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Announcing the CVRF API 3.0 upgrade

Thursday, July 11, 2024

At the Microsoft Security Response Center, we are committed to continuously improving the security and performance of our services to meet the evolving needs of our customers. We are excited to announce the rollout of the latest version of our Common Vulnerability Reporting (CVRF) API. This update brings improvements in both security and performance, without requiring any changes to your existing invocation methods.

Toward greater transparency: Unveiling Cloud Service CVEs

Thursday, June 27, 2024

Welcome to the second installment in our series on transparency at the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC). In this ongoing discussion, we discuss our commitment to provide comprehensive vulnerability information to our customers. At MSRC, our mission is to protect our customers, communities, and Microsoft, from current and emerging threats to security and privacy.

Mitigating SSRF Vulnerabilities Impacting Azure Machine Learning

Monday, June 17, 2024

Summary On May 9, 2024, Microsoft successfully addressed multiple vulnerabilities within the Azure Machine Learning (AML) service, which were initially discovered by security research firms Wiz and Tenable. These vulnerabilities, which included Server-Side Request Forgeries (SSRF) and a path traversal vulnerability, posed potential risks for information exposure and service disruption via Denial-of-Service (DOS).