The next version of Windows 11 will come with improvements to the Microsoft Defender for Endpoint cybersecurity platform that should be better at protecting Windows 11 users from ransomware and other “advanced attacks”

In a blog post, Microsoft announced the upcoming Beta Channel launch comes with a handful of new features and upgrades, including one which, “enhanced Microsoft Defender for Endpoint’s ability to identify and intercept ransomware and advanced attacks.” 

Other fixes and improvements include the ability to compress a file regardless of its size, if Server Message Block (SMB) Compression is configured, as well as improved storage replication that occurs over low bandwidth or congested WANs. Microsoft fixed a handful of issues, as well, including one that causes Windows to display tablet mode features for devices without touchscreens, and one that causes some application windows to have blank sections in the Task View Preview. 

Never pay the ransom

Microsoft’s move is yet another proof of the dangers posed by ransomware threat actors. Over the years, they’ve gotten better at deploying ransomware across organizations, as the work is often split among different groups. Some are with initial compromise, while others with negotiations over the release of the data and the …read more

Source:: TechRadar – All the latest technology news

      


NASA Chooses Spacex To Launch A Self Propelled Space Station To The Moon

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *