2.5 Admins 201: CVEs everywhere

Vulnerabilities in Asus hardware make us think there should be some regulations about what can be sold as a router, a VPN feature that we hadn’t heard of is removed from Windows, and why we don’t believe that Microsoft will ever take security as seriously as they claim.



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High-severity vulnerabilities affect a wide range of Asus router models

Dear Asus router user: You’ve been pwned, thanks to easily exploited flaw

Microsoft to remove DirectAccess from Windows, recommends switching to Always On VPN

Microsoft fixes hack-me-via-Wi-Fi Windows security hole


Microsoft in damage-control mode, says it will prioritize security over AI

Pluralistic: Microsoft pinky swears that THIS TIME they’ll make security a priority








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