Microsoft News of the Day – Microsoft Windows News

July 28, 2022
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Thanks to new software tools and better hardware, Microsoft plans to upgrade servers and network equipment every six years.

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Microsoft is warning Outlook on the Web and Exchange Server customers to watch out for more malicious IIS extensions.

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Azure AD CBA will allow organizations to stop using the Microsoft's Active Directory Federation Service (ADFS) on premises. ADFS is a Windows Server …

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Despite some tricky global headwinds, Microsoft continues to post strong … SQL Server, Windows Server, and enterprise services—was the primary …

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Then disaster strikes. Your servers are hit with ransomware or hacked. A device with critical passwords is stolen. A multi-factor authentication …

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This is for Windows 10 21H2, Windows 10 21H1, and Windows Server version 20H2, respectively. The big fix in this update relates to addressing an issue …

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Microsoft's revenue for the quarter ended June 30 increased by 12% … and “server products and cloud services” revenue was up 22% year over year.

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Dubbed Knotweed by Microsoft's Threat Intelligence Center and Security … run a remote shell and download plug-ins from Knotweed's C2 server.

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Internet information service modules formed part of the attack of Microsoft's own Exchange servers earlier this year.

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The bug, which Microsoft patched in its regularly scheduled July security updates, exists in the Windows Client Server Runtime Subsystem (CSRSS); …

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