With system administrators increasingly being targeted by hackers, Microsoft this week shared some security tips for organizations.
IT pros managing BitLocker-encrypted drives on devices will soon have access to some new capabilities, Microsoft announced this week.
Scriptblocks are a ubiquitous part of PowerShell and are a construct that every PowerShell developer should understand.
Microsoft made some key open source-related announcements at its Build conference this week, including the debut of Windows Terminal, an open source command-line console for Windows 10 that consolidates multiple tools.
A key component of Microsoft's new threat-hunting service for organizations is now ready for use in production environments.
Events happen regularly on a typical Windows computer. It's important for administrators to keep tabs on these events, especially if they affect sensitive information or mission-critical processes.
A security breach that was discovered by Docker last week did not compromise Microsoft container images hosted on Docker Hub, Microsoft said recently.
Microsoft is making the case against security policies that enforce periodic password expirations for Windows users.
Microsoft this week announced two new services aimed at Office 365 ProPlus users.
The Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module reached the "general availability" stage this week, enabling IT pros to create and delete teams, and other such operations.
You can force Pester to return output in XML rather than via the console. Here's how.
A newly reported zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2019-0859) discovered by Kaspersky Lab this week uses PowerShell to attack Windows systems.
Version 1904 of Windows Admin Center, the latest release of the Web-based management portal, is now generally available.
A security breach that originated from the start of this year exposed some Microsoft e-mail users' accounts to "individuals outside Microsoft," the company admitted this past week.
Microsoft on Tuesday released its April security patch bundle, as well as one security advisory on Adobe Flash.
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