Announcing Changes to Microsoft’s Mitigation Bypass Bounty

Today we’re announcing a change to the Mitigation Bypass Bounty that removes Control Flow Guard (CFG) from the set of in-scope mitigations. In this blog, we’ll provide additional background and explain why we’re making this change. Mitigation Bypass Bounty Background Microsoft started the Mitigation Bypass Bounty in 2013 with the goal of helping us improve…

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Draft of Microsoft Security Servicing Commitments for Windows

Microsoft’s commitment to protecting customers from vulnerabilities in our products, services, and devices includes providing security updates that address these vulnerabilities when they are discovered. We understand that researchers have wanted better clarity around the security features, boundaries and mitigations which exist in Windows and the servicing commitments which come with them. We have drafted…

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