The number of vulnerabilities in Microsoft products increased last year, with a total of 700 flaws found, a study by privileged identity management and vulnerability management product manufacturer Beyond Trust says, adding that 81% of these could have been kept in check by not giving users blanket administrator rights.
Removing administrator rights would mitigate 80% of the critical vulnerabilities found in Microsoft products in 2017, the security firm Avecto claims.
Red Hat and Microsoft have expanded an alliance which was first announced about two years ago, with plans to help organisations more easily adopt the use of containers.
That's a shame they decided to decommission such a cool distro. Any decent CentOS8 forks yet?
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