[HackerNews] Microsoft Releases Windows Updates to Patch Actively Exploited Vulnerability

Microsoft on Tuesday rolled out security updates to address a total of 44 security issues affecting its software products and services, one of which it says is an actively exploited zero-day in the wild.
The update, which is the smallest release since December 2019, squashes seven Critical and 37 Important bugs in Windows, .NET Core & Visual Studio, Azure, Microsoft Graphics Component, Microsoft

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[ZDNet] Akamai reports Q2 revenue, EPS top expectations, shares slip

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[TheRecord] Wikimedia bans seven Chinese users citing “security risk”

The Wikimedia Foundation, the organization behind the Wikipedia portal, has banned seven Chinese users on Monday, citing a “security risk.” “We have banned seven users and desysopped a further 12 as a result of long and deep investigations into activities around some members of the unrecognized group Wikimedians of Mainland China,” Maggie Dennis, the Wikimedia Foundation’s […]

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