Microsoft on Tuesday offered its own report card on the blocking of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on Azure services customers, as tallied from stats from latter half of 2021.
Microsoft's January security patches, released on Tuesday, reportedly are causing multiple problems for organizations, particularly on the Windows Server side.
Microsoft this week announced product improvements that would benefit so-called "frontline workers," while also publishing new survey results about their work attitudes.
Microsoft on Tuesday released January security patches addressing near 100 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVE) in various software products.
Microsoft on Monday shared its proof-of-concept security research efforts in uncovering macOS vulnerabilities in the operating system's Transparency, Consent and Control (TCC) technology.
Microsoft on Monday announced that a continuous access evaluation (CAE) capability in the Azure Active Directory identity and access management service has reached the commercial-release ("general availability") stage.
Microsoft on Friday announced Azure Virtual Desktop support for virtual machines with "Trusted Launch" protections.
Microsoft last month offered some general insights on how to secure networks against human-operated ransomware.
Microsoft this week issued unscheduled ("out-of-band") patches for Remote Desktop issues affecting supported Windows Server products.
Microsoft updated its Dec. 11 Log4j vulnerability tools guidance on Monday, offering advice on detecting and addressing possible "Log4Shell" exploits.
New Windows 11 PCs, powered by Microsoft's Pluton security chip, will start releasing this year, Microsoft announced during this week's CES 2022 event.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a warning on Tuesday that it intends to take legal action against companies that disclose customer information because they failed to address an exploited vulnerability in a Log4j software component.
Microsoft on Saturday offered a script to fix a so-called "Y2k22 bug" that caused e-mails to build up within Exchange Server 2019 and Exchange Server 2016 transport queues.
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Microsoft added a preview solution in Microsoft Sentinel that helps IT pros find signs of Log4j exploits, according to a Thursday announcement and Twitter post.
CrowdStrike on Thursday presented advice for organizations attempting to address a security vulnerability in the Log4j Java logging framework used in Apache Web servers, currently undergoing widespread exploitation.
Log4j, a widely used open-source Java logging library, has a critical-remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability that is currently being leveraged in malicious attacks.
Microsoft on Tuesday released security patches for 67 common vulnerabilities and exploits, even as organizations are scrambling to address a Log4j flaw in Apache servers that's under active exploit.
A CrowdStrike survey, announced last week, depicted organizations struggling with security issues, and losing trust in "legacy" software vendors such as Microsoft.
More Microsoft Defender product news arrived this week, including the availability of a Microsoft Defender for Business preview, plus the introduction a newly formed product called "Microsoft Defender for Containers."
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the availability of a new "Vulnerable and Malicious Driver Reporting Center," which lets anyone direct Microsoft's attention toward drivers with suspect behaviors.
Microsoft on Monday announced that it has seized control of multiple Web sites used by the Chinese hacking group NICKEL.
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