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 on Friday noted that a new "PetitPotam" NT LAN Manager (NTLM) relay attack variant called "DFSCoerce" is addressed if organizations followed its earlier advice in Knowledge Base article KB5005413.
Let's dive into Microsoft's recently acquired video editing tool to see if it's right for you.
The "father of PowerShell," Jeffrey Snover, announced this week that he'll be leaving Microsoft on July 1.
According to claims made by the cybercriminal group RansomHouse, the group is in possession of data stolen from Santa Clara, Calif.-based chip maker AMD.
Microsoft has changed course somewhat and won't block automatic renewals of existing monthly cloud services accounts offered under an older plan overseen by Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) partners.
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