Microsoft: Xbox event planned for the end of March?

Microsoft: Xbox event planned for the end of March?


According to recent reports, Microsoft is said to be planning to host an Xbox event at the end of the month. According to Windows Central sources, the live stream is scheduled for March 26, 2021. Among other things, fans should get an outlook on the titles for Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One that will appear in stores this year.

What titles it will be is not yet known known. Just this week, Microsoft broadcast a live stream of the Bethesda takeover on the Internet. The announcements included a good deal of supplies for the Xbox Game Pass. Over 20 Bethesda titles have been added to the offer for all subscribers. The current projects of the Xbox Game Studios could also be a topic of the next Xbox event.

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A few days ago, a Microsoft person also indicated that the company has not yet revealed all of the games for the year 2021. So fans can look forward to one or two surprises from the Xbox team in the near future.

Source: Windows Central

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Microsoft Warns of New Threat Against Unpatched Networks

(Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp. has detected and blocked a “new family of ransomware” that was being used against servers that still hadn’t patched vulnerabilities after last week’s major security breach.

The updates it released on Friday are a temporary measure to defend against attacks, which were already occurring in many places, the company said.

The company discovered suspected Chinese state-sponsored hackers were exploiting previously unknown vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s widely used Exchange business email software earlier in March. Even as it issued a patch for those systems, hackers rushed to find companies that had yet to install Microsoft’s fix.

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BitSight Technologies, a Boston-based cybersecurity firm, said that based on internet-wide scans it had done this week nearly one-third of vulnerable Microsoft Exchange customers have yet to patch their systems. Those customers would are now also vulnerable to the new ransomware attacks until those patches are installed.

Read More: Microsoft, SolarWinds Breaches Spark Two-Front War on Hackers

Hackers are using the weaknesses introduced in the original attacks, including secret entry points inserted in victims’ systems, to gain access. Governments have been hounding businesses to install the patches -- the Australian government has issued at least three warnings in nine days -- and Microsoft has warned organizations to take urgent action to forestall damage.

This latest update “means that Microsoft is concerned that people haven’t patched,” said Robert Potter, a cybersecurity expert based in Canberra, Australia. “If you’ve already been hit there’s very little you can do. You better hope your backups work, because you’re not going to get decrypted.”

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