From MS15-056: Cumulative security update for Internet Explorer: June 9, 2015 (KB3058515):
Woody Leonhard: MS-DEFCON 5: Get patched now.
For SafeZone tests, see the banking tests at https://www.mrg-effitas.com/current-tests/.
From Creating a Secure Tor Environment:
As we all know there are ways that your real IP can be leaked when using tor (JavasScript, Flash, Malware...
From Passive UAC Elevation:
Mentioned on Twitter: https://twitter.com/malwaretechblog/status/530798290309505024.
You're welcome :).
You might also be interested in Memento Time Travel: see past versions of a website from multiple web archives.
From HP drops the hammer on unpatched IE11 vulnerability:
In case anybody wants to download v220.127.116.11: http://web.archive.org/web/20090602165910/http://www.privacyware.com/DSA_Support.html.
From Status of extension signing:
1. The latest version offered at Mozilla is v18.104.22.168-signed, from February 26, 2014!
2. Manual Firefox add-on update checking had not warned me...
I doubt it's been fixed in Windows 10 but I don't know for sure. From https://code.google.com/p/google-security-research/issues/detail?id=220:
From Abusive Directory Syndrome:
One of the lesser known abilities of ADS, except to the odd Malware author, is you can also create streams on...
The June 16 updates are listed at Microsoft Launches Huge Batch of Windows Bug Fixes and Performance Patches.
I tried the POC from the last post on Windows 7 x64:
a) in admin account with UAC set to default: got message "We're UIAccess" without UAC prompt,...
Another UAC issue that Microsoft won't fix: Issue 220: Windows: AppInfo AiCheckSecureApplicationDirectory Bypass.
Google discloses (Chrome) sandbox vulnerability
Related non-Sandboxie thread: Microsoft won't fix console driver job object process limit bypass...
TL;DR; this blog post describes an unfixed bug in Windows 8.1 which...
Since 2010, our security reward programs have...
For Windows 7, 3 optional (and unchecked by default) updates were released on June 16, 2015: KB3040272, KB3064209, and KB3065979.
Botched Windows Update KB3058515 and Error 80092004: More Info and Possible Fix
The issue in post #22 was fixed in Windows 10, according to a May 4, 2015 post in thread UAC Bypass.
I believe that you should not be looking for a URL filtering solution, since malware could communicate using IP addresses.
Restrict access to all...
From Windows Update KB3058515 Says It’s Installed but It’s Not: More Info on Error 80092004:
KB3058515 also contains non-security-related fixes. See https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3058515 for more details.
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