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Microsoft clarifies: Azure IoT Central NOT shutting down despite misleading alert. Message sent in error
Microsoft retires Azure IoT Central in 2027, leaving developers scrambling. Existing applications safe until then, but future projects halted.
Microsoft Defender for IoT – EIoT Device License has been delayed until next month as Microsoft cites "unexpected system challenges".
This new feature performs an automated analysis of a binary firmware image running on an IoT device.
The threat actors initiate the attack by attempting to brute force various credentials on misconfigured internet-facing Linux devices.
Windows 10 IoT Core now has full support for BSP i.MX system on a chip platforms from NXP, adding to open source capabilities.
Threat Actors spent much of 2022 trying to enter IoT systems by using a new Miari V3G4 botnet variant to exploit multiple vulnerabilities.
Microsoft Defender for IoT researchers say that Zerobot 1.1 is an evolution of the botnet with new attack capabilities.
Microsoft Defender for IoT provides automatic scanning and security recommendations for businesses using IoT devices.
Symbiote is a new Linux malware that has previously unseen attack properties and is extremely evasive and hard to detect.
Researchers say the popular C standard library uClibc has a significant flaw that allows DNS attacks on potentially millions of devices.
There are five severe vulnerabilities in Azure Defender for IoT that Microsoft has fixed but users need to update to get protection.
Windows 11 IoT Enterprise is now available with support for GUI application. However, this is not the LTSC release, which will stay on Windows 10.
Microsoft has acquired ReFrim Labs and will fold the company’s Binwalk firmware security into Azure Defender for IoT.
A new report details some of the expected major cyber threats in 2021, some of which are already a problem and others that are new.
Microsoft has purchased CyberX, a startup that develops an IoT cybersecurity platform used across several industries.
Microsoft will merge Windows 10 IoT Core and Windows 10 IoT Enterprise in 2021 and has many tools planned for release this year.
Researchers at Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 says 98 percent of IoT devices are unencrypted and could be attacked easily.
Another Microsoft event has fallen victim to the coronavirus outbreak, with an IoT Action event in Melbourne cancelled.
Microsoft has announced Azure Sphere – a hardware and service package for protecting IoT MCUs – is now generally available.