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Mark Russinovich
CTO of Microsoft Azure, author of novels Rogue Code, Zero Day and Trojan Horse, Windows Internals, Sysinternals utilities.
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Sysinternals Dec 11
New updates to Sysmon (v10.42), Zoomit (v4.52) and Whois (v1.21) have been released today!
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Ram Shankar Dec 10
📢📢With , released a battle tested taxonomy of how ML systems fail, by attackers or inherent design, for engineers and policy makers Blog: Paper: With 1/
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brendandburns Dec 11
Fully private clusters are now public preview on Kubernetes Service! Managed Kubernetes from Azure with an IP address only available from your private network. Many thanks and congrats to Azure Kubernetes and Networking teams! Awesome work!
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Tom Keane Dec 11
Today, announced plans to establish a region in to deliver its services & expand infrastructure to 55 cloud regions in 20 countries, marking a key milestone to empower our customers, partners & communities
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Maartje Eyskens Dec 11
They really have to tell you about Sysinternals’ ZoomIt the day you get the job as teacher… It makes my job so much easier 😄 why didn’t I remember this existed before 🤦
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Dapr Dec 10
Excited to announce the Dapr Dashboard! This enables you to view and manage your dapr apps on Kubernetes or locally. Contributions and ideas welcome. You can find the repo here:
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Dapr Dec 10
Listen to talk about Dapr in Episode 66 of Azure DevOps podcast
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Microsoft Mechanics Dec 9
, , OAM – The next-gen app development & deployment. Presented by @markrussinovichand filmed at . Click link to watch:
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Dapr Dec 5
We are excited to announce the v0.3.0 release of Dapr! The release notes are here and detail upgrading and what's new. Smaller number of fixes/features, but we want to keep the releases coming frequently.
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SwiftOnSecurity Dec 4
Replying to @SwiftOnSecurity
I built my first Sysmon configuration and deployed it to a company in 2014, for Helpdesk reasons. It’s like supercharged troubleshooting. You don’t even need to care about security. I run this configuration on my gaming PC.
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SwiftOnSecurity Dec 4
Replying to @MITREattack
More on how using Sysmon on agents instead of just event logs DNS server logging can bring massive fidelity improvements, and it adds the program that asked for the DNS request! Which you can't get with network logs.
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SwiftOnSecurity Dec 4
Today I'm releasing an updated version of Sysmon-Config which adds DNS logging with extensively researched and tested exclusions that massively reduce the event load generated. There's nothing else like this on the market.
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Microsoft Developer Dec 3
, , | Mark Russinovich presents next gen app development & deployment ()
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Mark Russinovich Dec 3
Excited to be keynoting at on OSS security:
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Mark Russinovich Nov 27
Replying to @D_Keating
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Mark Russinovich Nov 26
Process Monitor
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Mark Russinovich Nov 26
Replying to @ncweaver
They don’t necessarily have wires for IOT and edge solutions.
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Mark Russinovich Nov 26
Azure customers will be among the first to take advantage of 5G at the edge because of our partnership with AT&T:
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Dapr Nov 25
Join us tomorrow 26th Nov at 10am PST for the 3rd community call The agenda is here which always has time for plenty of Q&A
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Mark Russinovich Nov 21
Want to see exactly what updates we're making to Azure services? Check out this cool site that let's you easily see all of them:
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