Phishing attacks continue to be a massive problem. Windows 11 22H2 offers built-in protection that helps to detect phishing attacks with 3 individual settings. These settings can be enabled or disabled on an individual basis. Learn more in this article.
Although Windows 11 users already have access to Windows Terminal, Terminal will soon become the default command line experience. In addition to making the command line environment easier to use, this change will open the door for third-party developers to create their own command line hosts. This article discusses why Microsoft is replacing the Command Line Utility and what you can expect in future Windows releases.
An attack vector is a cybersecurity term that describes a method used by a cybercriminal to gain access to your computer or network. These attack vectors allow cybercriminals to exploit your system’s vulnerabilities, cause a data breach, and steal sensitive data. Learn more about the different types of attack vectors and how to protect your devices from them in this article.
Control Objectives for IT (COBIT) is your go-to strategy to improve and optimize your business. In this article, you’ll learn what COBIT is and how you can use it to optimize your IT solution. You’ll also understand COBIT’s principles, why it’s important, and the difference between COBIT 5 and COBIT 2019.
Although the Active Directory tends to be stable and reliable, corruption can happen. This corruption often occurs at a low level that’s imperceptible until it eventually causes problems with object synchronizations. Learn in this article how to use a free tool called IDFix to correct these types of problems.