Microsoft ended the patch year on Tuesday with a whimper of sorts, releasing an estimated 39 security fixes in its December bundle plus one security advisory, according to a count by Trend Micro's Zero Day Initiative.
Microsoft announced on Tuesday that the OpenSSH solution used for remote management is now a supported "Features on Demand" addition in both Windows 10 version 1809 and Windows Server 2019.
Don't be the IT pro who spends way too many hours each day keeping their users secure only to neglect their own home networks. Brien describes the two steps he took to avoid this trap.
Microsoft has started a new Microsoft 365 Insider Program for organizations to test its software, but the program's name and scope could be changing.
Kubernetes deployments have "Critical" flaws that could permit information disclosures, according to a Kubernetes announcement.
Microsoft apparently has addressed an Azure multifactor authentication (MFA) service outage for the second time in as many weeks.
Microsoft indicated that it's possible now to use devices based on the Fast IDentity Online 2.0 protocol with a Microsoft account and Windows 10 version 1809, obviating the need for a password.
Microsoft issued security advisory ADV180028 on Tuesday for computer users that have self-encrypting solid-state drives (SSDs) that are ostensibly protected by Microsoft's BitLocker encryption scheme.
Microsoft recently clarified its previously declared position that it had planned to drop support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 protocols used with Office 365 services by the end of this month.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced a preview of the ability to use hardware OATH tokens with the Azure multifactor authentication service.
Apple, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla are all moving to disable the use of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols versions 1.0 and 1.1 in their browsers, giving notice that they'll be dropping support within the first half of 2020.
True or not, Bloomberg's report raises an obvious question: What can datacenter managers do to ensure the security of their organizations' hardware? The short answer is, nothing simple.
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Microsoft indicated on Thursday that its Azure Active Directory B2C service wasn't affected by the Facebook hack last month that potentially exposed the access tokens of about 50 million Facebook users.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that its Edge and Internet Explorer browsers will stop trusting certain SSL/TLS certificates that were issued by former certificate authority company Symantec.
Microsoft Threat Protection, a newly assembled bundle of security solutions for enterprise organizations, was announced this week as part of the ongoing Microsoft Ignite event.
Microsoft is planning initiate a modified .NET Framework monthly patch delivery scheme for newer Windows systems, possibly starting next month, according to a Wednesday announcement.
Microsoft has turned on a technology to protect against malicious macros for Office 365 ProPlus subscribers, the company announced last week.
A relatively new type of phishing attack is targeting Office 365 users while completely circumventing all of the usual security defenses.
Microsoft's September security updates, released on Tuesday, included a fix for a zero-day local privilege escalation flaw that was disclosed with lots of drama last month.
Microsoft's Project VAST is now a supported product that's offered to Microsoft Premier customers, Microsoft announced last week.