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Extending Microsoft Active Directory
Microsoft Active Directory is a database embedded in all Windows server operating systems and in Windows Azure (Microsoft’s cloud-based platform-as-a-service/PaaS offering). The directory is used to store information about objects and their attributes that are active within a given Windows net ...
Posted 06 January 2014 by Bob Tarzey
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Patching the Perpetual MD5 Vulnerability
By Gavin Hill Earlier this month, Microsoft updated the security advisory that deprecates the use of MD5 hash algorithms for certificates issued by certification authorities (CA) in the Microsoft root certificate program. The patch has been released so that administrators can test its impact before ...
Posted 18 October 2013 by Cloud Security Alliance (CSA)
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Facebook, Twitter, Apple and Microsoft: all icons of the information technology industry and all the focus of targeted attacks in Feb 2013. The bad news for us all is, that even those that should be some of the most tech-savvy companies in the world, can fall foul of targeted attacks.   Micro ...
Posted 01 March 2013 by Bob Tarzey
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Anniversaries are often a time to reflect on the past but also to look to the future. A major anniversary in the field of computer security was reached on the 15th of January this year. That date marked the 10th anniversary of Bill Gates' famous memo marking the start of Microsoft's Trustworthy Comp ...
Posted 01 February 2012 by Brian Honan
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Looking to save a few bucks on software will almost always lead users down a dangerous path. Users either end up at “OEM Software” sites offering unlicensed and illegal software, or to downloading cracks or keygens laced with malware.  One of the big issues here is that the ...
Posted 30 July 2010 by Rick Robinson
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“Black Screen of Death” Reports
Oh, wow – sometimes the power of social media, the blogs and the internet can backfire. I guess in the meantime you have seen the claims by Prevx that approx. 80 million of PCs are affected by the Black Screen of Death problems supposedly caused by our November Security Updates. This caused (a ...
Posted 01 December 2009 by Roger Halbheer
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Use these Learning Paths to find a range of Microsoft training references and resources on information security threats and appropriate countermeasures. Learning resources are organised by level (from basic to expert) and provide information on the planning, prevention, detection, and response phase ...
Posted 13 November 2009 by Roger Halbheer
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The web is getting a playground for different type of attacks. There is lot of talks going around about Microsoft EOT fonts realm which are being used for launching different type of attacks. Recently I gave a talk at the Excalibur Conference, China in which I talked about launching a CSRF attack i ...
Posted 13 November 2009 by Aditya K Sood
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