By ZDNet Staff
| November 25, 2008 -- 03:12 GMT (19:12 PST)
| Topic: Microsoft
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Support for WEP and TKIP to be removed in future Windows 10 releases.
Systems administrators: You need to know about this Windows 10 1903 patching change
Microsoft is changing how WSUS and Configuration Manager will handle patches as of Windows 10 1903. Here's what admins need to know.
Researcher publishes Windows zero-days for the third day in a row
SandboxEscaper publishes two more Windows zero-days, bringing her total up to eight zero-days in ten months.
Two more Microsoft zero-days uploaded on GitHub
SandboxEscaper has now published seven zero-days in Microsoft products; two more to come.
Microsoft machine-learning breakthrough: Get ready for 'significantly' better AI translators
Global machine-learning competition sees Microsoft beat challengers in translating English to Chinese and a host of European languages.
Windows 7 patch warning: Antivirus clash causing PCs to freeze
Updates for Windows 7 cause startup problems for a second month in a row.
Microsoft to start pushing Windows 10 version 1903 automatic updates within weeks
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Microsoft makes Windows Server 1903 generally available
The Windows Server complement to the Windows 10 May 2019 update, a k a Server 1903, is available for download. Here's what's new.