Microsoft this week announced previews of two new Microsoft Azure security measures.
The developer team behind Microsoft Edge talked about the browser's progress during the third-annual Microsoft Edge Web Summit today in Seattle.
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Microsoft highlighted a couple of Azure security and management tools this week.
Microsoft last week explained more about how its Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) is getting removed and also how it is getting integrated into the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) service.
Kaspersky Lab announced today that it is ending its recent antitrust complaints against Microsoft.
Microsoft's Cloud App Security service can now perform actions automatically when certain kinds of security threats get detected.
Microsoft is previewing yet another sign-in experience for Azure Active Directory and Microsoft account users, giving organizations notice of changes that will get established this fall.
Microsoft this week offered yet another preview of a new Operations Management Suite (OMS) feature, this time focused on checking the security compliance of Windows Web servers.
Microsoft released the latest version of its Advanced Threat Analytics forensic security solution this week.
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Adobe will stop supporting its Flash Player browser plug-in by the end of 2020, the company announced today.
Windows PowerShell 2.0 will be one of the features that won't survive when Microsoft releases the Windows 10 "fall creators update."
The company is looking to take datacenter security into the future by making sure data is secure at every point.
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Microsoft claims that its antivirus software does not receive an unfair advantage due to being bundled with Windows 10.
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The June 27 Petya outbreak may have been instigated by "wiper" malware that was disguised as ransomware, and possibly it was unleashed by a state actor.
The Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit will be coming back in the Windows 10 "fall creators update," Microsoft announced this week.
Another ransomware outbreak was reported today worldwide, although it likely is using other techniques to spread compared with last month's WannaCry ransomware attack.
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