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Announcement: Microsoft Cloud Partner Program launches

Today is the official launch of the new Microsoft Cloud Partner Program, historically Microsoft Partner Network (MPN). With the global reach, strategic investments, and technology stack from Microsoft, we empower our partners to create and sell differentiated products and end-to-end solutions for customers in any scenario and every industry. Additionally, we are committed to making …

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Azure Single Sign-on and Passwordless Authentication

Microsoft has announced the public preview of single sign-on and passwordless authentication for Azure Virtual Desktop. The “new functionality is currently available on Windows 10, Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022 session hosts, once [users have] installed the September Cumulative Update Preview.” Note This is using Windows Hello and FIDO2. If you’re looking to start …

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Potentially New Microsoft Exchange Zero-Day Flaw Actively Exploited

Updated on 2022-09-30 Zero-day remote code execution vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange servers are being actively exploited, according to researchers from GTSC. The flaws can be chained to deploy web shells on vulnerable servers. The GTSC researchers notified Microsoft of the vulnerabilities three weeks ago via the Zero Day Initiative, which has given them identifiers: ZDI-CAN-18333 …

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Minecraft collaborates with LaLiga to bring you into the world of professional soccer

Created in collaboration with LaLiga, the new LaLiga Skin Pack for Minecraft brings you into the exciting world of professional soccer. Pick from over 20 different teams for a total of 80 skins — featuring kits for the 2022/2023 season — to become a Pro Footballer for your favorite team. Open up the Marketplace on …

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Microsoft issues out-of-band security patch; vulnerability disclosed

Updated on 2022-09-26: Microsoft out-of-band security update Microsoft released an out-of-band security update last week for its Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager app to address a security issue known as CVE-2022-37972, which was set to be described for the first time at the BSidesKC security conference this weekend. Read more: Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager Spoofing Vulnerability: …

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Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Users to turn on Tamper Protection by default

[Updated on 20 September 2022] Tamper Protection Will be On by Default for all Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Users Microsoft says it plans to turn tamper protection on by default in all instances of Defender for Endpoint. Customers who have not already turned on tamper protection will receive a notice that it will be automatically …

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Solved: How do I enable Kerberos armoring EAP-FAST in AD environment?

Kerberos Armoring is the Microsoft’s implementation of Flexible Authentication via Secure Tunneling Extensible Authentication Protocol Method (EAP-FAST) standard, is part of the framework for Kerberos Pre-authentication described in RFC4581 and RFC6113. This article outlines the detail steps for how to deploy Kerberos armoring EAP-FAST in the Active Directory environments.

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Microsoft’s September Patch Tuesday Addresses 60+ Vulnerabilities

[Updated on 22 September 2022] Microsoft warns of zero-day affecting all versions of Windows Microsoft is warning of a zero-day vulnerability affecting all versions of Windows that the company disclosed last week as part of Patch Tuesday. Since the initial disclosure, the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency warned federal agencies to patch for the …

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Microsoft Will Soon Require Token-Based Authentication for Exchange Online

In less than one month, Microsoft will turn off basic authentication, like usernames and passwords over unencrypted channels, for Exchange Online service. As of October 1, 2022, users will be required to employ token-based authentication (to access their accounts.). Other cloud providers are making similar changes: Google has already moved 150 million users to two-factor …

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