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Office 365 Now Warns of Fraudulent Senders Emails

A new Office 365 feature, known as’ Unchecked Sender,’ is currently being developed by Microsoft, to help users identify possible spam or phishing messages reaching Outlook client inbox. “Unverified sender is a new Office 365 function that allows end users in their inbox to recognise suspicious messages,” the company says on the entry of the…

How to Manually Patch Windows 10 Drivers

Drivers require Windows to work with hardware components such as the graphics card, memory card, storage, camera and other main operating system-recognized components. Outdated Windows 10 drivers that cause peripheral quality and stability problems after certain Windows updates have been applied. Updating drivers could also improve the overall system performance, solve Wi-Fi connectivity problems and…

Users Unable to Login Microsoft 365 Authentication Outage

Microsoft 365 has a Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) failure that, according to user reports, blocks users access to multiple of Microsoft 365 services, such as Office 365 and Azure. “Users may not receive authentication requests through their authenticator application, SMS or telephone calls,” said Microsoft on the health status page of the Microsoft 365 Program. “If…

Create Windows Sandbox Custom Settings in Windows 10

Windows 10 May 2019 Update (1903 version) included a new feature called the Windows Sandbox that allows programs to be run safely isolated from the rest of the operating system. Once you open the Windows Sandbox, it will fire a separate, isolated lightweight desktop environment, removed from your Windows installation and will permanently delete all…

Windows 10 1703 is Now End of Operation, No More Security Updates

Windows 10 version 1703 is now out of service and will not provide any future security or reliability updates. Creators Update is also called Creators Update. When a Windows version is out of operation, Microsoft will no longer patch bugs in the software or release security updates to address new vulnerabilities. By 8 October 2019…

Windows 10 Stack Updates Set Safe Boot Problems

Microsoft released October’s service stack reliability enhancements, which allows users to download and install Windows updates, for all versions of Windows 10. Microsoft says these Critical Service Stack Updates fix “a problem that does not extend the Secure Boot Revocation List (DBX) where the Secure Boot Revocation List is empty,” and “improves the Secure Boot…