There were no actual software keys involved when anonymous researchers claimed that Microsoft had leaked so-called "golden keys" to the Windows secure boot protection scheme, according to an industry veteran.
Anonymous security researchers are claiming that Microsoft has compromised the Windows "secure boot" protection scheme.
Microsoft announced today that it really is ending RC4 support in its Edge and Internet Explorer 11 browsers.
Even adhering to best practices won't completely protect you from malware infection.
Keep track on users in Office 365 with this easy setup.
Microsoft wants its Windows Journal note-taking app gone because it's considered to be a security risk.
The move to protect data in the cloud is rising incrementally, and while there are numerous services provider options, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure are key choices.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft announced today that its Azure Security Center service has reached "general availability" commercial release.
Microsoft announced two new Azure Active Directory previews this week.
Microsoft has scheduled its next Azure Active Directory certificate rollover to take place on Monday, Aug. 15, 2016.
Windows Server 2003 is still being used, even though it lost Microsoft's product update support one year ago, a recent study has found.
Microsoft this week offered yet another explanation about how its June security patch can break Group Policy Object (GPO) settings for organizations and how to address the changes.
Better backups, checkpoints and security are highlights of the latest version.
- By Paul Schnackenburg
Microsoft this month released System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) Technical Preview 1606.
Blockchain is poised to play dual roles that are much more significant than its cryptocurrency beginnings: disrupting conventional commerce, funds exchanges and payments, and establishing sovereign identity credentials at birth -- saving lives and undermining ID theft.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft unveiled a new information protection service that will get commercially released sometime later this year.
Microsoft's Directory Services team has now published a more thorough explanation about how a June security patch, MS16-072, will change Group Policy functionality for organizations.
One of Microsoft's 17 patch Tuesday security releases issued this month has caused problems with Group Policy Object settings for some organizations that applied it.
Microsoft today warned of a somewhat new tactic being used to spread malware via Office files.
While the collaboration tool's main focus isn't on securing documents, some of its features will help in file security.