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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).

New Security Advisory Tab Added to the Microsoft Security Update Guide

Thursday, February 15, 2024

Today, we are adding a new Security Advisory tab to the Security Update Guide to meet our customers’ needs for a unified and authoritative source for the latest public information about Microsoft security updates and issues. We are continuously listening to feedback from users of the Security Update Guide. Our goal is to find new and improved ways to help customers manage security risks and keep their systems protected.

Microsoft Bug Bounty Program Year in Review: $13.8M in Rewards

Monday, August 07, 2023

We are thrilled to share the results of our collaboration with over 345 security researchers from +45 countries around the world in the past 12 months. Together, we have discovered and fixed more than a thousand potential security issues before they impacted our customers. In recognition of this valuable collaboration, we have awarded $13.

Guidance on Potential Misconfiguration of Authorization of Multi-Tenant Applications that use Azure AD

Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Summary Microsoft has addressed an authorization misconfiguration for multi-tenant applications that use Azure AD, initially discovered by Wiz, and reported to Microsoft, that impacted a small number of our internal applications. The misconfiguration allowed external parties read and write access to the impacted applications. Microsoft immediately corrected the misconfiguration and added additional authorization checks to address the issue and confirmed that no unintended access had occurred.

New MSRC Blog Site

Wednesday, February 08, 2023

We are excited to announce the release of the new Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) blog site. Please visit starting February 9th, 2023, for all past and future MSRC blog content. In addition to the new URL, we have refreshed the site with a new look and improved site performance, search, categories, and tags to help users easily find content.

A Ride on the Wild Side with Hacking Heavyweight Sick Codes

Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Beverage of Choice: Krating Daeng (Thai Red Bull) Industry Influencer he Admires: Casey John Ellis What did you want to be when you grew up? A physician and nearly did Hobbies (Present & Past): Motorcycling & Australian Football Bucket List: Continuing to discover new software Fun Fact: He currently has 2,000 tabs open

On-Premises Servers Products are Here! Introducing the Applications and On-Premises Servers Bug Bounty Program

Tuesday, April 05, 2022

Microsoft is excited to announce the addition of Exchange on-premises, SharePoint on-premises, and Skype for Business on-premises to the Applications and On-Premises Servers Bounty Program. Through this expanded program, we encourage researchers to discover and report high-impact security vulnerabilities to help protect customers. We offer awards up to $26,000 USD for eligible submissions.

Disclosure of Vulnerability in Azure Automation Managed Identity Tokens

Monday, March 07, 2022

On December 10, 2021, Microsoft mitigated a vulnerability in the Azure Automation service. Azure Automation accounts that used Managed Identitiestokens for authorization and an Azure Sandbox for job runtime and execution were exposed. Microsoft has not detected evidence of misuse of tokens. Microsoft has notified customers with affected Automation accounts. Microsoft recommends following the security best practices herefor the Azure Automation service