This is reportedly the first time Microsoft will credit the NSA with disclosing a vulnerability. Microsoft is reportedly set to release an update for a major Windows flaw. Instead of keeping a potential hacking resource to itself, the National Security Agency reportedly alerted Microsoft to a serious security flaw in the that could open computers to major breaches or surveillance. Microsoft will issue a patch for the flaw on Tuesday during, according to The Washington Post. The company said...

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