Microsoft announced on Wednesday that its Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Evaluation Lab is now production-ready.
Microsoft issued a "light" bundle of patches for security vulnerabilities in Windows and applications in its September "update Tuesday" release.
Microsoft's August security updates won't install for users of Windows 7 SP1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 if those operating system lack certain March updates.
Microsoft addressed about 93 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) in its August security patch release, issued Tuesday.
Exploit code for the so-called "BlueKeep" vulnerability is now "widely available" for use by attackers, Microsoft recently warned.
Not even Microsoft itself has been able to completely eliminate the use of passwords in its facilities, a testament to the obstacles facing organizations that want a password-free future.
Microsoft's July security updates include patches for 16 vulnerabilities rated "Critical," along with 60 rated "Important" and one rated "Moderate."
July 9 marked the end of "extended support" for SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2, the last five-year phase of Microsoft's overall 10-year product lifecycle for these products.
Researchers have discovered a flaw in the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet program that, combined with its Power Query data-fetching component, can leave businesses open to so-called "Dynamic Data Exchange" attacks.
More storage options and a new secure "Personal Vault" feature are coming to the Microsoft OneDrive cloud storage service.
A newly discovered side-channel attack method called "RAMBleed" can expose information from memory chips, including encryption key information, according to academic researchers.
The June edition of Microsoft's monthly security patch rollout addresses 88 common vulnerabilities and disclosures (CVEs), the largest "in recent memory," according to a Trend Micro analyst.
Microsoft recently urged organizations to install its May security patches to prevent attackers from exploiting a "wormable" vulnerability in Remote Desktop Services.
Microsoft announced Attack Surface Analyzer 2.0 this week, describing changes in the updated -- and now open source -- software.
Tuesday marked several important security developments for IT pros.
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.
A key component of Microsoft's new threat-hunting service for organizations is now ready for use in production environments.
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.
A newly reported zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2019-0859) discovered by Kaspersky Lab this week uses PowerShell to attack Windows systems.
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.
Microsoft this week announced the general availability of its new Azure Active Directory Password Protection feature, which aims to diminish the threat of password spray attacks.
Microsoft has announced the release of System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) Update 1902, as well as the general availability of both Microsoft 365 Security Center and Microsoft 365 Compliance Center.