Microsoft on Thursday issued "clarified guidance" for organizations addressing a zero-day Windows printer spooler vulnerability dubbed "PrintNightmare."
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the release of an "out-of-band" fix for a Windows print spooler vulnerability dubbed "PrintNightmare."
A ransomware attack leveraging a zero-day vulnerability in Kaseya's VSA management solution may have affected about 60 managed service providers (MSPs) and almost 1,500 of their business customers.
Microsoft on Wednesday described its discovery of a side-channel attack on Netgear DGN-2200v1 wireless home DSL routers that enabled authentication bypass.
An "Important"-rated Windows print spool vulnerability (CVE-2021-1675), addressed by Microsoft via its June 8 security patch bundle, has emerged more recently as being subject to active attacks.
Microsoft warned users of Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager in conjunction with Windows Server Update Services about a "known issue" that blocks the installation of a June Windows security patch.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the commercial release of an unmanaged device detection feature when using the Microsoft Defender for Endpoint product.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced another update on its plans to end the use of Basic Authentication with the Exchange Online e-mail messaging service.
Microsoft Defender for Endpoint got several improvements at the "general availability" commercial-release stage, according to a Monday announcement by Microsoft.
Microsoft announced a couple of "general availability" milestones on Monday for organizations using Microsoft Defender for Endpoint to protect Android devices.
Microsoft on Friday announced a coming delay in delivering this month's Exchange Server cumulative update (CU), which is being done to improve the security of those e-mail messaging products.
Microsoft this week announced a preview of Azure Firewall integration in its Azure Sentinel security information and event management (SIEM) solution.
Microsoft on Wednesday disclosed that it has a "Compromise Recovery Security Practice" (CRSP) team that helps organizations deal with major post-breach software security incidents, such as ransomware attacks.
Microsoft released patches for 49 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) in its products in June, according to security researcher counts.
The Symphony Technology Group (STG) and security solutions company FireEye announced the sale this week of FireEye's security products to STG for $1.2 billion.
Azure Defender will be able to protect Linux servers via a capability at the preview stage arriving on June 14, Microsoft announced on Thursday.
Microsoft announced the acquisition of ReFirm Labs, a provider of security solutions for organizations using Internet of Things (IoT) and network edge devices.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced an Automatic HTTPS preview feature for the Microsoft Edge browser.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that about 3,000 e-mail accounts were recently targeted by the Nobelium espionage group, with attacks spiking on May 25.
Microsoft announced last week that the Threat and Vulnerability Management capabilities in its Microsoft Defender for Endpoint security solution now protects Linux-based devices.
Microsoft last week announced a bunch of Azure Sentinel enhancements, which are at the preview stage right now.
The Biden administration on Wednesday announced an executive order aiming to tighten software security practices generally, following recent attacks.
Microsoft this week highlighted the general trend toward implementing "hybrid" networks, which is the combined use of cloud services plus on-premises software.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation issued an advisory and an alert regarding a recent ransomware attack on a U.S. fuel pipeline company.
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."
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