Tag: Windows Server


Feds issue emergency order for agencies to patch critical Windows flaw

September 22, 2020

Via: ArsTechnica

The US Department of Homeland Security is giving federal agencies until midnight on Tuesday to patch a critical Windows vulnerability that can make it easy for attackers to become all-powerful administrators with free rein to create accounts, infect an entire […]

Hardware & Software, Tech

Windows Server to copy Windows 10, get twice-yearly feature updates

June 16, 2017

Via: ArsTechnica

The way Microsoft updates Windows Server 2016 is going to get a bit of a shake-up as Microsoft continues to unify its Windows development and deliver new features on a regular basis. Just as is already the case with Windows […]


Old Windows Server machines can still fend off hacks. Here’s how

April 26, 2017

Via: CIO

If you’re running a Windows Server 2003 machine, you have a problem. Your already-vulnerable computer is now at severe risk of being hacked. That’s due to the internet release earlier this month of a batch of updates that paint a […]


Windows Server 2016 moving to per core, not per socket, licensing

December 4, 2015

Via: ArsTechnica

Windows Server 2016, not likely to arrive until the second half of next year, is going to shake up the way Microsoft licenses its server operating system, moving away from per socket licensing to per core. The change was first […]