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Replicate Hyper-V virtual machines to #Azure using Azure Site Recovery #ASR #BCDR #winserv #Cloud #MSOMS

Site Recovery is an Azure service that contributes to your business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) strategy. Site Recovery orchestrates replication of on-premises physical servers and virtual machines to the cloud (Azure), or to a secondary datacenter. When outages occur ... continue reading
Ransomware encounters on enterprise endpoints

Averting ransomware epidemics in corporate networks with Windows Defender ATP

Microsoft security researchers continue to observe ransomware campaigns blanketing the market and indiscriminately hitting potential targets. Unsurprisingly, these campaigns also continue to use email and the web as primary delivery mechanisms. Also, it appears that most corporate victims are simply ... continue reading
Map showing location of observed Soctuseer infections. The United States, Indonesia and India account for 40% of infections

MSRT November 2016: Unwanted software has nowhere to hide in this month’s release

We came across a browser modifier that sports rootkit capabilities. Not only does the threat, detected as BrowserModifier:Win32/Soctuseer, cross the line that separates legitimate software from unwanted, it also takes staying under the radar to the next level. Rootkit capabilities, ... continue reading
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Building a Windows Server 2016 Domain Controller #winserv #Hybrid #cloud #Azure #powershell

Building a Domain Controller is not that Difficult but what about building this with Powershell and use the 2016 Bits. Well lets take a peek at the Technet site https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh974720(v=wps.630).aspx nothing about 2016. -DomainMode<DomainMode> Specifies the domain functional level of ... continue reading
Hicurdismos displays a fake BSoD message that has contact details for fake support. Note: The real messages do not include support contact details, nor when you call for support are you asked for payment.

Beware of Hicurdismos: It’s a fake Microsoft Security Essentials installer that can lead to a support call scam

(Note: Our Tech support scams FAQ page has the latest info on this type of threat, including scammer tactics, fake error messages, and the latest scammer hotlines.) Wouldn’t it be a shame if, in trying to secure your PC, you ... continue reading