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Intel to Add Hardware Defense Against Subtle Attacks

Intel's new Control-Flow Enforcement Technology will be built into its forthcoming Tiger Lake processors and integrated with Windows 10.

Intel, Microsoft

Critical Flaw Patched in Windows SMB

Microsoft fixed a critical remote code execution flaw in the SMBv1 protocol in many of the current Windows versions.

Microsoft

Into the Great Wide Open With CVE-2020-0688

Hundreds of thousands of Exchange servers are still vulnerable to a dangerous flaw (CVE-2020-0688) four months after Microsoft released a patch for it.

Microsoft

Decipher Podcast: Ping Look

Ping Look, senior director of Microsoft's Detection and Response Team, joins Dennis Fisher to talk about her team's work helping enterprises recover from intrusions, the spike in ransomware infections, and understanding attacker behavior.

Podcast, Microsoft

Microsoft’s RDP Patch Isn’t a Complete Fix

Microsoft's February security update fixes the vulnerability that can result in reverse RDP attacks in the built-in Windows RDP client, but third-party RDP clients are still vulnerable, Check Point said.

Microsoft, Rdp, Patching