Gregg Keizer

Senior Reporter

Gregg Keizer covers Windows, Office, Apple/enterprise, web browsers and web apps for Computerworld.

China pays for Windows XP addiction as 'WannaCry' hits

Microsoft adds another layer to the Windows 10 patching onion

Microsoft adds another layer to the Windows 10 patching onion

A new update will occur monthly, or sometimes more often.

Customers roast Microsoft over security bulletins' demise

Customers roast Microsoft over security bulletins' demise

Users fume over extra time and effort added to their workloads because of the switch.

Experts contend Microsoft canceled Feb. updates to patch NSA exploits

Experts contend Microsoft canceled Feb. updates to patch NSA exploits

Microsoft may have delayed its February security update slate to finish patching critical flaws in Windows that a hacker gang tried to sell.

Microsoft kills off security bulletins after several stays

Microsoft kills off security bulletins after several stays

Microsoft this week retired the security bulletins that for decades have described each month's slate of vulnerabilities and patches for customers.

Scammers scare iPhone users into paying to unlock not-really-locked Safari

Scammers scare iPhone users into paying to unlock not-really-locked Safari

Apple has patched a bug in the iOS version of Safari that was used by criminals to spook users into paying $125 or more because they thought the browser was broken.

iPhone, Mac owners: How to stymie hackers extorting Apple, threatening to wipe devices

iPhone, Mac owners: How to stymie hackers extorting Apple, threatening to wipe devices

Hackers claiming to have hundreds of millions of iCloud credentials have threatened to wipe date from iPhones, iPads and Macs.

Mozilla beats rivals, patches Firefox's Pwn2Own bug

Mozilla beats rivals, patches Firefox's Pwn2Own bug

Mozilla has already patched a Firefox vulnerability revealed during Pwn2Own, the first vendor to fix a flaw disclosed at the hacking contest.

Microsoft stays security bulletins' termination

Microsoft stays security bulletins' termination

Microsoft today postponed the retirement of the security bulletins it uses to describe in detail each month's slate of vulnerabilities and patches.

DOJ: No, we won't say how much the FBI paid to hack terrorist's iPhone

DOJ: No, we won't say how much the FBI paid to hack terrorist's iPhone

The Justice Department says it should not have to reveal the maker of a tool used last year to crack an alleged terrorist's iPhone or disclose how much it paid.

GOP senator alleges password-hijack attempts after blasting WikiLeaks founder

GOP senator alleges password-hijack attempts after blasting WikiLeaks founder

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) did not elaborate on the exact nature of the password-reset messages he said he'd seen, such as whether they were limited to a single app and how they had been sent.

After WikiLeaks' CIA dump, China tells U.S. to stop spying

After WikiLeaks' CIA dump, China tells U.S. to stop spying

China today asked the U.S. government to stop spying on it, its first reaction to WikiLeaks' disclosure this week of a trove of CIA documents.

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