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Microsoft plugs 94 exploits for June Patch Tuesday

A month after Microsoft issued updates to protect unsupported Windows systems from the WannaCry ransomware, the company repeats the act to protect these systems from a new threat.

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Should you swap NTFS with ReFS?

Microsoft positions its Resilient File System to replace the venerable NTFS, and it does increase resiliency and storage, but there are caveats that might limit its adoption.

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Pester ensures PowerShell commands stay on target

No one wants to write a PowerShell script only to discover later that it doesn't work as anticipated. Pester provides a testing language to ensure code lives up to expectations.

Clamp down on admin privileges and prevent attacks

Administrative privileges are perhaps the biggest target for attackers. Microsoft's Securing Privileged Access program helps admins and security teams decrease that threat level.

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    Microsoft plugs 94 exploits for June Patch Tuesday

    A month after Microsoft issued updates to protect unsupported Windows systems from the WannaCry ransomware, the company repeats the act to protect these systems from a new threat.

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    Microsoft closes Malware Protection Engine flaw

    Microsoft didn't wait until May Patch Tuesday to issue an update on a critical Malware Protection Engine vulnerability discovered by Google's Project Zero.

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    Microsoft beckons Linux containers onto Windows Server

    Microsoft's project to run Linux containers on Windows bridges a technical divide, but developers who work on the open source operating system may not be swayed so easily.

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