A new vulnerability in Windows and Mac OS X has been reported as a security vulnerability.
The vulnerability is a security flaw in the Microsoft Web site, Microsoft.com.
The vulnerability affects both the current version of Windows and OS X. The vulnerability involves the use of the “Microsoft.com” domain.
This is used to sign up for Microsoft services, such as a payment account or the ability to login to websites.
It also allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code or cause a denial of service (memory corruption) via unspecified vectors.
This is the second reported Microsoft Web vulnerability.
The first was found by researchers from Trend Micro.
The researchers said that the Microsoft.org domain is vulnerable to this vulnerability.
It is not clear what specific type of vulnerability is responsible for the first Microsoft Web security vulnerability, or if the second has been discovered and exploited before.
Microsoft has not yet released a statement regarding the vulnerability.