Also included is a fix for the widespread FREAK bug.
Microsoft and Samsung may be getting ready to announce a mobile management deal associated with Android-based devices.
Microsoft has added OneNote and privacy options in an update for its Office "Sway" app.
Microsoft described the layered security approach it's taking in its last "Success with Enterprise Mobility" Web broadcast on Tuesday.
Microsoft's next Windows Server may include a new "Nano Server" element, according to reports.
IT auditing software provider Netwrix released a free tool to help security teams reduce risk of inside jobs by reporting permissions in Active Directory and file shares.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Both Apple and Linux finished the year with more security flaws than Microsoft's OSes.
Microsoft's Azure Active Directory team released a "preview" this week of an automatic password rollover feature for organizations that use shared social media accounts.
Windows Defender will now block and prompt users how to easily remove the adware found preinstalled on some Lenovo systems.
The malware used is impossible to remove from infected devices, according to Kaspersky Lab.
The security issues have led the European Parliament to completely block access from the app.
This Month's security update also includes two additional "critical" remote code execution fixes for Windows.
The company said that information including, names, birthdays, addresses and Social Security numbers were taken.
Introduced in Windows Server 2012 R2, Workplace Join lets otherwise incapable mobile devices participate in an Active Directory domain, but doesn't provide comprehensive security.
Microsoft officials talked today about how the company's Azure Active Directory (AD) service is using machine learning to thwart cyberattacks.
Keeping up its poor showing in AV-Test's assessments, the free offering from Microsoft scored a zero when it came to protection.
Organizations trying to upgrade Windows Server 2003 before the end of its product lifecycle have another worry, namely, the impending loss of security supp
Official support for the aged Microsoft product ends this summer. Is your shop ready?
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
The flaws reside in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.
Today's release also includes a bulletin that addresses the Windows 8.1 zero-day flaw that was discovered by Google.