The first major flaw can lead to full compromised via unauthenticated (no username or password required) network connection. No easy way to detect. If you use Kubernetes for your containerized (yes, that’s a word) application deployment, you need to patch.
Edge has compatibility problems, even with Microsoft’s own services. Windows 10 does need a better browser.
If you’ve stayed in a Marriott (or their subsidiaries like Sheraton) since 2014, you might want to sign up for their free webwatcher service. Your information, including credit card and passport, could have been leaked.
Microsoft and other vendors have released patches for their products. Microsoft’s release contains 63 flaw fixes and 12 critical fixes.
A flaw in systemd could allow full compromise of a vulnerable Linux system, and an update has been released.
Windows built in anti malware solution will now run in a sandbox (a “virtualized” environment) to help prevent malware from exploiting it.
IBM purchases Redhat for $34b which will stay an individual unit.
A tech guru postulates on how a chip could be added to the SuperMicro motherboards to allow ex filtration of data without the user’s knowledge.
Update your iOS device to fix some bugs with 12.