September 2023 Patch Tuesday. Microsoft released security updates for products that preempt and mitigate critical vulnerabilities that may affect your infrastructure.
October 10th, of 2023, might seem far off but that’s when Microsoft is ending support for Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2.
If you're still on Windows 10 version 20H2 Enterprise Edition — servicing stops on May 9, 2023. We strongly recommend upgrading eligible devices to Windows 10 or Windows 11. Contact us for assistance
On Monday, March 24th, 2023, Microsoft announced that it is enabling a transport-based enforcement system in Exchange Online serving three functions: reporting, throttling, and blocking.
CISA added a zero-day vulnerability affecting Microsoft Outlook that is actively exploited in the wild. Microsoft has released a patch for the vulnerability as part of their March 2023 Patch Tuesday.
Microsoft is stepping up its game to protect Hybrid Workers from cyber threats. The new Windows 11 security features aim to address the ever-growing security concerns of hybrid workers. — What do these new features help with? Read more.
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“The problem relates to a date check failure with the change of the new year and it not a failure of the AV engine itself," according to the Microsoft Exchange Team.
Microsoft released patches and fixes during this week’s November Patch Tuesday. The report identified 55 vulnerabilities on Microsoft Windows, including on-premises (locally installed) products such as Microsoft Office (Microsoft Excel), Microsoft Edge browser and - most importantly - Microsoft Exchange.
Alert: New Malware called “FoggyWeb” enables hackers to steal Admin Credentials September 30, 2021 Urgency/Severity: CRITICAL Issue / Vulnerability Digitaltrends.com summarizes the issue as follows: Microsoft has recently discovered another type of malware, named FoggyWeb by Microsoft, that hackers are currently using to remotely steal network admin credentials. The credentials allow the attacker group, which the company has called Nobelium, to hack into admin accounts of the Active Directory Federation Services’ (AD FS) servers and [...]