Microland recognized as ‘Finalist’ in the Microsoft 2021 Government Partner of the Year Awards | #microsoft | #hacking | #cybersecurity

BENGALURU, India, LONDON and ATLANTA, Aug. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Microland today announced it has been named a finalist (runner-up) in the Microsoft 2021 Government Partner of the Year Awards. The company was honored with this recognition among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and…

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What to Do Now That Those ‘PrintNightmare’ Windows Patches Didn’t Work [Updated] | #microsoft | #hacking | #cybersecurity

Photo: Diego Cervo (Shutterstock) Microsoft recently released emergency patches to fix a major zero-day security flaw in Windows’ Print Spooler code dubbed “PrintNightmare,” but they didn’t fix the problem. Security researchers discovered the vulnerability is still present on several versions of Windows even after the patch (via TechRadar), leaving users…

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Registry Explorer is the registry editor every Windows user needs | #microsoft | #hacking | #cybersecurity

Last week, a new open-source Registry Editor was released that puts Windows Regedit software to shame by supporting a host of advanced features, making editing the Registry easier than ever. The Windows Registry is a centralized, hierarchical database used by the operating system to store system settings, hardware configurations, and user preferences. …

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Microsoft PrintNightmare Hack Grants Windows Admin Privileges In Latest Security Facepalm | #microsoft | #hacking | #cybersecurity

Since the discovery of PrintNightmare, Delpy has been working to both investigate and exploit it for research purposes. Initially, he reported that he could achieve both remote code execution and local privilege escalation using PrintNightmare on a fully patched server with “Point & Print” enabled. Following that development, Delpy was…

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Public print server gives anyone Windows admin privileges | #microsoft | #hacking | #cybersecurity

​A researcher has created a remote print server allowing any Windows user with limited privileges to gain complete control over a computer by installing a print driver. In June, a security researcher accidentally revealed a zero-day Windows print spooler vulnerability known as PrintNightmare (CVE-2021-34527) that allowed remote code execution and elevation of…

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SysTools Launched Cloud Data Migration Service & Email Migration Software to Accelerate the Digital Transformation | #microsoft | #hacking | #cybersecurity

“The most difficult aspect of cloud migration is its complexity; as a result of the deployment structure and methods necessary for developing and maintaining cloud migration, most businesses seek to outsource core cloud migration services, SysTools understands this need and provides frictionless data migration experience to our customers,” said Debasish Pramanik, Managing Director…

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iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows vulnerable to this bug, government advises ‘update immediately’ | #microsoft | #hacking | #cybersecurity

The Indian government’s official IT security organisation CERT-In (Computer Emergency Response Team) has issued a warning against vulnerabilities in the Apple software ecosystem, Windows OS, and Android mobile OS. The vulnerability, if left unaddressed, could be used by hackers to gain remote access to your devices. To prevent this security…

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