Support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 is ending in less than two months. Microsoft is recommending upgrading to Exchange Server 2019 or migrating to the managed Exchanged Online.
Windows 11 build 26058 adds widget improvements and more
windows 11 insider preview promo
Windows 11 26063 build adds Wi-Fi 7 support and more
windows 11 insider preview promo
Stellar week ahead: Weather sats, crew launch, and more!
The U.S. Justice Department is still divided on whether to pursue charges against the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance. Prosecutors are looking to see if it laundered money and more.
Kraken has announced it's cutting 30% of staff as it tries to endure the crypto winter. Just like non-crypto companies, Kraken is having to make tough decisions due to macroeconomic conditions.
BlockFi has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy just weeks after halting withdrawals. Customers with assets on the platform should be able to file claims during the process to retrieve some assets.
FTX has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and Sam Bankman-Fried has stepped down as CEO. The firm will now try to monetize its assets to pay back stakeholders, including those who lost their assets.
Binance has backed out of a non-binding deal to provide FTX with liquidity. The decision came after the SEC said it was going to be investigating FTX to see whether it broke any rules.
Microsoft has issued an advisory about two 0-day vulnerabilities affecting on-premises installations of Exchange Server. Unfortunately, no fix is available yet but there are a couple of mitigations.
FTX is offering to help Voyager customers get a portion of their assets back if they sign up on FTX. The liquidity offer has not yet been taken up by Voyager and will be optional for users.
In order to resume processing of mail, sysadmins are disabling malware scanning on their exchange servers, leaving their users, and possibly the servers themselves, vulnerable to attack.
Microsoft is making Trusted Documents more secure by making sure they block Active Content like macros, ActiveX, and DDE after the IT admin's choice to block it, instead of the end-users' choice.
Colonial Pipeline may have been using an outdated version of Microsoft Exchange when it was targeted by a ransomware attack last week. Pipeline operators were warned about potential attacks in 2020
Microsoft has rolled out new customization options for Reply-all Storm Protection, which is used to detect and restrict email storms in organizations. The feature will be available to all by mid-June.
Microsoft has published a detailed advisory, recommending customers to keep their Exchange Server instances updated at all times and to plan maintenance windows to apply security patches.
Microsoft has released a new set of security updates for numerous Exchange Server versions following the discovery of certain security flaws. Exchange Online once again contains protections already.
Microsoft has announced that based on the telemetry data it has been observing from 400,000 on-premises Exchange Server IPs, 92% have applied patches to mitigate the ongoing security vulnerabilities.
Microsoft has enabled Defender Antivirus to automatically mitigate a recent vulnerability in on-premises Exchange server instances. This acts only as a temporary workaround to break the attack chain.
Microsoft has published another advisory regarding ongoing Exchange server attacks, stating that it is pushing emergency updates to patch vulnerabilities in certain out-of-support software as well.
The week brought us Ignite news, Exchange on-prem vulnerability news, and even some expected Insider build news. Make sure to catch up with everything that happened via our handy overview.
Microsoft has revealed that on-premises Exchange servers are under attack from a state-sponsored group operating from China and utilizing 0-day exploits. Exchange Online is safe from the threat.
Microsoft has announced that it will enforce throttling for Exchange mailboxes which receive over 3,600 messages per hour. This threshold was previously treated as a "soft limit" by the company.
The cryptocurrency company, Blockchain, has announced a new exchange called The PIT which it claims is fast, reliable, and liquid. It hopes the platform will allow traders to be more efficient.
Slowly, but surely, Microsoft is bringing its Fluent Design-based icons to all of its apps and services. Microsoft is the latest to introduce the new look, bringing it in line with the Office apps.
The Bitpoint exhange in Japan has suspended its services, following a security breach in which $32m in digital currencies got stolen. Most of the funds that are lost belong to customers.
Kraken crypto exchange CEO, Jesse Powell, has stated that he believes that the cryptocurrencies will achieve a valuation of $1 trillion this year. In January, bitcoin lost more than half its value.
Coinbase has announced that it is in the final phase of testing SegWit, before it deploys the technology on its network in the coming weeks. Coinbase has been unpopular for delivering SegWit slowly.
Coincheck, a Japanese cryptocurrency exchange, has announced that it will refund users which had their NEM cryptocurrency stolen. The company will have to pay users back around $400 million.
The world's largest futures trading exchange, the CME, has begun offering bitcoin futures as it had previously announced back at the beginning of the month. The launch could boost bitcoin's price.
The much-anticipated Bitcoin future contracts have gone live this weekend, with prices for the cryptocurrency seeing significant jumps, hitting around $19,090 per coin in February 2018.
After an agreement on technical rules that should guide Bitcoin's future could not be reached, a group has now created 'Bitcoin Cash', a new fork that addresses some issues Bitcoin has faced lately.
Corporate social network Yammer has added the option to create groups with users from several companies at once. The new feature will support easier collaboration between various corporations.
Microsoft has now made Exchange Server 2016 available to users, providing a more robust email infrastructure and better integration with other Office products.
Microsoft has rolled out its first preview of Exchange Server 2016, bringing a huge range of improvements, including better performance and reliability, and big changes for the Outlook Web App.
Microsoft has posted up on their Office blog that the company blocks 10 million spam message per minute but as the spam evolves, so too are the tactics to block the unwanted email.
Earlier this week, Microsoft's Office 365 service experienced a rather significant disruption that affected Lync Online and Exchange Online. Now, the company is explaining what has happened.
eBay CEO John Donahoe has suggested that the growing digital crypto-currency Bitcoin could be offered as a new currency option for PayPal balances in the foreseeable future.
Last month, popular Bitcoin exchange MtGOX closed its doors and shut down its site. Their website is now back up, but at current it only allows users to check their balance.
After a long string of Bitcoin withdrawal issues compounded with recent allegations of insider trading, Bitcoin exchange MtGOX looks to be shutting down their operations.
Apple have released an update to Mountain Lion, its desktop OS, in the form of OS X 10.8.4. The update includes Wi-Fi improvements, better compatibility with Microsoft Exchange.
Currently some users are experiencing issues with accessing Hotmail and Outlook.com on mobile devices, as issues with Exchange ActiveSync have persisted for several days without a fix
Microsoft has announced that Exchange Server 2013 has reached general availability. You can download the platform from TechNet today or head over to Office 365 to take advanatge of the tool.