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Tech Giants Weigh In on U.S. Federal Data Privacy Law

There is bipartisan consensus in Congress that a federal data privacy law is necessary. Public policy experts from Google, Microsoft, and Twitter discussed the issues lawmakers will need to address to craft meaningful privacy regulation at a panel at RSA Conference.

Government, Microsoft, Google, Twitter, Rsac2019

Microsoft Exchange Users Get Admin Rights in Privilege Escalation Attack

A privilege escalation attack that is the combination of known issues and weaknesses with Microsoft Exchange will let users become Domain Administrators. No compromised credentials required.

Microsoft, Security Research, Least Privilege

Microsoft Fixes IE Flaw Already Under Attack

Even with a regular software update cadence, some vulnerabilities are serious enough to warrant an emergency fix. Microsoft has released an out-of-band update addressing a remote code execution flaw in Internet Explorer.

Microsoft, Patch, Internet Explorer

Software Update Led to Microsoft Azure MFA Outage

A trio of problems caused by a software update in some of Microsoft's data centers led to a service outage for customers of the Azure Active Directory MFA service last week.

Mfa, Microsoft

Windows Now Supports Password-Less Authentication With Security Keys

Microsoft customers now have the option of logging in to Windows, on desktop or mobile devices, with a FIDO2-compliant security key--and no password.

Microsoft