Windows 11 will soon lock out hackers who try to guess your password | #computerhacking | #hacking


Microsoft is preparing to roll out a new security update for Windows 11 that will make it more difficult for hackers to exploit its remote desktop protocol (RDP) when launching ransomware attacks.

As reported by BleepingComputer (opens in new tab), recent Windows 11 Insider builds now come with the software giant’s Account Lockout Policy enabled by default. This policy automatically locks user accounts as well as admin accounts for 10 minutes after 10 failed sign-in attempts.





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