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  1. Microsoft fixes Secure Boot bug allowing Windows rootkit installation Microsoft has fixed a security feature bypass vulnerability in Secure Boot that allows attackers to compromise the operating system’s booting process even when Secure Boot is enabled. Secure Boot blocks untrusted operating systems bootloaders on computers with Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) firmware and a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip to help prevent rootkits from loading during the OS startup process. Rootkits can be used by threat actors to inject maliciou
  2. Cyberpunk 2077 reportedly has a nasty save game corruption bug on PC Big-time crafters beware (Image credit: CD Projekt Red) There’s now evidence that Cyberpunk 2077 on PC is affected by one of the worst kinds of bug – a save game corruption gremlin. As Tom’s Hardware spotted, apparently larger saved games (over 8MB) can be plagued with the possibility of going bad, and this might affect those who really get into the crafting side of Cyberpunk 2077 – seeing as that’s a major cause of the file size becoming larger.
  3. This new Windows 10 bug could be bad news for gamers Error code 0x803F8001 (Image credit: Shutterstock) Users of the Xbox Game Bar may have noticed a few issues after a recent update of Windows 10, and it seems the latest bug to plague the Microsoft operating system is crashing the Xbox Game Bar on launch, and even completely blocking some users completely. The error message appearing on screen reads 0x803F8001, and appears to be caused by a server-side change made to Windows 10 on November 5. The bug is a global issue
  4. Microsoft warns Windows 10 update breaks Office updates The Windows 10 update bugs are mounting (Image credit: Shutterstock) Microsoft has warned Windows 10 users that recent updates come with a number of bugs. Reportedly, one of the flaws prevents individuals from updating Office products due to a certificate loss issue. After downloading October 2020 Patch Tuesday updates, some Windows 10 users received an error message reading, “Download of Office 365 file failed, error =” when trying to apply the latest Offi
  5. Microsoft posts a workaround for the 'Reset this PC' bug plaguing some Windows 10 PCs Microsoft offers an in-built solution to reset a Windows 10 PC through the Settings app if users choose to do so due to a corrupt build or issues with the operating system. The tool also gives users the choice to keep their files and only reset the OS settings to factory default. However, the feature might not be working as expected for some users running Windows 10 version 2004. The company today posted a support article acknowledging the issue with the ‘Reset t
  6. Another iOS 14 bug resets default app settings for the email and browser apps One of the major new features in iOS 14 is the ability to set third-party apps as the default for the email and browser apps. However, a bug in the OS ended up resetting the app defaults to Apple’s offerings every time the device was restarted. The Cupertino giant issued a fix for the issue with iOS 14.0.1. As it turns out, the problem might persist, this time resetting the defaults every time the user-defined apps are updated via the App Store. Twitter user David Clarke
  7. Microsoft close to fixing Windows 10 website logout bug Windows 10 users have been suffering a strange issue where they are constantly logged out from their web sessions in Chrome when they restart their PC, meaning for example that they keep on having to re-enter their password on Facebook or Twitter. The issue started in May and appears to be related to the May 2020 Update for Windows 10 Not only Chrome is affected, but only Edge and apps such as OneDrive. Microsoft and Google engineers have been attem
  8. Microsoft is working on a fix for 'Error code 6' crash on Microsoft Edge for Mac Microsoft has acknowledged an issue on Microsoft Edge for Mac that is causing the web browser to crash with 'Error code 6'. Earlier this week, users took to Microsoft Answers forum (via Techdows) to report the issue with Edge on macOS Catalina. According to users, Microsoft Edge started crashing after updating to Safari 14. The browser crashes after opening a new tab, settings, and even Edge extensions, with the error, "The page is having a problem. Try coming back to
  9. Recent Windows 10 version 2004 Patch Tuesday updates are reportedly breaking WSL 2 Microsoft released its regular suite of Patch Tuesday updates to all supported versions of Windows 10, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7 ESU customers yesterday. However, users of Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL 2) have begun reporting that the updates are causing issues with the environment. The troublesome update seems to be the one released for the May 2020 Update (version 2004), filed under KB4571756. Installing the cumulative update that bumps up the build to 19041
  10. Some Windows Insiders are seeing build expiration warnings If you're on the Windows Insider Program and you're getting a message that the build you're on is about to expire, you're not alone. Due to an oversight, the build expiration date was set to July 31 all the way up until build 20161, which was released on July 1. Two weeks later, build 20170 was released, changing the expiration date to January 31 of next year. Unfortunately, build 20170 has an issue with AMD processors, so if you're like the user linked to above, you're still stuck on build
  11. Microsoft releases an update to fix the Windows 10 blue screen issue involving Thunderbolt docks Some users running Windows 10 version 2004 (Windows 10 May 2020 Update) on their PCs faced blue screen error when plugging or unplugging a Thunderbolt dock. In May, Intel and Microsoft found the incompatibility issues causing this blue screen error. All Windows 10 PCs with at least one Thunderbolt port, Kernel DMA Protection enabled and Windows Hypervisor Platform disabled were affected by this issue. To protect users from blue screen errors, Microsoft stopped t
  12. Microsoft acknowledges Windows 10 bug causing forced reboots, fix in the works Microsoft has acknowledged a new issue that affects Windows 10 versions 1809 and newer that causes the Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS) to fail on some devices, forcing users to reboot the system. Though the problem was reported widely after this month’s Patch Tuesday updates, the company has acknowledged the bug in the known issues section of the KB articles for impacted versions, which also include articles for the May updates. The LSASS process is ta
  13. Debilitating 'Outlook needs to close' bug linked to a bad Windows cumulative update Microsoft has acknowledged that a combination of the June 2-or-later version of Microsoft 365 (nee Office 365) and the June Win10 cumulative updates cause Outlook to disavow its PST files. The source of the problem seems to be a bug in the cumulative updates. Microsoft / lVcandy / Aleksei Derin / Getty Images Internecine conflict seems to be a recurring theme at Microsoft, but this one takes it to new levels. Somehow, somebody forgot to test the lat
  14. Claps and cheers: Apple stores' carefully managed drama Those ‘geniuses’ in the bright, sleek Apple store are underpaid, overhyped and characters in a well-ma Steve Jobs wanted customers to understand the Apple store “with one sweep of the eye,” as if gods standing on Mount Olympus. Indeed, the outlets seem to speak for themselves. Bright, uncluttered, and clad in glass, they couldn’t contrast more sharply with the big-box labyrinths they were designed to replace. Neither could their profit margins. Since launching in 2001, the instantly recogniz
  15. Twitter announced today that an issue in its app for Android exposed some users’ protected tweets for over four years if they made certain changes to their account settings. As a result, content intended only for approved followers became publicly visible. Bug survived since late 2014 The problem caused the “Protect your Tweets” feature to become disabled for users of Twitter for Android that had it turned on and also made some modifications to their account, such as updating the associated email address. Users fitting this profile between November
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  17. Signal Users on Android Need to Update Right Now Image: Signal Signal, a popular encrypted messaging app, has recently patched a flaw that left Android users’ audio calls vulnerable to bad actors. Basically, the bug would’ve let someone answer calls for you—and it could all happen without you even knowing. Google’s Project Zero team reported the bug on September 27, and Signal fixed it in version 4.47.7, which was released last week.
  18. Samsung began rolling out Android 10 based One UI 2.0 Beta builds to Galaxy S10 devices early this month amid reports of a possible delay. The successor to Android 9.0 Pie-based One UI is more of an iterative update that brings with it polishes and improvements to existing features along with Android 10-specific features such as the gesture navigation system. However, users that are running the beta builds were in for a surprise when a recent update locked them out of their devices – refusing to accept any authentication methods. Users running recent One UI 2.0 Beta builds began repo
  19. No more distractions WhatsApp’s latest iOS update stops showing an unread notification badge on its app icon for messages you’ve muted. It’s a minor but welcome change that arrived with version 2.19.110 of the iOS app. The change applies for both individual and group chats. The messaging app’s mute feature is invaluable if you want to reduce distractions, particularly if you’re a participant in any large group chats. Before the update, muting a chat would only stop your phone from vibrating and playing a notification sound when it received a new mess
  20. Successful exploitation allows attackers to steal potentially sensitive information, change appearance of the web page, and perform phishing, spoofing and drive-by-download attacks. Users of the Microsoft Outlook for Android app should update their apps to avoid a range of attacks. The bug (CVE-2019-1460) would allow an attacker to perform cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks on the affected systems and run scripts in the security context of the current user, according to Microsoft’s advisory on the bug. XSS occurs when malicious parties inject client-side scripts
  21. Facepalm: It’s been almost two weeks since Microsoft officially ended its extended support for Windows 7, but the Redmond firm is introducing another free update for the OS that fixes a bug it introduced in the final public updates. As reported by The Verge, one of Microsoft’s final free Windows 7 updates—KB4534310—is causing wallpaper problems for some users. After installation, an image can display as black when set to Stretch. The issue only appears to affect stretched wallpapers, fit, fill, tile, or center options still work normally. Microsoft had initially said that the fix woul
  22. ROBBINHOOD – THE RANSOMWARE THAT BRINGS ITS OWN BUG Ransomware is one of the most feared cybercrime problems of the modern era. The idea of malware that scrambles your files and demands money to get them back is not new – the first widespread attack happened back in 1989 – but the scale of the threat has changed dramatically in the last few years. Up to about 2010 or 2011, ransomware was little more than a lab curiosity… …until the crooks finally figured out how to extract money from their desperate victims, thanks to the anonymity (
  23. Microsoft released non-security updates for Microsoft installed-based versions of Microsoft's Office suite on May 7, 2019. These updates address and fix issues in supported versions of Office but sometimes, they introduce issues of their own. Turns out, KB4462238 for Microsoft Office 2016 falls in that category of updates. Released to fix synchronization issues in OneNote 2016, the update introduces a bug of its own that affects any installed Office application. It appears that it breaks hyperlinks in any Office application. Microsoft notes that clicking on
  24. Some Firefox users started to notice that installed browser extensions were all disabled in the web browser suddenly. Extensions would display "could not be verified for use in Firefox and has been disabled" messages in the add-ons manager of the browser. Firefox would display "One or more installed add-ons cannot be verified and have been disabled" at the top as a notification next to that. Affected extensions include LastPass, Ghostery, Download Manager (S3), Dark Mode, Honey, uBlock Origin, Greasemonkey, NoScript, and others. Only options provided were to find a repl
  25. Microsoft Your Phone bug is reducing volume for other apps on Windows 10 Microsoft announced the Your Phone app for Windows 10 users at Build 2018 and the app became popular pretty quickly. Microsoft has been consistent with the updates and the app recently enabled RCS messaging for Samsung smartphones. However, it looks like the app has a nasty bug that has been causing issues for some users. According to a Redditor, Microsoft Your Phone app “lowers the volume of every single application when I make or receive a call no matter what, and the applications will remain low volume
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