Microsoft on Thursday published a comprehensive description of the Exchange Server attack methods currently taking advantage of four zero-day flaws in those products, and offered extensive advice.
Microsoft on Thursday highlighted a few additions this month for users of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, which is used for configuring and managing devices and servers.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that it has started delivery of its Windows Release Health service component within the Microsoft 365 Admin Center portal.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the availability of new capabilities that were added to the "new Outlook for Mac preview" e-mail client app.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced a preview of an enhancement to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint on Linux's anti-virus solution, adding behavior monitoring, deep scanning and blocking capabilities.
A couple of industry-sponsored studies on security practices associated with supporting remote workforces were recently published this week.
Microsoft on Monday announced a report on the effects of the work-from-home shift that started last year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Microsoft on Thursday clarified that organizations running Exchange Server can get automatic security mitigations against Hafnium attacks via Microsoft Defender Antivirus.
Microsoft on Thursday announced that Window 10 version 21H1 is available for testing by organizations, prior to its "general availability" commercial release.
The Microsoft Security Response Center team on Tuesday issued "Guidance for Responders," which provides more advice on how organizations can respond to the recent attacks that are leveraging Exchange Server zero-day flaws.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the acquisition of The Marsden Group, a Houston-based Microsoft partner that helps with industrial automation and safety processes.
Microsoft on Monday apologized for an Azure Active Directory issue that disrupted access to Office 365 applications and the Azure Admin Portal for two hours or more for some users.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the release of a one-click tool to apply temporary security protections against the recent Exchange Server attacks from the "Hafnium" advanced persistent threat group and other attackers.
The Microsoft Edge browser will be getting a new "Extended Stable" feature update option later this year for organizations that need more testing time, Microsoft announced on Friday.
Exchange Servers are getting attacked to install ransomware, dubbed "DearCry," Microsoft warned on Thursday.
Microsoft this week announced the "general availability" (GA) commercial release of its External Identities capability in the Azure Active Directory service.
Microsoft has released software security updates addressing 89 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs), according to security researchers.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced a Microsoft Exchange Server joint advisory that offers consolidated advice for Exchange Server users on detecting Hafnium attacks.
Microsoft's Exchange team on Monday announced additional help for organizations having trouble trying to patch Exchange Server products quickly in response to the Hafnium attacks.
Microsoft has updated its recommendations to organizations running Exchange Server, targeted in Hafnium nation-state attacks, by describing some new resources.