Tag: Microsoft Windows

Cybersecurity Threat Advisory: Microsoft Windows critical remote code execution

Cybersecurity Threat Advisory: Microsoft Windows critical remote code execution

Microsoft released an emergency update for a critical remote code execution vulnerability for all Windows versions that are still receiving security updates (Windows 7+ and Server 2008+). This vulnerability allows an attacker to utilize the software to execute arbitrary code...

/ May 31, 2022 / 6 Comments
Tech Time Warp: The Sasser worm teaches a lesson

Tech Time Warp: The Sasser worm teaches a lesson

In this week’s edition of Tech Time Warp, we’re traveling back to early May 2004, when computer users worldwide learned a hard lesson: Don’t procrastinate when it comes to installing a security patch. Users at the Taiwanese post office, the...

/ April 29, 2022
MSPs should prep now for arrival of Windows 11

MSPs should prep now for arrival of Windows 11

Managed service providers (MSPs) should expect to see an increase in support calls around Oct. 5th now that Microsoft has let it be known this week that it plans to start making Windows 11 available on that date. While it’s...

/ September 2, 2021
Security Alert: Microsoft Windows Operating Systems

Security Alert: Microsoft Windows Operating Systems

On January 14th, 2020, Microsoft released a handful of critical patches to address security vulnerabilities. These include Windows CryptoAPI, Windows Remote Desktop Gateway (RD Gateway), and Windows Remote Desktop Client. Any machines running 32- or 64-bit Windows 10 operating systems,...

/ January 15, 2020
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Microsoft moving to smooth Windows 10 migration

Microsoft moving to smooth Windows 10 migration

IT service providers have made a lot of money over the years helping customers migrate to new versions of the Windows operating system, so it’s understandable if many IT service providers are getting excited about the pending arrival of Windows...

/ October 2, 2014