Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019: #8 A Faster, Safer Internet
Authors: Gabriel Montenegro, Daniel Havey Share On: Twitter Share On: LinkedIn This blog is part of a series for the Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019! -- Click HERE to see the other blogs in this series. Look ... continue reading
Attack inception: Compromised supply chain within a supply chain poses new risks
A new software supply chain attack unearthed by Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (Windows Defender ATP) emerged as an unusual multi-tier case. Unknown attackers compromised the shared infrastructure in place between the vendor of a PDF editor application and one ... continue reading
Are My RDP Connections Really Secured by a Certificate?
Hello everyone! Tim Beasley – Platforms PFE coming at you live from the funky fresh jam known as LAS VEGAS! That’s right people! I’m having a blast by the pool at the MGM Grand and loving life!! …writing a blog ... continue reading
How Azure SQL Database makes database management easier?
Azure SQL database is a platform as a service SQL Server Database Engine hosted in Azure cloud and managed by Azure. Azure automates many management activities and enables you to focus on development and optimizations. In addition, it enables you ... continue reading
System Center 2016 now supports TLS1.2 security protocols
TLS 1.2 is the secure way of communication suggested by Microsoft with best-in class encryption. SSL and early TLS are not considered strong cryptography and cannot be used as a security control. Microsoft has added official support for TLS1.2 security ... continue reading
New IIS functionality to help identify weak TLS usage
This post is authored by Andrew Marshall, Principal Security Program Manager, TwC Security, Yanbing Shi, Software Engineer, Internet Information Services Team, and Sourabh Shirhatti, Program Manager, Internet Information Services Team. As a follow-up to our announcement regarding TLS 1.2 support ... continue reading
TLS 1.2 support at Microsoft
This post is authored by Andrew Marshall, Principal Security Program Manager, Trustworthy Computing Security. In support of our commitment to use best-in-class encryption, Microsoft’s engineering teams are continually upgrading our cryptographic infrastructure. A current area of focus for us is ... continue reading