Microsoft has discontinued support for domain fronting via Azure. The cloud computing platform is primarily designed for developing, testing, and running applications. It supports setups ranging from virtual computing to networking and is underpinned by Microsoft’s data centers. The company ... Read more
The Microsoft Security team has been commended for its handling of the latest Microsoft Exchange breach, which affected over 25,000 customers globally. According to Charles Carmakal, the senior vice president at FireEye, the tech giant has done exceptionally well in ... Read more
Microsoft is issuing guidance in the wake of a targeted cyberattack most recently aimed at parts of the US government. Microsoft's issuance is both parts, identifying recent nation-state sanctioned attack techniques as well as giving its customer assurance that as ... Read more
Much has been said about the effects of foreign interference in the 2016 presidential elections, but if anything, cyberattacks from foreign adversaries have increased in the leadup to the 2020 elections. Today, Microsoft, in their On the Issues corporate blog, ... Read more
Microsoft finds that security researchers are a vital component of the cybersecurity ecosystem. These security researchers spend time discovering and reporting security bugs before anyone can use the bugs for nefarious purposes. As detailed in a post on the Microsoft ... Read more
Apparently, advertising malware is not only hitting Windows users only. As noted in a report by ZDNet, ChromeOS and macOS users are increasing at risk for advertising malware on websites. ZDNet provided advertising malware statistics and data gathered by a ... Read more
Two Britons have been arrested yesterday by the local authorities for attempting to hack into Microsoft's network, but the company says that they did not gain access to customer information.