Gregg Keizer

Senior Reporter

Gregg Keizer covers Microsoft, security issues, Apple, web browsers and general technology breaking news for Computerworld.

Mozilla scraps Firefox's 'Aurora' dev track

Microsoft patches most NSA Windows exploits, but vulnerabilities remain

Microsoft patches most NSA Windows exploits, but vulnerabilities remain

Older versions, like Windows XP and Server 2003, are almost certainly open to attacks and will stay that way

Microsoft begins denying updates to some Windows 7 users

Microsoft begins denying updates to some Windows 7 users

Microsoft has begun blocking Windows 7 and 8.1 PCs equipped with the very newest processors from receiving security updates, making good on a policy it announced last year.

Microsoft sets May 9 as original Windows 10's retirement date

Microsoft sets May 9 as original Windows 10's retirement date

Version 1507, the mid-2015 debut release, disappears from the patching list; next up is version 1511, which will likely follow in early October

Microsoft kills off security bulletins after several stays

Microsoft kills off security bulletins after several stays

'Disappointing,' says patch expert after concluding the replacement means more work for admins

Downloads of VPN-equipped Opera browser double after Congress revokes internet privacy rules

Downloads of VPN-equipped Opera browser double after Congress revokes internet privacy rules

Opera implies the boost in new users stems from privacy anxieties; but third-party metrics haven't shown increased U.S. activity for the browser

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's iOS 10.3 update fixes the bug that was used by criminals to spook users

Consumers sue Microsoft, allege Windows 10 upgrade destroyed data, damaged PCs

Consumers sue Microsoft, allege Windows 10 upgrade destroyed data, damaged PCs

Three people from Illinois have sued Microsoft, claiming that the free Windows 10 upgrade they installed on their PCs caused "data loss and damage."

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.

Microsoft stays security bulletins' termination

Microsoft stays security bulletins' termination

End to decades'-old practice was expected today after cancellation of February updates, but they're being offered for at least one more month

Firefox 52 bans plug-ins, supports 'game changer' standard

Firefox 52 bans plug-ins, supports 'game changer' standard

Mozilla trumpets support for WebAssembly, technology that speeds up web apps

Safari browser sheds users, mimicking IE

Safari browser sheds users, mimicking IE

Chrome is most likely the beneficiary of the 19 percent decline in Apple's browser share

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