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Official Statements Description of the security update for Microsoft Exchange Server 2019, 2016, and 2013: March 2, 2021 (KB5000871) Joint Cybersecurity Advisory Compromise of Microsoft Exchange Server CISA Strongly Urges All Organizations to Immediately Address Microsoft Exchange Vulnerabilities | CISA Microsoft Exchange Server Vulnerabilities Mitigations – updated March 9, 2021 – Microsoft Security Response Center Multiple Security Updates Released for Exchange Server – updated March 12, 2021 – Microsoft Security Response Center “Patching and mitigation is not remediation if the servers have already been compromised.
Read more →There is usually a lot of hype surrounding Apple announcements. The recent report of Apple starting to build Macs with their own ARM-based silicon is no exception. But, there’s some meat to this hype; let me explain.
It wasn’t long ago that my iPhone 8 Plus with its A11 Bionic chip could leave my MacBook Air I was using as a daily driver in the dust. The ARM-based phone you’re carrying around (Apple or otherwise) probably has more computing power than the entire Apollo space program.
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