Sometimes bugs in software exist that never get discovered or fixed, simply because the conditions it takes to produce them are extremely complicated which is why they might have gone unnoticed during testing. A good example was about a little more than a week ago that Microsoft had finally patched a 19-year old Windows bug.
Now that’s just a bug, imagine if it is a piece of malware that has been lurking for many years on end, which is something the folks at Symantec (via The Next Web) have recently discovered. Dubbed Regin, apparently this is a piece of malware that has been present in Windows-based PCs for the past few years. Read full post →Symantec Discovers Regin Malware That Has Been Lurking For Years
Earlier this year at MWC 2014, Microsoft made an appearance, although it was namely to announce new Windows Phone partners. Well for those wondering if Microsoft will be making an appearance at 2015’s MWC, it seems that they will, thanks to a leaked website, Microsoft’s presence at MWC 2015 has been “confirmed”.
Of course we will wait for the official announcement or confirmation, although the idea of Microsoft making their presence felt isn’t such a stretch of the imagination. After all it was earlier this year that the sale of Nokia’s cellphone division to Microsoft was officially completed, not to mention Microsoft had recently made the Lumia brand official by dropping the Nokia name. Read full post →Microsoft Presence At MWC 2015 “Confirmed”