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Microsoft fixes ASP.Net hole used in attacks

Hole affects all versions of the .Net framework when used on Windows Server operating systems. Desktop systems are not vulnerable unless they are being used to run a Web server.

By September 28, 2010


Microsoft goes open source, cross-platform with .NET developer tech

Microsoft is porting its server-side .NET stack to Linux and Mac OS X, and is making more of that stack available as open source.

By November 12, 2014


Microsoft readies Bing Fund angel investment incubator

Software giant is poised to launch a new startup/accelerator incubation effort designed to bring innovation to the company's Online Services Division.

By July 8, 2012


Microsoft plugs critical IE, .Net holes

Patch Tuesday bulletins fix holes in IE, .Net, Silverlight, Forefront UAG, and Microsoft Host Integration Server.

By October 11, 2011


Behind the scenes at Microsoft's Channel 9

As Microsoft prepares to reveal details about the upcoming version of Windows at its Build conference next week, it will rely on its in-house video unit to evangelize to developers.

By September 8, 2011


Site fights retail bias against Windows Phone 7

Windows Phone Tattletale collects horror stories of retailers who, according to the site's creator, go out of their way not to sell Windows phones.

By June 14, 2011


Microsoft's Webmatrix site builder tool exits beta

The Web development software has graduated from its beta status and is being released tomorrow with what the company says should be more polish.

By January 12, 2011


Microsoft warns of .Net vulnerability

Microsoft offers workaround and prepares patch after researchers reveal hole in ASP.Net software used in millions of Web sites.

By September 20, 2010


Microsoft fixes record 49 holes, including Stuxnet flaw

Microsoft plugs six critical holes, including one being exploited by Stuxnet, in security bulletin that fixes a record 49 vulnerabilities.

By October 12, 2010


Week in review: PlayBook enters tablet playing field

BlackBerry maker RIM announces the PlayBook, a 7-inch touch-screen tablet. Also: Hewlett-Packard hires CEO, and Zeus Trojan charges filed.

By October 1, 2010