Just four CVEs were described as "Critical" in severity. Also included in the May bunch were patches for 50 "Important" vulnerabilities, plus one deemed "Moderate."
Hyper-V virtual machines have their uses, but the sandbox feature in Windows 10 can work just as well, is easier to set up and takes up much less disk space.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that its various services are expected to meet European Union (EU) data storage legal requirements by the end of 2022.
Microsoft on Thursday announced a preview of a new full "Server" container image option for Windows Server 2022 when it uses the "desktop experience."
Microsoft this week announced the "general availability" commercial release of the "new" Exchange Admin Center management portal, a browser-based means for managing Exchange Online environments.
Chicago-based Liquidware suggests it has a cheaper and better solution for monitoring Microsoft's Windows Virtual Desktop virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) service than even Microsoft's own Azure Monitor product.
Veteran Microsoft 365 expert Asif Rehmani offers his perspective on how Microsoft Viva will meet the needs of end users, the SharePoint community and Microsoft's longtime partners.
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has deleted Webshells on Hafnium-compromised Exchange Server installations across the country, and is now sending notices to victim organizations, according to a Tuesday announcement.
Storage and performance can be quite different in the cloud. It's important to choose the right VM size and configure your storage properly to keep SQL Server workloads running smoothly.
Microsoft released security updates for 114 common vulnerabilities and exposures in its software products, while also publishing a supplementary note urging organizations to apply the new April Exchange Server "Critical" patches "as soon as possible."
Microsoft has commercially released its Data Loss Prevention Alerts Dashboard, which is used for viewing data loss prevention (DLP) policy violations in organizations, per a Monday announcement.
Microsoft is experimenting with two-phase liquid immersion cooling tanks, used to run datacenter workloads.
Microsoft announced last week that the ability to use Azure Monitor to monitor Windows Virtual Desktop environments is now at the "general availability" commercial-release stage.
Organizations licensing Microsoft 365 services can easily succumb to cost pitfalls, according to a Thursday talk by the Directions on Microsoft consultancy.
System Center Virtual Machine Manager will sometimes flag a Hyper-V host with zero stars even if the host is online and healthy. Here's how to identify the problem.
Microsoft on Wednesday described SharePoint Online capabilities arriving as early as April for Microsoft 365 subscribers that opt to get "targeted release" feature updates.
A key part of an organization's ransomware-prevention strategy is creating Exchange mail flow rules that take action against messages that are likely to contain ransomware.
Backups aren't just the last line of defense against ransomware. If you know the signs, your backups can also help you stop a ransomware attack that is currently in progress.
Microsoft on Thursday published a comprehensive description of the Exchange Server attack methods currently taking advantage of four zero-day flaws in those products, and offered extensive advice.
Microsoft on Thursday clarified that organizations running Exchange Server can get automatic security mitigations against Hafnium attacks via Microsoft Defender Antivirus.
A persistent thorn in Brien's side -- Hyper-V replication falling out of sync for no good reason -- seems to have fixed itself out of the blue.
The Microsoft Security Response Center team on Tuesday issued "Guidance for Responders," which provides more advice on how organizations can respond to the recent attacks that are leveraging Exchange Server zero-day flaws.
Exchange Servers are getting attacked to install ransomware, dubbed "DearCry," Microsoft warned on Thursday.
Another reason to patch early and patch often: The Exchange Server zero-day vulnerabilities Microsoft first disclosed earlier this month are now being used in ransomware.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced a Microsoft Exchange Server joint advisory that offers consolidated advice for Exchange Server users on detecting Hafnium attacks.
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