Microsoft this week announced the "general availability" (GA) commercial release of its External Identities capability in the Azure Active Directory service.
Exchange Servers are getting attacked to install ransomware, dubbed "DearCry," Microsoft warned on Thursday.
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 has released software security updates addressing 89 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs), according to security researchers.
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.
Microsoft this week described "three new pieces" of malware that were used in the SolarWinds Orion espionage attacks dubbed "Solorigate," although Microsoft security researches are now calling it "Nobelium."
Microsoft announced on Tuesday that its Universal Print service is now commercially released at the "general availability" stage worldwide.
Microsoft announced during its Ignite event that Window Server 2022 is currently available at the preview stage.
Azure networking improvements were announced by Microsoft as part of its Ignite Conference.
Microsoft on Tuesday released out-of-band security patches for Exchange Server to address multiple zero-day flaws that are currently being exploited in active attacks.
The Microsoft Ignite Day 1 keynote presentations were heavy with talk about Microsoft Mesh, a new Microsoft Azure-based platform for building "cross-platform mixed reality apps" for multiple participants.
Microsoft's Active Directory authentication solution got notably skewered during a Feb. 23 U.S. Senate hearing on the SolarWinds Orion software hack.
Microsoft had lots to say this month about its Azure Active Directory service.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that its CodeQL queries, which were used to detect possible compromise in its source code after the Solorigate attacks, are now publicly available at the GitHub repository.
Microsoft on Wednesday described an expansion of its industry-specific cloud efforts by announcing three new program additions, centered on the needs of finance, manufacturing and nonprofit organizations.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced that sales of solid-state drive (SSD) "commercial spares" replacement kits for Surface Pro 7+ PCs is now open, but only in the U.S. market.
Microsoft on Friday announced a couple of new commercially released Azure Active Directory features, namely My Apps "collections" and new "risk detections" capabilities.
Microsoft has reconfirmed that the "Solorigate" advanced persistent threat attackers saw some of its source code, although "only a few individual files were viewed."
Microsoft last week announced plans to increase the price of "standalone" subscriptions to its Microsoft Intune and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility plus Security (EMS) products starting in July.