Microsoft says it will make major changes to Windows 10 and fully address complaints raised by Kaspersky Labs.
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Microsoft today announced a bug bounty program for Windows 10 that will include payouts of up to $250,000.
It's not available in the US yet, but Kaspersky Labs this week announced a free version of its flagship antivirus solution.
When the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update arrives in September, it will bring new security features aimed specifically at enterprise customers.
Microsoft has posted a public response, of sorts, to recent allegations by Kaspersky Lab.
Kaspersky Lab announced today that it has filed formal antitrust complaints against Microsoft in Europe, alleging that the software giant engages in anti-competitive business practices.
Today, Microsoft revealed that there are now over 100 unique biometric-enabled Windows devices and accessories available.
If you're anything like me, your Microsoft account is the core of your online identity. It's time for a check-up.
Here's a New Year's Resolution to embrace: It's time to take control of your online identity, which is comprised of multiple accounts.
Apple's 2FA experience is far from perfect, they have a lot to learn from Microsoft who has managed to make using additional layers of security fast and fluid.
LastPass announced today that you will no longer need a paid Premium account to access the service on multiple devices. This feature is now free for everyone.
Starting next week, Skype users will be able to sign-in to other Microsoft services---like Outlook.com, OneDrive and Xbox Live---using their Skype IDs. And vice-versa.
Microsoft is quietly pivoting and if you are not paying attention, you might be missing the obvious signs that the company is turning into a security vendor.