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Summary In December 2016, FortiGuard Labs discovered and reported a WINS Server remote memory corruption vulnerability in Microsoft Windows Server. In June of 2017, Microsoft replied to FortiGuard Labs, saying, "a fix would require a complete overhaul of the code to be considered comprehensive. The functionality provided by WINS was replaced by DNS and Microsoft has advised customers to migrate away from it." That is, Microsoft will not be patching this vulnerability due to the amount of work that would be required. Instead, Microsoft... [Read More]
by RSS Honggang Ren  |  Jun 14, 2017  |  Filed in: Security Research
I've kept more than my share of legacy systems alive over the years. Sometimes they've running applications that aren't compatible with newer operating systems. More often, there simply isn't the time or money to deal with an upgrade. But with the end of support for Microsoft Server 2003 coming and going this week, I can't help but wonder at the sheer number of businesses still running the OS or what appears to be a general sense of apathy over its end of life.     As Fahmida Rashid over at PCMag put it, "...Windows... [Read More]
by RSS Chris Dawson  |  Jul 17, 2015  |  Filed in: Industry Trends