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Microsoft Patch Tuesday and patch management News
August 09, 2017
Microsoft's August 2017 Patch Tuesday brought the first Windows 10 Linux subsystem patches, just as a new version of the Linux subsystem is released for Windows Server.
August 08, 2017
Security researchers uncovered a new SMB vulnerability in July, but Microsoft feels most administrators who follow network security best practices are already protected.
July 12, 2017
Client-side security takes the forefront in Microsoft's July 2017 Patch Tuesday, which includes a fix for legacy Windows NTLM authentication processes.
June 14, 2017
Microsoft's June 2017 Patch Tuesday saw another set of Windows XP fixes released in order to secure systems against leaked NSA cyberweapons.
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A Windows Shell flaw used by the Stuxnet worm continues to pose problems years after it was patched. Nick Lewis explains how the flaw exposes enterprise security shortcomings. Continue Reading
Microsoft's switch to rollup patching makes it imperative for administrators to streamline the update process for Windows Server systems. Continue Reading
Windows Server patches plug security holes, fix bugs and optimize performance. With a complex technology stack, admins can't always update on Patch Tuesday. Not to worry. Continue Reading
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A recently discovered Samba vulnerability bears a striking resemblance to the notorious Windows exploit EternalBlue. Expert Matthew Pascucci compares the two vulnerabilities. Continue Reading
The Heartbleed flaw still impacts almost 200,000 services connected to the internet. Expert Nick Lewis explains why these services remain unpatched and vulnerable. Continue Reading
Patching telecom infrastructures presents many challenges. Expert Matthew Pascucci explains those challenges and what can be done to make sure the systems get patched anyway. Continue Reading