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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.

Microsoft Patch Tuesday July Addresses 117 Flaws Including 9 Zero-Days

With July Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has also fixed the infamous PrintNightmare bug that caused worldwide disruptions. Update now.

Microsoft shares guidance on new Windows Print Spooler vulnerability

Microsoft is sharing mitigation guidance on a new Windows Print Spooler vulnerability tracked as CVE-2021-34481 that was disclosed tonight.

Microsoft Issues Emergency Patch for Critical Windows PrintNightmare Vulnerability

The Microsoft Security Response Team has issued an emergency patch for the critical Windows PrintNightmare vulnerability.

Microsoft releases mandatory Windows updates to fix PrintNightmare exploit

Microsoft has begun rolling out a mandatory update for the most recent Windows 10 versions - 2004, 20H2, and 21H1 - to patch the recently acknowledged PrintNightmare critical vulnerability.

Netgear Authentication Bypass Allows Router Takeover

Microsoft researchers discovered the firmware flaws in the DGN-2200v1 series router that can enable authentication bypass to take over devices and access stored credentials.

Microsoft Edge Bug Could've Let Hackers Steal Your Secrets for Any Site

Hackers could have stolen your secrets for any site through a Microsoft Edge bug

Windows 10 Patch Tuesday updates are now live, here's what's new

As is the case every second Tuesday of the month, Microsoft has released cumulative updates for all supported versions. For the first time, all supported consumer versions will receive the same update

Microsoft Edge 90 brings Kids Mode, Password Monitor, and more

Microsoft is rolling out Edge 90, the latest version of Microsoft Edge. The update brings Kids Mode, Password Monitor, and an improved experience for searching through browsing history.

Microsoft releases Windows 10 SSU to fix security update issue

Microsoft has released the Windows 10 1909 KB5000850 cumulative update preview and a new KB5001205 Servicing Stack Update that resolves a Secure Boot vulnerability.

Here's why Teams, Xbox Live, Office 365, and more went down this week

Microsoft published a preliminary root cause analysis about the major Azure outage earlier this week. The outage affected hundreds of millions of people as it caused Teams, Office 365, Xbox Live, and other Microsoft services to go down.

Microsoft hack: 3,000 UK email servers remain unsecured

The UK's National Cyber Security Centre warns that more than 3,000 servers have not been secured.

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