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Microsoft Issues Security Advisories for IE and Microsoft Defender

Microsoft on Monday released two "out-of-band" security advisories, one for its Internet Explorer (IE) browsers and another regarding its Microsoft Defender antimalware solution.

Flash Supported in Edge and IE Browsers Until December 2020

Microsoft has slightly altered its Flash retirement plans for its older supported browsers.

First Chromium-Based Edge Browser Beta Release Now Available

Microsoft Edge Insider Program participants now have access to the Beta Channel release of Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge Web browser on the Windows and Mac platforms.

Hold the 'Web' and 'Online' and Just Call It 'Office,' Microsoft Says

In a linguistic simplification of sorts, Microsoft has jettisoned the object of the preposition, as well as the preposition itself and even the article of the preposition, from its formerly known "Office on the Web" product branding.

Microsoft Bringing Enterprise Features to Chromium Edge Browser Preview

Microsoft on Tuesday outlined what's to come with its Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser, particularly for business and enterprise users.

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A Second Look at the Chromium-Based Edge Browser

Now that he's had a few months to test drive Microsoft's new browser, Brien shares his thoughts on what makes Edge tick.

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Windows Defender Application Guard: First Look

Of the many security improvements Microsoft made to the latest Windows 10 release, the ability to wall-off the Edge browser against malware attacks is one of the most critical.

How To Attach Windows Server to an iSCSI Target

Windows Server has a built-in iSCSI initiator that it can use to connect to an iSCSI target. Before it can do so, however, you'll need to enable and configure the initiator. Here's how.

Microsoft Previews New Edge Browser on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1

Microsoft announced this week that it has released previews of its Chromium-based Microsoft Edge Web browsers for use on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 systems.

Microsoft Edge Chromium-Based Browser Now Available for Testing

Microsoft on Monday announced that early versions of its new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser for Windows 10 are now available for testing as part of the Microsoft Edge Insider testing program.

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The Future of Microsoft Edge

Microsoft's move to build Edge on Chromium raises a big question: With Firefox and Chrome dominating the browser market, why does it still matter what Microsoft does?

Google Issues Update for Zero-Day Flaw, But 32-Bit Windows 7 Systems Still Subject to Attack

Google on Thursday described two "zero-day" vulnerabilities affecting both the Google Chrome browser and Windows 7 systems that are being actively used in targeted attacks.

W3C Affirms WebAuthn Standard for Authentications Without Passwords

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) announced on Monday that the Web Authentication (WebAuthn) specification is now considered to be an official W3C standard, which likely will accelerate passwordless authentications for Web transactions.

New Office App Coming to Windows 10 Users

Microsoft is delivering a new Office app for Windows 10 consumer and business users over the new few weeks, according to a Wednesday announcement.

Security Researchers Highlight Exchange and IE Zero-Day in February Microsoft Patches

Microsoft's February "update Tuesday" release was notable for delivering major security updates and architectural changes to all supported Exchange Server products, along with a "zero-day" IE patch.

Microsoft Argues Against Using IE for Everything

Microsoft on Wednesday made the case that organizations shouldn't use Internet Explorer as their default browser for every activity.

Internet Domain Holders Need To Test Their Sites for 'DNS Flag Day'

The event for organizations and IT pros known as "Domain Name System Flag Day" will kick off on Friday, Feb. 1, 2019.

Information Disclosure Flaws Found in Cisco Small Business Routers

Cisco acknowledged vulnerabilities in two of its small business router products last week that could lead to information disclosures.

IE 10 Has One Year of Support Remaining on Windows Server 2012

Internet Explorer 10 will fall out of support next year for users of Windows Server 2012 and Windows Embedded 8 Standard, Microsoft noted in a Monday announcement.

Microsoft Edge Browser To Get New Rendering Engine but EdgeHTML Continues

Microsoft isn't exactly killing off its EdgeHTML rendering engine, even after declaring plans to use Chromium open source technologies in its Edge browser.

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