Deal assures interoperability of network access security protocols.
Users of Microsoft's new Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) 6.0 client apparently can bypass server-side security settings.
Microsoft blogger describes why a security tool was needed to convert Office 2003 files to the Office 2007 format.
Redmond offers a Windows Installer patch to fix a resource-use problem.
A new nonprofit industry group works to push IEEE 802.1x as the basis for open source client-side security.
Windows, Office, Exchange, Internet Explorer and BizTalk Server products get patched today.
A free solution from Shavlik provides security diagnostics for small-to-medium enterprise networks that can't use Microsoft's latest patch technology or MBSA 2.0.1 tool.
The SANS Institute is set to launch new assessment and certification exams for .NET this summer (article courtesy of Redmond Developer News, May 1, 2007).
Client security app gets formally unveiled as part of Microsoft's enterprise security suite.
New WS-Federation group aims at improving how companies share data.
Microsoft's new operating system used some old code that was hard to spot.
Finance companies seek more mature open-source solutions that will meet legal requirements, among other concerns.
Expiring beta version of OS gives users just two hours to save their data.
May 8 is the possible release date for Microsoft's patch to fix security vulnerabilities in Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003.
Security advisory issued yesteday describes DNS vulnerability in Windows server operating systems.
Bugs deteted in Word 2007 have yet to be confirmed by Redmond.
Redmond takes aim at performance and scalability goals in holding back Virtual Server 2005 upgrade.
Patch will fix compilation problems that occur after "massive file changes," such as antivirus time-stamp modifications.
Beefed-up Windows management app from Lieberman Software helps IT administrators better handle password security.
The patches released today aim to avoid Remote Code execution attacks in Windows-based systems.