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Everything you need to know about EternalBlue – the NSA exploit linked to Petya - Wired.co.uk

Tens of thousands of computers have been hit by two major ransomware attacks in recent months — WannaCry, which took down large parts of the NHS, and Petya/NonPetya, a suspected worm that's still wreaking havoc across the globe. What is ...and more »

Microsoft Unveils PC Provisioning Service for Windows 10 - Redmond Channel Partner

Microsoft last week took the wraps off the Windows AutoPilot service, which is designed to help end users easily provision new Windows 10 PCs. The service lets end users receive new Windows 10 PCs directly from OEM. They turn it on and the provisioning ...and more »

5 best malware tracker maps to see security attacks happen in real-time - Windows Report

The Internet used to be a safe place when it was first launched. Fast forward 30 years later to present day, the situation has dramatically changed. To put is plain and simple: malware is everywhere. Antivirus and antimalware solutions are now ...and more »

Microsoft 'Autopilot' Management Tools to Debut in Fall Creators Update - ExtremeTech

Microsoft has evidently decided to deploy a new strategy for talking about its Fall Creators Update. Instead of revealing all of its information in one go, we're seeing data trickle out in blog posts and direct communication. The company unveiled a new ...and more »

Microsoft Puts Windows PC Deployments on AutoPilot - eWeek

Microsoft wants to make the often-laborious task of fully configuring and deploying Windows PCs for business users a thing of the past for businesses. The Redmond, Wash. software giant announced a new set of features called Windows AutoPilot, currently ...and more »

Government asks Microsoft for discount on Windows OS - The Hindu

The government has asked global software giant Microsoft to offer a “one-time special” discount to its users in India so that they can move to the latest operating system (OS) and stay protected against malware and ransomware attacks. “We have asked ...and more »

Windows AutoPilot Service Promises 'Zero-Touch' PC Provisioning - Redmondmag.com

Microsoft announced a new Windows AutoPilot service this week that promises to ease the provisioning of new PCs for end users. The service lets end users receive new Windows 10 PCs directly from the computer manufacturer, or OEM. They turn it on and ...and more »

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to Feature Built-in Ransomware Protection - eWeek

In light of recent ransomware outbreaks, concerned IT executives may welcome Microsoft's decision to provide an early look at some of the advanced security features included in the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators update. Build 16232 of Windows 10 is ...and more »

After Ransomware Attack, Windows XP Is Not Back From the Dead - New York Times

Q. With the recent ransomware attacks, I was wondering if Microsoft will once again have security updates for Windows XP. There are millions of people who are still using XP, and it is one way hackers can use to infect newer computers, especially if XP ...and more »

5 reasons why you still need an antivirus for your Windows 10 PC - Windows Report

The term 'antivirus' has become so ingrained in tech culture, that almost everyone is familiar with its meaning. Chances are you have a PC running Windows 10, and you're wondering if you still need one. After all, Windows 10 is the most advanced and ...and more »