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Microsoft Plan To Launch Built-In VPN With Edge Browser

Microsoft rolls out "Edge Secure Network" built-in VPN as Preview with Edge browser. It will encrypt traffic, change IP, and 1GB free data.

USB-based Wormable Malware Targets Windows Installer

Activity dubbed ‘Raspberry Robin’ uses Microsoft Standard Installer and other legitimate processes to communicate with threat actors and execute nefarious commands.

Xbox Gaming services slowly coming back online after experiencing worldwide outage

Multiple critical Xbox Gaming services, including remote and cloud gaming, are currently down, but Microsoft has confirmed that it is actively investigating and addressing any issues.

Microsoft Weekly: App updates, broad deployment of Windows 10, and cybersecurity

This week, we are recapping a bunch of updates for Microsoft apps and services, Windows updates (and the lack of them), and some incidents in the cybersecurity space. Read about all of this here!

Microsoft April Patch Tuesday Is Huge, Fixed 128 Bugs

Microsoft fixed 10 critical bugs and over a hundred important vulnerabilities with April Patch Tuesday. Users must patch their systems asap.

Microsoft Edge adds a new browsing mode that prioritizes security

The latest version of Microsoft Edge adds a new browsing mode that focus on security. It also allows people to customize which sites open with different profiles.

Microsoft Uncovers New Details of Russian Hacking Campaign Targeting Ukraine

Microsoft shared more details on tactics and techniques that Russia-based Gamaredon hacking group used to facilitate cyberespionage attacks.

Apple macOS Security Bypass Bug Could Allow Access To Private Data

Microsoft researcher discovered the macOS security bypass bug affecting the latest macOS Monterey too. Apple patched it with Monterey 12.1.

Microsoft Teams End-to-End Encryption Now ‘Generally Available’

Microsoft Teams desktop users can now get end-to-end encryption with the latest Windows and macOS client releases.

Microsoft Teams now has End-to-End Encryption for all one-on-one calls, but there are caveats

Microsoft Teams now has End-to-End Encryption for all one-on-one calls, but enabling the privacy-boosting feature will render nearly all the important features in the platform, non-functional, until

Microsoft gathers new data in race to outpace cybersecurity threats

The cybersecurity threat landscape is always evolving. As a result, Microsoft's always collecting data.

Microsoft's Windows software bundling practices cause anger in EU

A coalition of companies is calling on the EU to keep Microsoft in check, arguing that the company's current bundling of Teams, OneDrive, and Windows is giving the Redmond-based tech giant an unfair advantage.

Microsoft Edge adds Super Duper Secure Mode to Stable channel

Microsoft has quietly added a 'Super Duper Secure Mode' to the Microsoft Edge web browser, a new feature that brings security improvements without significant performance losses.

Microsoft: Office 365 will boost default protection for all users

Microsoft is rolling out Built-In Protection to Defender for Office 365, a new feature that would automatically enable recommended settings and policies to make sure all new and existing users get at least a basic level of protection.

Microsoft says to watch out for HTML smugglers

The cybercrime world has ransomware propagators, malware messengers, and even straight-up smugglers. Microsoft wants to remind you to stay vigilant.

Microsoft warns about China-based hacking group that's up to no good

Another day, another threat actor stirring the pot. This time around, it's trouble from the fellows associated with the SolarWinds Serv-U zero-day exploit situation.

Microsoft warns of rise in password sprays targeting cloud accounts

The Microsoft Detection and Response Team (DART) says it detected an increase in password spray attacks targeting privileged cloud accounts and high-profile identities such as C-level executives.

Microsoft Warns of TodayZoo Phishing Kit Used in Extensive Credential Stealing Attacks

Microsoft disclosed an "extensive series of credential phishing campaigns" that takes advantage of a custom phishing kit, dubbed "TodayZoo."

Microsoft Hit with 2.4 Tbps DDoS Attack - Cyber Security News

Microsoft recently proclaimed that they have witnessed a 2.4 Tbps DDoS attack in August this year, and it's the largest attack ever recorded till now.

38 Million Records Exposed from Microsoft Power Apps of Dozens of Organisations

Default permissions settings in Microsoft Power Apps left 38 million records exposed from dozens of organizations.

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