Microsoft today released updates to remedy nearly 130 security vulnerabilities in its Windows operating system and supported software. None of the flaws are known to be currently under active exploitation, but 23 of them could be exploited by malware or malcontents to seize complete control of Windows computers with little or no help from users. […]
Patching is the process of repairing system vulnerabilities which are discovered after the components have been released on the market. Patches apply to many different parts of an information system which include operating systems, servers, routers, desktops, email clients, office suites, mobile devices, firewalls, and many other components that exist within the network infrastructure.
Patch management is an integral part of systems management that includes testing and installing multiple patches to an administered computer system. This management software keeps enterprises better protected by automating the delivery of operating systems and application updates. Patch management tasks include: deciding what patches are appropriate for particular systems, keeping track of all the installed patches and ensuring that each patch is properly installed, systems testing after installation, and documenting all associated procedures.
An unbelievable 17-year-old bug just has been awarded a CVSS severity score of 10.0 making it an extremely dangerous security hole for Windows DNS Server.
The bug, tracked as CVE-2020-1350 or also called “SigRed” relates to Microsoft Windows DNS and is wormable, meaning it can jump across unpatched machines without user interaction. Unnoticed this can lead to the compromising of the whole network of a company.
As Microsoft closed the security issue on its Microsoft Patch Tuesday, a secure patch is finally available. Still this update won’t be installed automatically.
Microsoft released updates to plug at least 120 security holes in its Windows operating systems and supported software, including two newly discovered vulnerabilities that are actively being exploited. Yes, good people of the Windows world, it’s time once again to use XEOX! With the release of the August 2020 Patch Tuesday security updates, Microsoft has […]
Microsoft has been dominant in the private and corporate space for years, thanks to its Microsoft Office application and Server products that make it easy for users to operate more securely and efficiently. So, there is no surprise that many small and medium businesses run Windows on their computers and devices. The question might be which version of Microsoft Windows are you running on your devices? As you probably know, the operating system that manages your apps and programs can have a big impact on your work. Certain parts of your organization might require deep controlled management, while others might require a lighter scenario-based workflow. The good news is that Windows 10 offers the flexibility to respond to all these changing requirements and can easily be deployed in a mixed environment