After skipping the February Patch Tuesday release, Microsoft is back with a larger-than-usual rollup of fixes.
Microsoft this week said that its latest Azure Active Directory management option aimed at alleviating data leakage in SharePoint and OneDrive is now in preview.
"Premium Assurance" coverage plans for SQL Server and Windows Server can now be purchased from Microsoft.
Details on the broken state of the Shell Hashing Algorithm-1 (SHA-1) were released by security experts at Google last week.
Microsoft this week released unannounced security updates for Adobe Flash Player in Windows.
February's security update, which missed its Feb. 14 release, will now be arriving with March's patch, Microsoft said.
Microsoft's February "patch Tuesday" release did not arrive as scheduled.
Microsoft on Friday announced new and improved security features coming to Windows 10 in the near future.
A vulnerability warning by the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has detailed a new zero-day security exploit involving the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol in Windows systems.
Microsoft announced on Monday that Windows 10 "Creators Update" will arive with a new Security Center feature.
Microsoft will be going live with its new "Security Updates Guide" portal -- which will replace the older "Security Bulletins" portal -- next month.
On Friday Microsoft announced that how it delivers Windows security updates will be changing.
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.