Microsoft on Thursday published an "out-of-band" security bulletin describing patches for newer Windows systems that are subject to a "Critical"-rated vulnerability in Server Message Block (SMB) 3.1.1.
Microsoft issued Security Advisory ADV200005 on late Tuesday about a "Critical"-rated Server Message Block (SMB) 3.1.1 vulnerability.
Microsoft released its March security patches on Tuesday, which address about 115 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) in total.
AMD processors have "cache way predictors" that can leak information when subjected to attacks, according a paper (PDF) by university researchers.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced a new Crisis Communication App to help keep track of employees and their work status during emergencies.
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that PowerShell 7 has reached "general availability" (GA) commercial release.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced a public preview of a Backup Reports capability that's accessible from the Azure Portal.
Microsoft and Cisco are claiming Internet of Things (IoT) interoperability between their respective cloud and IoT device networking products.
Microsoft on Monday announced a private preview of its Universal Print service, which eliminates the need to maintain print servers on-premises or install printer drivers.
Microsoft is working on Server Message Block (SMB) over QUIC technology for use with "Windows, Windows Server, and Azure Files," according to a Monday announcement.
Microsoft plans to update the user experience associated with its Cortana personal assistant software with the coming spring feature update of Windows 10, according to a Friday announcement.
Microsoft announced plans on Thursday to end three certification programs on June 30, 2020, and that separate exams for Windows Server 2019 and SQL Server 2019 won't be available.
The new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser is getting the ability to block potentially unwanted applications (PUAs), Microsoft announced on Thursday.
Applications that use IBM Power processors in "on-premises" datacenters can now be moved to Microsoft Azure datacenters via a "Skytap on Azure" service, according to Thursday announcements by both Microsoft and Skytap.
Microsoft explained in a Wednesday announcement that it didn't actually remove Server Message Block 1 (SMB1) from Windows releases.
Microsoft on Tuesday offered more details on its plans to end Basic Authentication in Exchange Online, which will cause pain for some organizations.
Microsoft this month announced that its free Mover cloud-to-cloud migration tool is "now available to Microsoft 365 customers worldwide."
Microsoft announced that its Azure Sphere solutions for Internet of Things (IoT) devices have reached the "general availability" (GA) commercial-release stage.
Dell's RSA security solutions businesses, including the RSA Conference, were bought by a consortium of companies for about $2 billion, according to Tuesday announcements.
Google's Managed Service for Microsoft Active Directory is now a "generally available" service, according to a Thursday Google announcement.