Windows Defender UnRAR Code Vulnerability : Update and Fix Quickly

Microsoft forces their own anti-malware program called Windows Defender in all installations of Windows. While this is done to ensure that everyone stays protected and safe from malware attacks, it has been causing problems lately. Some researchers at Google have discovered a bug in the Windows Defender that could lead to serious problems. If you Read More …

Install February 2018 Update in Windows 10 to Make Antivirus Work Properly

One of the bugs caused by a programming mistake in the AMSI (Anti-malware Scan Interface) has been revealed by Satashi Tanda of CrowdSrike. He has written a detailed study of how AMSI bug can be used by malware to stay hidden from antivirus scans – http://standa-note.blogspot.com/2018/02/amsi-bypass-with-null-character.html. AMSI is a new feature introduced in Windows 10 Read More …

Check Meltdown and Spectre Mitigation Status Using PowerShell

We have already published about an open-source tool called SpecuCheck that can be used to test the Windows system for the mitigation status against the newly revealed vulnerabilities – Meltdown and Spectre. The SpecuCheck tool is very easy to use and works almost effortlessly. But this tool was designed before Microsoft published their own PowerShell  Read More …