Windows environment variables give system administrators access to a plethora of information about the operating system. Here are some ways to manage them.
As many as 1 million Asus computer users were targeted last year in a "supply-chain attack," according to a report Monday by software security firm Kaspersky Lab.
Microsoft is rebranding its Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) product to "Microsoft Defender ATP" to reflect its newly added support for Mac clients.
Here's how to quickly figure out what file shares exist on a remote computer, as well as what information is configured on them.
Most Office 365 users will begin to receive Microsoft's "Insights for MyAnalytics" service sometime this month.
Microsoft addressed 64 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) in its March security patch bundle, released this week on "update Tuesday."
Adam walks through how to proactively monitor an AD group for changes and execute a PowerShell script to take action when that happens.
Azure Firewall, Microsoft's firewall-as-a-service security offering for organizations using Azure virtual machines, is getting several improvements that tap the company's Threat Intelligence service.
The move toward passwordless Web authentications took another step this week, with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) announcing that it now considers the Web Authentication (WebAuthn) specification to be an official standard.
Organizations hoping to extend the viability of their Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) implementations can purchase Microsoft's Windows 7 Extended Security Updates plan starting April 1.
Microsoft is coming out with a Windows Server IoT 2019 product, the company announced on Tuesday at the Embedded World conference in Nuremberg, Germany.
Windows Defender ATP for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 is now generally available, Microsoft announced last week, after being in preview since last spring.
Microsoft this week described the steps for adapting "classic" alert rules to work with its new Azure Monitor service.
The GUI is fine if you're only moving a few files, but for larger and more complex migrations, this built-in Windows utility is the way to go.
Microsoft recently described its timeline for phasing out Secure Hash Algorithm-1 (SHA-1) in supported Windows systems, and for upgrading to SHA-2.
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