Microsoft Windows Hit By New Zero-Day Attack

Microsoft has disclosed that a new zero-day vulnerability is present in Windows, and is exploited via Microsoft Office files. According to Microsoft Security Advistory 3010060, the vulnerability is present in all supported versions of Windows except Windows Server 2003. The vulnerability (designated as CVE-2014-6352) is triggered by an attacker sending a specially crafted Microsoft Office file […]

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Microsoft Windows Hit By New Zero-Day Attack

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RPGs overtake card battle games as most popular mobile game genre in Japan

Move over, card games. Roleplaying games – RPGs – are now the most popular mobile game genre for Android users in Japan. App monetization platform Metaps discussed why in a blog post where it analyzed the top grossing categories in Japan’s Google Play store for September 2014. The card game, once a dominant genre, is… Read more »

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Hungary plans to impose new tax on Internet traffic

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungary’s government plans to levy a new tax on Internet data transfers, according to the draft 2015 tax bill submitted to parliament late on Tuesday, which could hit Internet providers and the country’s telecommunications companies. The draft tax code contains a provision for Internet providers to pay 150 forints (60 US cents) in tax per gigabyte of data traffic, but would also allow companies to offset corporate income tax against the Internet tax. …

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