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FilelessAttackTechnique

Detecting fileless attacks with Azure Security Center

As the security solutions get better at detecting attacks, attackers are increasingly employing stealthier methods to avoid detection. In Azure, we regularly see fileless attacks targeting our customers’ endpoints. To avoid detection by traditional antivirus software and other filesystem-based detection ... continue reading
FilelessAttackTechnique

Detecting fileless attacks with Azure Security Center

As the security solutions get better at detecting attacks, attackers are increasingly employing stealthier methods to avoid detection. In Azure, we regularly see fileless attacks targeting our customers’ endpoints. To avoid detection by traditional antivirus software and other filesystem-based detection ... continue reading
Upgrading Windows server 2016 Domain controller to Windows Server 2019

Upgrading Windows server 2016 Domain controller to Windows Server 2019 #windows2019 #ws2019

If you want to upgrade your domain controller and make this ready for server 2019. In this case I have only one Domain controller running server 2016. When you do a Upgrade of your current Domain Controller you may get ... continue reading
Remote Desktop Services 2019 generally available with Windows Server 2019

Remote Desktop Services 2019 generally available with Windows Server 2019

This blog post was co-authored by Jonathan Federico, Product Marketing Manager, Desktop Virtualization and Christian Montoya, Program Manager, RDS. We released the newest version of Remote Desktop Services (RDS), RDS 2019, on October 2, 2018. RDS 2019 builds on the ... continue reading
Ignite 2018 highlights: passwordless sign-in, confidential computing, new threat protection, and more

Ignite 2018 highlights: passwordless sign-in, confidential computing, new threat protection, and more

What a week it was in Orlando! Ignite is always a biggie, and this one was no exception. For all of us here at Microsoft who get to work on security, spending time with customers to learn how you are ... continue reading

Security baseline (DRAFT) for Windows 10 v1809 and Windows Server 2019

Microsoft is pleased to announce the draft release of the security configuration baseline settings for Windows 10 version 1809 (a.k.a., “Redstone 5” or “RS5”), and for Windows Server 2019. Please evaluate these proposed baselines and send us your feedback via ... continue reading
Screenshot of obfuscated script

Out of sight but not invisible: Defeating fileless malware with behavior monitoring, AMSI, and next-gen AV

Consider this scenario: Two never-before-seen, heavily obfuscated scripts manage to slip past file-based detection and dynamically load an info-stealing payload into memory. The scripts are part of a social engineering campaign that tricks potential victims into running the scripts, which ... continue reading
Secure Score

Strengthen your security posture and protect against threats with Azure Security Center

In my recent conversations with customers, they have shared the security challenges they are facing on-premises. These challenges include recruiting and retaining security experts, quickly responding to an increasing number of threats, and ensuring that their security policies are meeting ... continue reading

Windows Server 2019 – Announcing general availability in October! 

This blog post was authored by Erin Chapple, Corporate Vice President, Windows Server. I am thrilled to be back at Ignite this year! Over the last two years, Ive had the pleasure to announce major releases of Windows Server. Two ... continue reading
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