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Posts Tagged ‘Windows Server’

Microsoft strikes SQL Injection

Microsoft pushed a new pack into the frontlines to counter SQL injection attacks. This pack is freeware, and will be helping software development professionals and Web administrators in the fight agains the constant SQL injection media headlines. Microsoft published a Security Advisory providing information on ways in which they can mitigate and prevent and a Web site scanner called HP Scrawlr, was developed by Hewlett-Packard’s Web Security Research Group in conjunction with Microsoft.  As you might have seen, there was a spate of such attacks in late April and it caused quite a few headaches for administrators. Remember that SQL injection […]

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Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 beta

Yesterday, the Windows Home Server team guys, just made available a Release Candidate of Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 (Build 1771). It is now available for public download thru Microsoft Connect. Among other fixes and enhancements, this release targets the widely famous data corruption bug, wich proved to be much more of a pain than what they initially estimated. Some of the new features are: Support for PCs running Windows Vista x64 editions Backup of home server Shared Folders Easier, enhanced remote access capabilities Better energy efficiency Improved performance Chinese and Japanese versionsThe ball is now on the beta tester’s side. An […]

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