Net Cease - Hardening Net Session Enumeration

Harden your #network against attackers with #Microsoft script Net Cease #security

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Microsoft has released a PowerShell script called Net Cease that will harden machines against reconnaissance which is a key stage within the Advanced Attackers kill chain. According to details of the release on Microsoft TechNet, “once attackers have breached a single end-point, they need to discover their next targets within the victim’s corporate network, most […]

Mirai “internet of things” malware from Krebs DDoS attack goes open source

Mirai IoT #malware from massive DDoS attack goes open source #security

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A bulletin released by US-CERT explains an issue where IoT (also known as Internet of Things) devices  have recently been used to create large scale botnet attacks. “On September 20, 2016, Brian Krebs’ security blog (krebsonsecurity.com) was targeted by a massive DDoS attack, one of the largest on record, exceeding 620 gigabits per second (Gbps). An […]

Microsoft System Center 2016

#Microsoft announces System Center 2016 and #Windows Server 2016 #business #tech #msignite #cloud

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Microsoft has announced the general availability of System Center 2016. Of note the new platform provides more focus on the cloud, “greater heterogeneity and cloud management with broader support for LAMP stack and VMware, including monitoring resources and services in Azure and Amazon Web Services.” Here’s more from the announcement, “For a full listing of […]

Download apps for business at Microsoft AppSource

Focus your #business on #cloud technologies with #Microsoft AppSource

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Microsoft AppSource is the place to get your new business up and running quickly. It’s also the place to get your existing business focused on cloud based technology. Microsoft AppSource launched in July 2016 and as Ron Huddleston explains that, “as the responsibility for technology investments moves away from IT and into business units, [Microsoft is] seeing […]

Next Big Tech Corridor? Between Seattle and Vancouver, Planners Hope

Leaders in #Vancouver and #Seattle talk about a #tech corridor between the two cities

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There’s plans in the works to create a tech corridor between Seattle and Vancouver. A report from the New York Times found ideas being thrown around for a dedicated lane for self-driving vehicles. “A group of Seattle techies proposed … a dedicated lane for autonomous vehicles on Interstate 5, the highway connecting Seattle to the Canadian border. […]

 
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