Oh, Google. You have stepped in it now. Forget about the U.S. Department of Justice. You've got the State of Texas on your tail for antitrust issues now, and justice in Texas can be pretty swift and severe. (Hey, your editor is a native. He remembers.) Of course, Google is alleging that it's not the Lone Star State but Microsoft that's behind this investigation. In any case, giddy up, Google.
Posted by Lee Pender on 09/07/2010 at 1:23 PM
Microsoft is continuing to advance its cloud-based security services with a couple of previews announced this week, plus a product release.
Kaseya announced this week that it is using a "universal decryptor key" for customers that were affected by a REvil ransomware attack reported on July 2.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced plans to end the online Microsoft Store for Business and Microsoft Store for Education in the "first quarter of 2023," per a Microsoft document on the topic.
Microsoft on Tuesday issued a security advisory about an elevation-of-privilege vulnerability (CVE-2021-36934) present in Windows 10 client operating systems.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the acquisition of CloudKnox Security, a maker of "cloud infrastructure entitlement management" solutions for organizations using various cloud services.
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