Category Archive: Microsoft

Change Remote Desktop (RDP) Port in Windows 10
  • 2
    May

Change Remote Desktop (RDP) Port in Windows 10

RDP stands for Remote Desktop Connection. It is a special network protocol which allows a user to establish a connection between two computers and access the Desktop of a remote host. It is used by Remote Desktop Connection. The local...

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Windows Server 2019 announced, coming in second half of 2018
  • 20
    Mar

Windows Server 2019 announced, coming in second half of 2018

Windows Server 2019 will launch later this year and it's now available in preview, Microsoft announced today. Windows Server 2019 will be the next major release for long-term servicing channel (LTSC), building off of Windows Server 2016 with a specific focus...

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Bad Rabbit Ransomware starts hitting corporate networks
  • 22
    Nov

Bad Rabbit Ransomware starts hitting corporate networks

If you were lucky to escape ransomware infection from WannaCry or Petya this year, there is one more threat to deal now. In the last couple of days or so, a new ransomware has emerged called by the name “Bad...

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How to run blazingly fast WordPress on Microsoft Azure
  • 18
    Sep

How to run blazingly fast WordPress on Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure is the next big thing in cloud computing. Azure is basically a cloud computing service provided by Microsoft that can be used to build, deploy and manage applications through a network of Microsoft-owned datacentres. It is basically a...

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What is Domain Hijacking and how to recover a stolen domain name
  • 29
    Aug

What is Domain Hijacking and how to recover a stolen domain name

Do you run or maintain a website? If so, you must have heard the term – Domain Hijacking. With competition taking over the market these days, protecting your businesses identity is a must. And domains are one of the most...

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What’s the difference between WannaCry and Petya ransomware?
  • 5
    Jul

What’s the difference between WannaCry and Petya ransomware?

If you’ve been off the grid for some time and somehow managed to skip on all the fuzz about WannaCry and Petya ransomware, we prepared a brief explanation about the subject and enlisted the main differences between Petya (sometimes called...

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Vaccine, not Killswitch, Found for Petya (NotPetya) Ransomware Outbreak
  • 28
    Jun

Vaccine, not Killswitch, Found for Petya (NotPetya) Ransomware Outbreak

Cybereason security researcher Amit Serper has found a way to prevent the Petya (NotPetya/SortaPetya/Petna) ransomware from infecting computers. The ransomware has been wreaking havoc across the globe today, locking hard drive MFT and MBR sections and preventing computers from booting....

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WatchGuard Firebox with Total Security Suite Blocks WannaCry – Are your End-users Protected?
  • 18
    May

WatchGuard Firebox with Total Security Suite Blocks WannaCry – Are your End-users Protected?

WannaCry ransomware is the latest advanced threat to take unprotected organizations around the globe hostage. The good news? WatchGuard Total Security Suite successfully blocks this threat, protecting customers from losing data, time, and their reputation. It is our goal that...

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Australian Department of Human Services achieves full Windows 10 deployment
  • 16
    Mar

Australian Department of Human Services achieves full Windows 10 deployment

More of Australian citizens can now get a faster and more personal access to Windows 10 services. Microsoft Consulting Services and Windows team together with Australia’s Department of Human Services recently achieved full Windows 10 deployment for its 35,000 employees...

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How to reset all Local Group Policy settings on Windows 10
  • 16
    Jan

How to reset all Local Group Policy settings on Windows 10

Do you want to revert your changes to Local Group Policy? In this guide, we'll show you how to reset all those Group Policy objects to their default settings. Windows is not only known for being a powerful operating system...

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