Which Google Warned about, a month ago...
Microsoft remains "mum" about the patch...
Which is why I keep an Eye on H-Security to see what is going on,
and what Was Fixed.
On its July Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released a total of seven patch packages (bulletins). All except one of them close critical vulnerabilities. The company has closed a total of 34 holes in Windows, Internet Explorer, Office and many other products, among them the Windows kernel vulnerability that has affected the Windows privilege system for over a month
The Details of Tuesday's Patch is at H-Security.
Dropbox Blows Up the Box, Connecting Every App, File, and Device
The Question Is, Will the Two Heavy-Weight Gorillas
(( Apple -- Google ))
For example, the much-hyped Mailbox email app — bought by Dropbox for a reported $100 million shortly after launching — will now be able to send attachments, which neither Apple’s native iOS email app nor Google’s iOS GMail app can do (except for photos, in the latter case). In the new version of Mailbox, tapping the paper clip icon at the bottom of the new message window opens a list of Dropbox files in the same way clicking the paper clip in the PC version of Gmail opens a window for browsing files. (Yahoo has already incorporated a version of the Chooser in the web version of its email app).
“Our dream is to be able to work across all of these walls,” Houston says.
Dropbox may be in a unique position to do just that. For now, the company has no overarching obligations to Apple, Google, Facebook, or Microsoft.
(( All the details, as only Wired can cover it, is linked below. Wingman. ))
Google adds Voice Calls to Gmail and Hangouts