• Xloader Malware That Originated on Windows is Now on macOS

    13 days ago - By Tech Times

    Xloader malware has now migrated from Windows to attack macOS users. The malware lets a cybercriminal take screenshots, log keystrokes, and access private information.
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  • Unofficial Windows 11 patch for Steam makes it look gorgeous

    Unofficial Windows 11 patch for Steam makes it look gorgeous

    13 days ago - By Windows Central

    You can bring rounded corners, new icons, and a redesigned download section to Steam with an unofficial patch.
    What you need to know
    A patch is available that gives Steam a refreshed look inspired by Windows 11.
    To use the patch, you have to download the Metro for Steam skin.
    After installing the patch, Steam will have new icons, a redesigned download section, and an overlay with new icons.
    Windows 11 has a fresh design that many people enjoy. Instead of waiting for Steam to update to match the design language of Windows 11, you can use a patch to give the gaming app a new look. A Reddit...
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  • You need to enable Secure Boot to install Windows 11 - here's how

    You need to enable Secure Boot to install Windows 11 - here's how

    14 days ago - By Windows Central

    Windows 11 requires Secure Boot to run, and here are the steps to check and enable the security feature on your device.
    In addition to a Trusted Platform Module , your computer also needs to have Secure Boot enabled to upgrade to Windows 11.
    Secure Boot is a security feature built-in on most devices with modern hardware and UEFI firmware that provides a secure environment to start Windows and prevent malware from hijacking the system during the boot process. In other words, Secure Boot allows the computer to boot only with trusted software from the Original Equipment Manufacturer .
    The...
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  • Windows 10/11 vulnerability exposes admin passwords to local users

    Windows 10/11 vulnerability exposes admin passwords to local users

    14 days ago - By Phys.org

    A Twitter user has found and made public a Windows 10/11 vulnerability that exposes admin passwords to local users who can then escalate their privileges up to admin, giving them total system access. As he notes on his posts, he found that Windows Security Account Manager data could be read by users with very limited privileges, giving them access to admin passwords. Microsoft apparently caught wind of the vulnerability and posted an Executive Summary of the issue on its Security Vulnerability page.
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  • Windows 10 and Linux security flaws could let hackers hijack your work machine

    Windows 10 and Linux security flaws could let hackers hijack your work machine

    14 days ago - By TechRadar

    Privilege escalation flaws could allow anyone to take over your Windows and Linux work machines
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  • New Windows 10, Windows 11 and Linux flaws could let hackers access all your data

    New Windows 10, Windows 11 and Linux flaws could let hackers access all your data

    14 days ago - By SlashGear

    Windows 10 and Windows 11 users, along with Linux users, face two huge security vulnerabilities it's been revealed, which could allow hackers to get their hands on sensitive PC data. The newly-identified local privilege escalation vulnerabilities could allow bad actors to take advantage of a simple loophole in the OS to effectively climb through levels of much more important data....
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