Looking at the news these last couple of days, you’d think the XPocalypse has begun. A vulnerability has been discovered in Internet Explorer 6 through 11 and code has been made publicly available to attack it. Since, according to several websites, this is a critical vulnerability that was discovered after Microsoft officially ended support for … Continue reading "Security Thoughts: The Inconvenient Truth about CVE-2014-1776 (aka “The Windows XP Mega Vulnerability”)"
You may have read my blogpost on the actions admins need to take to continue working with Windows XP in their networking environments. It’s a long list. While many blogs and websites have shared similar information, one action is on everybody’s list: Update Windows XP with the latest updates. So, how easy is it to … Continue reading "Updating Windows XP with all its updates"
It’s not often, that Active Directory Domain Controllers get security updates. The Active Directory Domain Services Server Role is one of the most robustly written code, as I pointed out in an earlier blogpost on Statistics on Active Directory-related Security Bulletins. Since 2001, Microsoft has issued 18 Security Bulletins with patches to address issues in … Continue reading "MS13-032 Vulnerability in Active Directory Could Allow Remote Code Execution (Important)"