Azure Active Directory, Microsoft’s access management service, awent down Monday afternoon that locked users out of their accounts.
Zerologon, as researchers have dubbed the vulnerability, allows malicious hackers to instantly gain unauthorized control of the Active Directory. An Active Directory stores data relating to users and computers that are authorized to use email, file sharing, and other sensitive services inside large organizations.
According to reports, Microsoft is abandoning development of Microsoft Edge and instead focusing on a new Chromium-based browser under the codename Anaheim.
The Windows 95 app is the latest way to enjoy Microsoft’s earlier operating systems, such as the Internet Archives recent efforts to bring back Windows 3.1 run through an emulator in the browser.
Microsoft patched 46 separate vulnerabilities — the majority of which were the highest “critical” rating.