In a shift toward transparency, the National Security Agency announced a bug that could have left over 900 million PCs vulnerable to attack. Microsoft released a patch for Windows 10 and Server 2016 today after the National Security Agency found and disclosed a serious vulnerability. It's a rare but not unprecedented tip off, one that underscores the flaw's severity—and maybe hints at new priorities for the NSA. The bug is in Windows' mechanism for confirming the legitimacy of...

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