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Xbox Sessions: Travis Kelce and Richard Sherman Go Head to Head in Madden NFL 20 on Xbox One Before Next Sunday’s Super Showdown – Xbox Wire

One of the biggest days in American sports is almost here. Practically a national holiday, all eyes will be on the upcoming showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers on February 2 in Miami, Florida. To celebrate the championship, we’re giving you a preview of the big game on Xbox One as Travis Kelce and Richard Sherman join the annual Game Before the Game episode of Xbox Sessions on Tuesday, January 28, sponsored by our friends at TurboTax.

Kelce and Sherman will put their skills and talent to the test and go head to head in EA Sports Madden NFL 20 with the winner receiving 50 Xbox One consoles and a copy of Madden NFL 20 for their charity of choice. Kelce will be playing for his organization, Eighty-Seven & Running, while Sherman will represent for Blanket Coverage, the Richard Sherman Family Foundation. Just a few days before the big game itself, the two superstars will play Tuesday, January 28, at 3:30 p.m. PT / 6:30 p.m. ET in Miami and will be joined by our very own Rukari Austin as host, sideline reporter, and referee.

What’s more, this episode of Xbox Sessions will be live streamed on Xbox Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Mixer and Twitch channels so fans can tune in to watch the two players battle on the proverbial gridiron and cheer on their favorite team, while listening to color-commentary and play-by-plays throughout the competition.

Will the Madden NFL 20 showdown on Xbox One predict the real turnout on February 2? Be sure to tune in to see who comes out on top. If you miss tomorrow’s preview of the big game, you can catch the action later on the Xbox YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Mixer and Twitch channels! And don’t forget to grab a copy of Madden NFL 20, Madden NFL 20: Superstar Edition, or Madden NFL: Ultimate Superstar Edition at 50% off their original price between January 28 and February 3.

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Procrastinators, rejoice! Last minute US holiday deals available now at Microsoft Store | Windows Experience Blog

As we shift into the final days of the holiday shopping season, it’s not too late to find great deals on your favorite Surface devices, Xbox games and consoles, accessories and more. In fact, “Super Saturday,” the Saturday before Christmas which this year falls on Dec. 21, has become one of the biggest shopping days of the year. This year, 62% of U.S. shoppers plan to shop on Super Saturday, according to the NRF. The good news for all you last minute shoppers: it’s not too late to find great savings at Microsoft Store and microsoft.com.

If you waited a little longer than planned to buy your holiday gifts, Microsoft Store makes it easier than ever to score a last minute deal with free 2-3-day shipping and options to buy online and pick up in store. When orders are placed during the store hours, most pickups are available within two hours. If you’d rather have your gift sent to your front door, to guarantee your order arrives in time for Christmas, make sure to order by Dec. 20 at 10 a.m. PT. Read on for the U.S. Super Saturday offers that will make your last minute shopping a breeze and the in-Store experiences available now.

Surface

Surface Pro X

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Xbox One S console and controller

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Lenovo Flex 14

Connected Life

BOSE QuietComfort 35 II Headphones and Bose SoundLink Micro Speaker

And if you’re cutting it a little too close, it’s never too late to score a digital gift. Skip the holiday lines and give select Xbox One games, PC games and apps right from the Microsoft Store. Or send a digital gift card to give your loved one the freedom to choose the gift they want, from devices to games, apps to movies and more. There are no fees or expiration dates, and the digital gift code is good for purchases at Microsoft Store online, on Windows and Xbox.

Whether you have a long list of gifts to buy, or are just missing one special treat for that tough-to-shop-for relative, Microsoft Store has you covered this Super Saturday and beyond. And in case you need to make a return, we’ve extended the return window so items purchased through Dec. 31, 2019 can be returned through Jan. 31, 2020. Be sure to check your local Store listing for special holiday hours, including Christmas Eve which may have reduced hours.

While you’re in the Store, make sure to check out our fun and free experiences—there’s something for the whole family. Play Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on Xbox in a custom Star Wars chair, take a selfie with the newest Minecraft Earth character, the Jolly Llama, or register for educational Winter Workshops and Camps including online safety, digital skills and coding. Plus, you’ll receive a free year of personal training for devices purchased at a physical Microsoft Store location.

Visit your local Microsoft Store or microsoft.com for more details on availability and pricing. Follow Microsoft Store on TwitterInstagram and Facebook.

* Offers shown are available in the U.S. online and in Microsoft Stores while supplies last. U.S. prices are shown. Offers and content varies by market and may change at any time. May not be combinable with other offers. Other exclusions may apply.

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December Patch Tuesday resolves Windows zero-day

Administrators got an early holiday present with a fairly light patching workload on December Patch Tuesday, but they will have one Windows zero-day to wrap up as soon as possible.

Microsoft corrected 36 vulnerabilities on December Patch Tuesday in Microsoft Windows, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office Services and Web Apps, SQL Server, Visual Studio and Skype for Business.

The Win32k elevation of privilege vulnerability (CVE-2019-1458) is rated as important and is being actively exploited in the wild. This Windows zero-day, discovered by Kaspersky Lab researchers, affects most supported versions of Microsoft’s operating system on both the client and server side. The attacker needs authentication to access the system to run malicious code in kernel mode to take control of a system. The attacker could then perform a range of tasks, including create new accounts with full user rights and install programs.

Administrators who base their patching priority on a combination of vendor severity and the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) score might miss these types of vulnerabilities if they don’t account for additional factors. CVE-2019-1458 has a CVSS score of 7.8.

Chris Goettl, director of product management and security, IvantiChris Goettl

“If you’re not patching vulnerabilities rated important and above with a CVSS score lower than 8.0, then you could miss things being actively exploited,” said Chris Goettl, director of product management and security at Ivanti, a security and IT management vendor based in South Jordan, Utah.

If you’re not patching vulnerabilities rated important and above with a CVSS score lower than 8.0, then you could miss things being actively exploited.
Chris GoettlDirector of product management and security, Ivanti

Multiple zero-day bugs this year met the same criteria as this most recent Windows zero-day, so companies need to make sure they examine additional metadata with the vulnerabilities as they formulate their patching prioritization, Goettl said.

Microsoft closes multiple Git-Visual Studio flaws

Microsoft resolved several security issues related to Git functionality and Microsoft Visual Studio. The company corrected six bugs (CVE-2019-1349, CVE-2019-1350, CVE-2019-1351, CVE-2019-1352, CVE-2019-1354 and CVE-2019-1387) with most of them remote-code execution flaws rated critical. Companies that use Visual Studio for software development and connect to Git repositories will want to apply the December Patch Tuesday updates in short order.

Goettl said an enterprising attacker could do some investigative work to gather email addresses for developers in an organization, then construct a spear-phishing campaign to direct developers to a malicious repository that appears legitimate. Then the attacker could gain administrative rights to modify code in the organization’s development environment. While this scenario is theoretical, Goettl said, it’s not that far-fetched.

“Vendors are becoming a significant target as a way to attack many companies,” he said

Goettl cited a recent incident in which about 400 dentist offices were hit with ransomware through a vendor that handled data backups for the offices. Threat actors have learned that hitting multiple targets at once is a more effective and lucrative option than the piecemeal approach used in the early days of ransomware, he said.

“If I’m an attacker and I find a vertical that I want to go after, such as a vendor for a bunch of health care providers, and I get as much intel as I can about them, their developers and their development platform and any information about their repositories, then I could put together a valid spear-phishing attack,” Goettl said. “And if I can get into their code base, then I can construct an attack that hits all of their customers and makes for a more painful and more profitable ransomware scenario.”

Microsoft issues more servicing stack updates

Microsoft issued an advisory (ADV990001) related to servicing stack updates for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012. The first three operating systems will leave mainstream support after the next Patch Tuesday, on Jan. 14, 2020, and move into the extended support phase. Companies that have not migrated off these legacy systems will need to sign up for extended security updates (ESU) to receive support when the end-of-life (EOL) date passes.

“My guess is that these servicing stack updates for these older platforms are preparing for that switchover so the systems can check and get continued updates if you’ve got that [ESU] key,” Goettl said.

A recent survey from Ivanti indicates many organizations have lagged in their Windows 7 migration efforts for several reasons, such as lack of time and lack of application support. In the survey of more than 500 IT professionals published in October, 39% of the respondents indicated they would not have completed migrations off of Windows 7 before the EOL date.

Microsoft makes unusual move with bug for unsupported OS 

In an unusual twist, Microsoft released information for a Remote Desktop Protocol information disclosure vulnerability (CVE-2019-1489) rated important for Windows XP — an unsupported Windows operating system — but did not provide a patch.

“This one was kind of odd,” said Goettl, who noted Microsoft gave the CVE an exploitability assessment of 0, which typically means it is an actively exploited vulnerability, but Microsoft modified the designation to read “0 – unknown.”

“Microsoft took the time to create a CVE advisory for Windows XP. We can assume there was a reason to trigger that activity, ” Goettl said. “There is no update available, so people really need to get off XP unless they have an absolute necessity to keep it around.”

An attacker could exploit this flaw by connecting remotely to an XP system and running a specially crafted program. The Windows XP operating system went out of mainstream support in April 2009 and left extended support in April 2014.

Other security updates of note for December Patch Tuesday include:

  • A fix for a spoofing flaw (CVE-2019-1490) rated important for Skype for Business Server 2019, cumulative update 2. In the attack scenario, a user would have to click on a malicious link to a server that has been exploited. The threat actor could then launch cross-site scripting attacks on affected systems and run code in the security context of the exploited user. Microsoft’s update closes the loophole by properly sanitizing web requests.
  • A patch for a Win32k graphics remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2019-1468) rated critical for supported Windows client and server operating systems related to improper handling of specially crafted embedded fonts. An attacker who exploits this bug — by getting a user to click on a link to a malicious site or open a specially crafted document — can take control of a system and run tasks based on the privilege level of the affected user. The update corrects how the Windows font library handles embedded fonts.
  • A fix for a Hyper-V remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2019-1471) rated critical on Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019 that could allow an attacker to run a malicious application on a guest operating system to force the Hyper-V host to run arbitrary code. The update corrects the user input validation process.
  • A correction for a cross-site scripting vulnerability (CVE-2019-1332) rated important in the Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) feature. To trigger the exploit, an authenticated user would need to click on a malicious link to an affected SSRS server. The attacker could then perform a range of tasks from deleting content to running malicious code. The patch corrects SSRS URL sanitization.
  • A patch for an information disclosure vulnerability (CVE-2019-1400) rated important in Microsoft Access related to a failure to handle objects in memory properly. The attacker would need to be authenticated on the system to run a malicious application to gather information on the user’s system.

Adobe and Google also release patches

Google updated its Chrome web browser on Tuesday to version 79, resolving 51 vulnerabilities.

Adobe released updates for Adobe Acrobat Reader, Flash Player, Photoshop, Brackets and ColdFusion. Administrators will want to patch Acrobat Reader to close 21 vulnerabilities, 14 of which are rated critical. The company released an update for Flash Player but not for security reasons.

“Adobe is really winding down their focus on Adobe Flash,” Goettl said. “I think it’s safe to say that rather than it just no longer being vulnerable, Adobe is putting so little effort into it that it’s not getting attention anymore. People should be focused on getting Flash Player out of their environments.”

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Gears 5 breaks records as biggest launch for any Xbox Game Studios game this generation – Xbox Wire

Thanks to the incredible support from our fans, Gears 5 kicked off the Holiday season strong – attracting over three million players in its opening weekend and setting new records for Xbox Game Pass with the biggest launch week of any Xbox Game Studios title this generation. The performance easily doubled the first week’s debut of Gears of War 4 and made Gears 5 the most-played Xbox Game Studios title in its first week since 2012’s Halo 4. First week performance includes the four-day early access period beginning Friday, September 6, which was exclusive to Gears 5 Ultimate Edition and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members. On the PC, Gears 5 has nearly tripled the performance of its predecessor, becoming the biggest-ever launch for Xbox Game Pass for PC, and Xbox Game Studios’ best-ever debut on Steam.

On Tuesday, Gears 5 expanded into worldwide general availability with the launch of Gears 5 Standard Edition at retail, as well as new Xbox One X and Xbox One S console bundles. For PC fans, Gears 5 is included in a three-month Xbox Game Pass for PC membership bundled with the purchase of select AMD Ryzen™ processors and AMD Radeon™ graphics cards.

Described as “one of the best and most versatile action-game packages in recent memory” by IGN, the game is a hit with critics and fans alike, and enjoys a Metacritic user score of 8.7, the sixth best of any Xbox One game. The excitement extends to the PC version as well, with Digital Foundry declaring, “it fills every desire that I want for the PC version of a game.”

Gears 5 has also received special attention for its commitment to representation and accessibility. Accessibility features include full controller remapping, single stick movement, Xbox Adaptive Controller support, narrated UI and menus, improved subtitles, and more. It was the first AAA game to receive a perfect score from CanIPlayThat.com, “A Deaf/Hoh accessibility masterpiece.”

For more information on the Gears of War franchise, stay tuned to Xbox Wire or follow Gears on Twitter @gearsofwar.

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For Sale – Lenovo Yoga 370 core i7 reversable laptop/tablet

hi

we purchased this a little over a year ago 2nd hand to take on a holiday we had planned but that didn’t materialise. This has had very little use as its too small to use doing work stuff with – i like big screens, and i use a 32″ monitor and desktop at home. as such, this comes without a warranty.

It is unboxed but in excellent condition, complete with its stylus and its a black laptop.

Specs are:

Core i7 7500U cpu
16 GB of DDR4 ram
256 GB SSD drive
13.3″ full hd screen.
windows 10

Price and currency: 499
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: bank transfer
Location: heybridge
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – EVGA GTX 1080 Gaming PC ***Now Splitting***

****Now splitting**** (On holiday until 28th July so wont be able to send anything before then)

Alrighty folks, looking to sell my desktop gaming PC again. The main components are listed below. Will be collection or local delivery only, I travel between Dunfermline and Aviemore frequently so anywhere between, just off the A9 would be doable as well.

EVGA GTX 1080 SC – £400 delivered
i7 3930K – £80 delivered
Corsair Hydro H100 – £50 delivered
Asus P9x79 – £175 delivered
16GB (4x4GB) Corsair Vengeance Jet Black – £75 delivered
Corsair AX1200 – £140 delivered
Corsair 600T Case Black – £40 collected
Crucial M4 500GB SSD – £80 delivered
2TB HDD (Cant remember what type, will check when I get back from holiday)
Wifi/Bluetooth Dongles – £10 delivered each, both for £15 delivered
5 Port USB 3.0 card – £15 delivered
Windows 10 (will come with a clean install) Dont think I can sell this if I split as it was an upgrade from windows 8)

Would prefer to sell the mobo and cpu as a combo, price for both £225 delivered

This PC has had very little use over the years but always performs amazing when called upon. I used it for VR with my Oculus Rift and it handles everything no problem.

Price – £950 NOW £900 £870

Price and currency: 950 £900 £870
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: cash, bt, ppg
Location: Dunfermline
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – EVGA GTX 1080 Gaming PC ***Now Splitting***

****Now splitting**** (On holiday until 28th July so wont be able to send anything before then)

Alrighty folks, looking to sell my desktop gaming PC again. The main components are listed below. Will be collection or local delivery only, I travel between Dunfermline and Aviemore frequently so anywhere between, just off the A9 would be doable as well.

EVGA GTX 1080 SC – £400 delivered
i7 3930K – £80 delivered
Corsair Hydro H100 – £50 delivered
Asus P9x79 – £175 delivered
16GB (4x4GB) Corsair Vengeance Jet Black – £75 delivered
Corsair AX1200 – £140 delivered
Corsair 600T Case Black – £40 collected
Crucial M4 500GB SSD – £80 delivered
2TB HDD (Cant remember what type, will check when I get back from holiday)
Wifi/Bluetooth Dongles – £10 delivered each, both for £15 delivered
5 Port USB 3.0 card – £15 delivered
Windows 10 (will come with a clean install) Dont think I can sell this if I split as it was an upgrade from windows 8)

Would prefer to sell the mobo and cpu as a combo, price for both £225 delivered

This PC has had very little use over the years but always performs amazing when called upon. I used it for VR with my Oculus Rift and it handles everything no problem.

Price – £950 NOW £900 £870

Price and currency: 950 £900 £870
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: cash, bt, ppg
Location: Dunfermline
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – EVGA GTX 1080 Gaming PC ***Now Splitting***

****Now splitting**** (On holiday until 28th July so wont be able to send anything before then)

Alrighty folks, looking to sell my desktop gaming PC again. The main components are listed below. Will be collection or local delivery only, I travel between Dunfermline and Aviemore frequently so anywhere between, just off the A9 would be doable as well.

EVGA GTX 1080 SC – £400 delivered
i7 3930K – £80 delivered
Corsair Hydro H100 – £50 delivered
Asus P9x79 – £175 delivered
16GB (4x4GB) Corsair Vengeance Jet Black – £75 delivered
Corsair AX1200 – £140 delivered
Corsair 600T Case Black – £40 collected
Crucial M4 500GB SSD – £80 delivered
2TB HDD (Cant remember what type, will check when I get back from holiday)
Wifi/Bluetooth Dongles – £10 delivered each, both for £15 delivered
5 Port USB 3.0 card – £15 delivered
Windows 10 (will come with a clean install) Dont think I can sell this if I split as it was an upgrade from windows 8)

Would prefer to sell the mobo and cpu as a combo, price for both £225 delivered

This PC has had very little use over the years but always performs amazing when called upon. I used it for VR with my Oculus Rift and it handles everything no problem.

Price – £950 NOW £900 £870

Price and currency: 950 £900 £870
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: cash, bt, ppg
Location: Dunfermline
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – EVGA GTX 1080 Gaming PC ***Now Splitting***

****Now splitting**** (On holiday until 28th July so wont be able to send anything before then)

Alrighty folks, looking to sell my desktop gaming PC again. The main components are listed below. Will be collection or local delivery only, I travel between Dunfermline and Aviemore frequently so anywhere between, just off the A9 would be doable as well.

EVGA GTX 1080 SC – £400 delivered
i7 3930K – £80 delivered
Corsair Hydro H100 – £50 delivered
Asus P9x79 – £175 delivered
16GB (4x4GB) Corsair Vengeance Jet Black – £75 delivered
Corsair AX1200 – £140 delivered
Corsair 600T Case Black – £40 collected
Crucial M4 500GB SSD – £80 delivered
2TB HDD (Cant remember what type, will check when I get back from holiday)
Wifi/Bluetooth Dongles – £10 delivered each, both for £15 delivered
5 Port USB 3.0 card – £15 delivered
Windows 10 (will come with a clean install) Dont think I can sell this if I split as it was an upgrade from windows 8)

Would prefer to sell the mobo and cpu as a combo, price for both £225 delivered

This PC has had very little use over the years but always performs amazing when called upon. I used it for VR with my Oculus Rift and it handles everything no problem.

Price – £950 NOW £900 £870

Price and currency: 950 £900 £870
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: cash, bt, ppg
Location: Dunfermline
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

For Sale – EVGA GTX 1080 Gaming PC ***Now Splitting***

****Now splitting**** (On holiday until 28th July so wont be able to send anything before then)

Alrighty folks, looking to sell my desktop gaming PC again. The main components are listed below. Will be collection or local delivery only, I travel between Dunfermline and Aviemore frequently so anywhere between, just off the A9 would be doable as well.

EVGA GTX 1080 SC – £400 delivered
i7 3930K – £80 delivered
Corsair Hydro H100 – £50 delivered
Asus P9x79 – £175 delivered
16GB (4x4GB) Corsair Vengeance Jet Black – £75 delivered
Corsair AX1200 – £140 delivered
Corsair 600T Case Black – £40 collected
Crucial M4 500GB SSD – £80 delivered
2TB HDD (Cant remember what type, will check when I get back from holiday)
Wifi/Bluetooth Dongles – £10 delivered each, both for £15 delivered
5 Port USB 3.0 card – £15 delivered
Windows 10 (will come with a clean install) Dont think I can sell this if I split as it was an upgrade from windows 8)

Would prefer to sell the mobo and cpu as a combo, price for both £225 delivered

This PC has had very little use over the years but always performs amazing when called upon. I used it for VR with my Oculus Rift and it handles everything no problem.

Price – £950 NOW £900 £870

Price and currency: 950 £900 £870
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: cash, bt, ppg
Location: Dunfermline
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.