March comes in like a lamb for Patch Tuesday, with only a couple of important fixes on the slate.
Posted by Lee Pender on 03/08/2010 at 1:22 PM
Microsoft's Open Management Infrastructure (OMI) vulnerabilities, disclosed with this week's update Tuesday patch releases, demonstrated yet another hole in Azure security.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced that the company is ditching the password when it comes to logging into consumer-facing Microsoft accounts.
According to a five-year study by California-based security firm Imperva Inc., 46 percent of all global on-premises databases have existing flaws that can be leveraged by outside attackers.
Microsoft has released September security patches, addressing an estimated 66 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs).
A Microsoft data platform MVP on the state of SQL Server today -- how it's evolved in Microsoft's Azure-first word, the best features to emerge in recent years and troubleshooting gotchas.
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