Microsoft 12 days of deals leak

Microsoft 12 days of deals leak

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Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), the company behind the Windows operating system, is in the news today after a series of low-resolution images claiming to be from the upcoming Windows Phone 8 surfaced on the Internet.
In short, the photos (which it obtained from an unknown source, along with some information) confirm a handful of new features that will be included with Microsoft’s next-generation mobile operating system, according to the website Nokia Innovation.
Skype, for example, will be incorporated into Windows Phone 8 and will enable users to answer calls with or without video. You’ll also be able to start a Skype conversation right from a user’s profile.
One of the leaked images also suggests the possibility of a new camera user interface, according to Nokia Innovation. If this is the latest UI, Microsoft seems to be taking a different path this time around. Windows Phone 8 can eventually prefer simplicity over functionality, with a blue scroll bar on the left side of the screen and two (touchable?) icons on the right.

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Microsoft is currently running its annual “12 Days of Deals,” which takes place during the holiday season. And, thanks to a recent leak, we now know just what to expect from the rest of the campaign in terms of sales and discounts.
Microsoft has been giving users significant discounts on Surface hardware, OEM computers, and select Xbox One games up until now. But, if none of those piqued your interest, there are still six days of deals remaining. Here are the results:

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[6] is a cyberattack vulnerability created by the National Security Agency of the United States (NSA).
[nine] On April 14, 2017, one month after Microsoft released fixes for the vulnerability, the Shadow Brokers hacker community leaked it.
This vulnerability was used by the WannaCry ransomware to target unpatched computers on May 12, 2017.
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[8][9][10][11][12]:1 [8][9][10][11][12]:1 The vulnerability was used again on June 27, 2017, to help carry out the 2017 NotPetya cyberattack on more unpatched machines. [13] The exploit has also been confirmed to have been used by the Chinese hacking group Buckeye (APT3) since March 2016, after they most likely discovered and repurposed the tool. Since at least September 5, 2017, it has been confirmed to have been used as part of the Retefe banking trojan. (#14)
EternalBlue takes advantage of a flaw in Microsoft’s Server Message Block (SMB) protocol implementation. CVE-2017-0144 is the name of the vulnerability. [16][17] in the CVE database (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures). Since the SMB version 1 (SMBv1) server in different versions of Microsoft Windows mishandles specially designed packets from remote attackers, the vulnerability exists, allowing remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on the target device. [nineteen]

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Windows 8 is a Microsoft operating system that was released as part of the Windows NT operating system family. On August 1, 2012, the product was released to production, and on October 26 of the same year, it was released to the general public. [number six]
Windows 8 made significant improvements to the platform and user interface of the operating system in order to enhance the user experience on smartphones, where Windows was already competing with smartphone operating systems such as Android and iOS.
[nine] The Start screen (which displays programs and dynamically updated content on a grid of tiles), a new platform for developing “apps” with an emphasis on touchscreen input, integration with online services (including the ability to synchronize apps and settings between devices), and a touch-optimized Windows shell based on Microsoft’s “Metro” design language were among the changes. Many of these features were ported over from the Windows Phone platform. USB 3.0, Advanced Format hard drives, near field communications, and cloud computing are now supported in Windows 8. To prevent malware from infecting the boot process, additional security features were added, including built-in antivirus software, integration with Microsoft SmartScreen phishing filtering service, and support for UEFI Secure Boot on compatible devices with UEFI firmware.

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