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Screwed Drivers: Windows Third-Party Device Code is Huge Mess

Many Windows drivers permit malware to access anything, subverting controls that separate user space from the kernel ...
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Microsoft® Partner Network Protests Before Inspire Conference

Microsoft® Partner Network Protests Before Inspire Conference

| | Blog, Partners, Windows
Just a few weeks ago, Microsoft® partners around the world received this sobering message in their Azure® console: “Starting in October 2019, performance thresholds for Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions Competency will ...
The Home Security Episode - Locks, Doors, Cameras, and More!

The Home Security Episode – Locks, Doors, Cameras, and More!

In episode 89 of our monthly show Scott and Tom discuss everything you need to know about home security with physical security expert, Patrick McNeil. We delve deep into the world of ...
Windows Network Policy Server from the Cloud

Windows Network Policy Server from the Cloud

| | Blog, RADIUS, Windows
Is there an option to have a Windows® Network Policy Server (NPS) from the cloud? The short answer is yes, but the solution isn’t from Microsoft®, nor is it specifically for Windows ...
Computers are People Too

Computers are People Too

There are those rare times during pen tests, when you are on a client’s network and you don’t have any valid domain credentials but you do have local admin on a windows ...

Critical WhatsApp Vulnerability, Facial Recognition Ban, Wormable Flaw in Windows

This is your Shared Security Weekly Blaze for May 20th 2019 with your host, Tom Eston. In this week’s episode: A serious spyware vulnerability in WhatsApp, San Francisco bans facial recognition, and ...

Remote Desktop Vulnerabilities: Identifying the Exposure and Patch Using Osquery

[Updated June 5th] Patching for the CVE (CVE-2019-0708) vulnerability (referred to as BlueKeep) appears to have been slow, according to Rob Graham among others. One security expert, Ryan McGeehan (@Magoo), with experience ...
Windows Datacenter Alternative for Nonprofits

Windows Datacenter Alternative for Nonprofits

| | Blog, Windows
The IT landscape is always in flux – but one recent change is having an unfortunate impact on charities and nonprofit organizations. In March 2018, Microsoft announced that they would no longer ...

Avast Cleanup Premium End of Support for XP | Avast

In October 2001, Microsoft released one of the longest-running operating systems in history (as well as the now infamous “Bliss” wallpaper above) to the world: Windows XP. In April 2014, Microsoft stopped ...
Introduction to the Windows® Domain Controller

Introduction to the Windows® Domain Controller

| | Blog, Windows
The concept of the domain has been a critical aspect of many IT admins’ networks because it’s at the center of managing users and their access to IT resources. Historically, the domain ...
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