to growing
  10. Cisco Talos researchers report finding eight security vulnerabilities in the Nest Cam IQ that can allow attackers to take over the camera, prevent its use or allow code execution. Hackers could have logged into your Nest Cam IQ Indoor and watch whatever was happening in your home by taking advantage of a vulnerability found by security researchers. The hackers could have also prevented you from using the camera, or use access to it to break into your home network. Nest Cam IQ is the highest-end security camera made by Google, with features like s sec
  11. Issue confirmed on several laptops running version 1803 A bug in Windows 10 April 2018 Update locks the display brightness to max settings, with users unable to adjust the configuration. Posts on Microsoft Community forums show that the error hits several laptop models, including Toshiba and Lenovo devices. “I upgraded my laptop over the weekend to Windows 10 1803. I noticed my display was set to max brightness. I am unable to use the F keys to lower the brightness. I am also unable to change the brightness in the display settings. My drivers are all updated.
  12. Researchers will be rewarded for vulnerabilities found in identity solutions and implementations of certain OpenID standards. A new Microsoft bug bounty program asks researchers to hunt down vulnerabilities affecting its identity services in exchange for rewards ranging from $500 to $100,000. Microsoft has been building its portfolio of identity services for both consumer (Microsoft Account) and enterprise (Azure Active Directory) accounts. Researchers who participate in the Identity Bounty Program will submit flaws they discover in Microsoft's identity sol
  13. Google on Tuesday updated Chrome to version 30, patching 50 vulnerabilities and paying outsider researchers $27,000 in bounties along the way. The Mountain View, Calif. company highlighted only one change in the newest desktop Chrome: Image search. "Starting this week, all Chrome users will be able to search by image," said Kibeom Kim, a Chrome engineer, in a short post to a company blog. By right-clicking an image displayed in Chrome, then selecting "Search Google for this image," the browser will show other image results culled from Google's search engine. Google typically calls out only som
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