The Microsoft Exchange vulnerability debacle, which has been reported on to extensively by The Hacker News, Krebs on Security, Threat Post, and others does not seem to be going away any time soon.
Jack Wallen over at TechRepublic has a new though provoking article out about why Microsoft should replace it’s Windows core with Linux. Basically, the argument goes that if Microsoft is intent
TechRepublic writes of the partnership between Altran and Microsoft that produced a new machine learning tool to find bugs in code. This algorithm can read through commits in a Github repository, evaluate where
Security Week reports that Microsoft has suffered a mishap with a handful of its Elasticsearch databases causing approximately 250 million customer support records to be exposed. While financial information for these clients was
Microsoft made an interesting decision this year to not support the hour of code event on Chromebooks. While sure, that seems like a non-event, most people don’t use Chromebooks… except