Microsoft this spring will be changing some of the Windows 10 privacy controls.
Microsoft this week announced it will require online cert authorities to implement certain requirements for verification of Windows-based executables and scripts.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Some upcoming security improvements to Windows 10 have been detailed this week by Microsoft.
Microsoft last week has released a guide for orgs looking to get away from the risky Web-based Shell Hashing Algorithim-1 (SHA-1) encryption.
Microsoft's recent claim that Windows 10 has good enough security protections without using the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) is being disputed by security research group CERT.
Microsoft's Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) solution, which aimed to protect against malware attack scenarios and exploit methods, will be shutting down shortly.
An alleged Russian hacking group by the name of Strontium is actively exploiting a recently disclosed Windows flaw.
Microsoft recently unveiled new sandbox security capabilities for SharePoint Server.
Microsoft has released a PowerShell script that will block attacks from spreading in a network after a breach.
Security software vendor Shavlik has provided some tips and thoughts on this week's Patch Tuesday release.
Microsoft took time during its Ignite event, currently going on in Atlanta, to highlight some of the security enhancements coming to its Edge Web browser.
Microsoft's addition of classes and enhanced security features have helped to add to what is the best version of PowerShell.
Microsoft wants to kill the use of Server Message Block (SMB) version 1 by pleading to customers to stop using it.
Those that are still running older versions of Adobe Flash ActiveX will not be able to access Flash content in Internet Explorer 11.
Microsoft's cloud-based security solution, Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA), received an update last week.
Microsoft has expanded the features of its Azure Active Directory Identity Protection service and has made the preview available in Europe.
With the Tuesday release of Microsoft's monthly security patch, RC4 support has been cut from Edge and Internet Explorer 11 browsers.
Microsoft's goal with the next client authentication solution upgrade, coming next month, is to unify the code base.
Issues concerning Microsoft's June security patch and its potential to break Group Policy Object (GPO) settings were discussed yet again this week by Microsoft in a blog post.
Microsoft announced that its Windows 10 Anniversary Edition will be arriving on Aug. 2.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz