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Microsoft: Windows 10 2004 reaches end of service next month

Bleeping Computer

Microsoft has reminded users today that all editions of Windows 10, version 2004 and Windows Server, version 2004 (also known as the Windows 10 May 2020 Update), will reach end of servicing on December 14, 2021. [.].

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On the 20th Safer Internet Day, what was security like back in 2004?

Malwarebytes

Since 2004, there's been an annual event designed to "Promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially amongst children and young people across the world." 2004 was a key year for several safety activities, encompassing both Safer Internet Day and the Safer Internet Forum. Help required.

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Microsoft starts autoupdating Windows 10 2004 to Windows 10 21H1

Bleeping Computer

Microsoft has started training their machine learning algorithms by automatically updating Windows 10 2004 devices to the recently released Windows 10 21H1, the May 2021 feature update. [.].

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Microsoft: Windows 10 2004 reaches end of service in December

Bleeping Computer

Microsoft has reminded customers today that Windows 10 2004 (all editions) and Windows Server 2004 (Datacenter, Standard editions) will reach the end of servicing on December 14, 2021. [.].

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Windows 10 2004 now in broad deployment, available to everyone

Bleeping Computer

Microsoft has announced that Windows 10, version 2004 has now been added to the broad deployment channel and will be available to everyone via Windows Update. [.].

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Author Q&A: Former privacy officer urges leaders to prioritize security as part of cloud migration

Security Boulevard

Cyber threats have steadily intensified each year since I began writing about privacy and cybersecurity for USA TODAY in 2004.

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Security Vulnerabilities in Covert CIA Websites

Schneier on Security

The bulk of the websites that we discovered were active at various periods between 2004 and 2013. In addition, blocks of sequential IP addresses registered to apparently fictitious US companies were used to host some of the websites. All of these flaws would have facilitated discovery by hostile parties. […].

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