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How to Mitigate Microsoft Windows Zero-Days Exploiting Enterprises & Giving Attackers Control

 

On top of the RDP vulnerability out there, additional Microsoft Windows zero-days are out there, which can exploit enterprises and give attackers full system control. The RDP vulnerability had the potential to be used in a WannaCry like worm. 

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DNS Capabilities in Windows Server 2016: DNS Firewall and more

Click here to read Senior Program Manager for Microsoft Dynamics, SDN, & DNS, Kumar Ashutosh’s technical summary of the DNS Capabilities available in Windows Server 2016 including DNS Policies, Response Rate Limiting (RRL), DANE Support, Unknown Record Types, IPv6 root hints, DNS Server on Nano and ThreatSTOP’s partnership to provide DNS Firewall security to block malicious domain access.

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ThreatSTOP Protects Workloads in Microsoft Azure with New Cloud-based DNS Firewall

DNS Firewall continuously blocks threats and prevents data theft for cloud workloads

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See us at Ignite!

Microsoft just released the agenda for Microsoft Ignite, and ThreatSTOP is thrilled to announce our Founder and CEO, Tom Byrnes, will be speaking at the conference.

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Nitol Takedown: How ThreatSTOP can help identify affected machines.

There's a lot of noise out there about "Nitol" and the takedown. What, exactly, does that mean to you?

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ThreatSTOP blocks new Microsoft Ransomware

This morning I saw various reports of a new type of Ransomware, masquerading as a fake Microsoft warning that your copy of windows is invalid. I had a quick check and was unsurprised to note that ThreatSTOP subscribers were already protected.

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