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  • You have asked in the wrong forum. This forum is for questions and discussions about the TechNet Wiki. I will try to find a more appropriate forum and move this question.

    Richard Mueller - MVP Enterprise Mobility (Identity and Access)

    Thursday, September 29, 2016 2:07 PM
  • Hi Wadï Mami,

    Thank you for your sharing. A security hole, also generally referred to as a computer vulnerability, is a flaw or susceptibility in a system that can be exploited. If discovered, security holes are gateways for hackers to install malicious software and possibly initiate a zero day attack if not discovered and patched by the vendor.

    Security holes can be found in all software and in order to plug these holes, software developers issue security updates, also known as “fixes” or “patches,” in order to immediately repair the problem. Unfortunately, cybercriminals can also reverse engineer these patches to discover what the vulnerability of the system was and create exploits from the intended solution. In order to keep security holes to a minimum on your own system, it is a good idea to keep all of your software up to date either by clicking the “check for updates” button or setting your software to automatically check for updates regularly, if available.

    Thank you for your feedback of our product. I will forward this information to the appropriate department through our internal channel. Both the Microsoft Product Team and Development Team take into consideration all suggestions and feedback for future releases.

    Best regards,

    Carl Fan


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    Friday, September 30, 2016 2:07 AM
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