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Mammoth March Patch Tuesday lands on Windows admins

For the second month in a row, Microsoft doled out a hefty batch of fixes for its products on March Patch Tuesday, resolving 115 unique vulnerabilities that center mostly around the Windows OS and its various web browser applications.

This month’s slate of fixes eclipsed the 99 vulnerabilities Microsoft addressed last month. All told, March Patch Tuesday corrected 26 critical vulnerabilities and 88 bugs rated important. Affected products include Windows, both the HTML-based and Chromium-based Edge browsers, the ChakraCore JavaScript engine, Internet Explorer, Exchange Server, Microsoft Office, Azure DevOps and Azure, Windows Defender, Visual Studio, Microsoft Dynamics and open source projects.

Despite the sheer number of flaws to address, administrators do not have to worry about any zero-day exploits or public disclosures this month. The other good news is most of the bugs are clustered in the Windows and browser products. Of the 115 vulnerabilities, 18 are in the browser and 79 are in the Windows OS.

Now that Microsoft packages its patches in a single monthly rollup rather than individual updates, administrators now have a simpler “all or nothing” choice with patch deployment. In the previous servicing model, which Microsoft ended in late 2016, administrators had the flexibility to choose which patches to apply to different systems. 

“The cumulative model plugs those gaps effectively, so that’s the positive. There are fewer holes in the average environment because one thing people overlook is most of the exploits that are happening are in software that’s months, if not years old,” said Chris Goettl, director of product management and security at Ivanti, a security and IT management vendor based in South Jordan, Utah. 

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The monthly rollup contains fixes for security flaws, corrections for web browsers and quality updates. Each monthly rollup supersedes the previous month. The downside to the cumulative model is a faulty patch can disable a system, which makes administrators more likely to hold off on deployment until they can do a thorough test.

“Microsoft’s cumulative model makes it more of an all-or-nothing, especially for the OS. It does force people to update it. The challenge comes into play in those cases where companies have more sensitive environments to patching where they let time be more of an element,” Goettl said. 

Microsoft Outlook preview pane could be a threat launchpad

Aside from the browser and OS vulnerabilities, administrators will want to focus on a critical remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2020-0852) in Microsoft Word which uses the Microsoft Outlook preview pane as the attack vector, Goettl said. In one scenario, an attacker could send a specially crafted document in an email to a user who, if they view the file in the Outlook preview pane, would run code at the security level of that user. 

“That [vulnerability is] a piece of low-hanging fruit for a threat actor if they can exploit the preview pane. That makes their job a lot easier,” Goettl said. 

Administrators will also want to look at a moderate information disclosure vulnerability (CVE-2020-0765) in the Remote Desktop Connection Manager. There are no fixes for this bug because Microsoft no longer develops this application. Microsoft recommends users switch to a supported Microsoft Remote Desktop client version. 

In addition to the March Patch Tuesday updates, administrators should be aware that most of the supported Windows OSes on the client and server side have a servicing stack update. Microsoft does not include these with the monthly rollups and recommends installing servicing stack updates before applying the latest cumulative update.  

Vulnerability from February rears its head

Administrators of organizations that use on-premises Exchange Server for email and have a lengthy test and deploy for patching might want to pick up the pace if they haven’t installed February’s security updates for the messaging product. Microsoft fixed a remote-code execution bug (CVE-2020-0688) in Exchange Server in its February Patch Tuesday releases, but companies that lag in their patching efforts could find themselves in trouble if a persistent hacker finds a way to get inside their systems to launch an exploit.  

On Feb. 25, Simon Zuckerbraun, a security researcher at Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative, posted a blog that offered deeper insights into how the vulnerability worked with an accompanying video that demonstrated how to trigger the exploit. 

“Microsoft rated this as Important in severity, likely because an attacker must first authenticate. It should be noted, however, that within an enterprise, most any user would be allowed to authenticate to the Exchange server,” wrote Zuckerbraun. “Similarly, any outside attacker who compromised the device or credentials of any enterprise user would be able to proceed to take over the Exchange server. Having accomplished this, an attacker would be positioned to divulge or falsify corporate email communications at will.”

The same day, another security researcher, Kevin Beaumont — who recently joined Microsoft to work on its Microsoft Threat Protection product — tweeted about Zuckerbraun’s blog and posted updates showing an uptick in threat actors scanning for susceptible internet-facing Exchange servers. 

This caught has caught the attention of the U.S. government. Not only did the National Security Agency issue a warning from its Twitter account on March 6 but the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) reinforced the importance of patching in a bulletin released on March Patch Tuesday.

“Although Microsoft disclosed the vulnerability and provided software patches for the various affected products in February 2020, advanced persistent threat actors are targeting unpatched servers, according to recent open source reports,” wrote the CISA. 

This type of vulnerability and the groundswell of attention it picked up online shows administrators not only need to be technical experts but also social media savants to pick up what’s trending online to steer their patching priorities.

“Knowing things like what’s actively being exploited and keeping more continuous cycle around evaluating and resolving vulnerabilities is definitely more important nowadays,” Goettl said.

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How to Use Failover Clusters with 3rd Party Replication

In this second post, we will review the different types of replication options and give you guidance on what you need to ask your storage vendor if you are considering a third-party storage replication solution.

If you want to set up a resilient disaster recovery (DR) solution for Windows Server and Hyper-V, you’ll need to understand how to configure a multi-site cluster as this also provides you with local high-availability. In the first post in this series, you learned about the best practices for planning the location, node count, quorum configuration and hardware setup. The next critical decision you have to make is how to maintain identical copies of your data at both sites, so that the same information is available to your applications, VMs, and users.

Multi-Site Cluster Storage Planning

All Windows Server Failover Clusters require some type of shared storage to allow an application to run on any host and access the same data. Multi-site clusters behave the same way, but they require multiple independent storage arrays at each site, with the data replicated between them. The data for the clustered application or virtual machine (VM) on each site should use its own local storage array, or it could have significant latency if each disk IO operation had to go to the other location.

If you are running Hyper-V VMs on your multi-site cluster, you may wish to use Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV) disks. This type of clustered storage configuration is optimized for Hyper-V and allows multiple virtual hard disks (VHDs) to reside on the same disk while allowing the VMs to run on different nodes. The challenge when using CSV in a multi-site cluster is that the VMs must make sure that they are always writing to their disk in their site, and not the replicated copy. Most storage providers offer CSV-aware solutions, and you must make sure that they explicitly support multi-site clustering scenarios. Often the vendors will force writes at the primary site by making the CSV disk at the second site read-only, to ensure that the correct disks are always being used.

Understanding Synchronous and Asynchronous Replication

As you progress in planning your multi-site cluster you will have to select how your data is copied between sites, either synchronously or asynchronously. With asynchronous replication, the application will write to the clustered disk at the primary site, then at regular intervals, the changes will be copied to the disk at the secondary site. This usually happens every few minutes or hours, but if a site fails between replication cycles, then any data from the primary site which has not yet been copied to the secondary site will be lost. This is the recommended configuration for applications that can sustain some amount of data loss, and this generally does not impose any restrictions on the distance between sites. The following image shows the asynchronous replication cycle.

Asynchronous Replication in a Multi-Site Cluster

Asynchronous Replication in a Multi-Site Cluster

With synchronous replication, whenever a disk write command occurs on the primary site, it is then copied to the secondary site, and an acknowledgment is returned to both the primary and secondary storage arrays before that write is committed. Synchronous replication ensures consistency between both sites and avoids data loss in the event that there is a crash between a replication cycle. The challenge of writing to two sets of disks in different locations is that the physical distance between sites must be close or it can affect the performance of the application. Even with a high-bandwidth and low-latency connection, synchronous replication is usually recommended only for critical applications that cannot sustain any data loss, and this should be considered with the location of your secondary site.  The following image shows the asynchronous replication cycle.

Synchronous Replication in a Multi-Site Cluster

Synchronous Replication in a Multi-Site Cluster

As you continue to evaluate different storage vendors, you may also want to assess the granularity of their replication solution. Most of the traditional storage vendors will replicate data at the block-level, which means that they track specific segments of data on the disk which have changed since the last replication. This is usually fast and works well with larger files (like virtual hard disks or databases), as only blocks that have changed need to be copied to the secondary site. Some examples of integrated block-level solutions include HP’s Cluster Extension, Dell/EMC’s Cluster Enabler (SRDF/CE for DMX, RecoverPoint for CLARiiON), Hitachi’s Storage Cluster (HSC), NetApp’s MetroCluster, and IBM’s Storage System.

There are also some storage vendors which provide a file-based replication solution that can run on top of commodity storage hardware. These providers will keep track of individual files which have changed, and only copy those. They are often less efficient than the block-level replication solutions as larger chunks of data (full files) must be copied, however, the total cost of ownership can be much less. A few of the top file-level vendors who support multi-site clusters include Symantec’s Storage Foundation High Availability, Sanbolic’s Melio, SIOS’s Datakeeper Cluster Edition, and Vision Solutions’ Double-Take Availability.

The final class of replication providers will abstract the underlying sets of storage arrays at each site. This software manages disk access and redirection to the correct location. The more popular solutions include EMC’s VPLEX, FalconStor’s Continuous Data Protector and DataCore’s SANsymphony. Almost all of the block-level, file-level, and appliance-level providers are compatible with CSV disks, but it is best to check that they support the latest version of Windows Server if you are planning a fresh deployment.

By now you should have a good understanding of how you plan to configure your multi-site cluster and your replication requirements. Now you can plan your backup and recovery process. Even though the application’s data is being copied to the secondary site, which is similar to a backup, it does not replace the real thing. This is because if the VM (VHD) on one site becomes corrupted, that same error is likely going to be copied to the secondary site. You should still regularly back up any production workloads running at either site.  This means that you need to deploy your cluster-aware backup software and agents in both locations and ensure that they are regularly taking backups. The backups should also be stored independently at both sites so that they can be recovered from either location if one datacenter becomes unavailable. Testing recovery from both sites is strongly recommended. Altaro’s Hyper-V Backup is a great solution for multi-site clusters and is CSV-aware, ensuring that your disaster recovery solution is resilient to all types of disasters.

If you are looking for a more affordable multi-site cluster replication solution, only have a single datacenter, or your storage provider does not support these scenarios, Microsoft offers a few solutions. This includes Hyper-V Replica and Azure Site Recovery, and we’ll explore these disaster recovery options and how they integrate with Windows Server Failover Clustering in the third part of this blog series.

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For Sale – HP EliteBook 840 G2 i5-5200U 2.2GHz, 8GB RAM, 120GB SSD, Windows 10 Pro 1903

Hi guys
I have HP EliteBook 840 G2 for sale.

I got it more than a year ago (second hand) and the plan was to use it as a media center PC and manage wifi security cameras from it. However, I got the smart TV and the media center idea faded away and the security cameras plan did not work (was much easier to have a dedicated cctv system)

It is well looked after and is in very good and clean condition.
There are no cracks or scratches on top side, but a few scratches on the bottom part of the case (please see pictures).

This model has the rubberized top lid and it is difficult to clean, as it attracts finger prints. I cleaned the lead the best I could, but it will need cleaning again once it is delivered. I tried connecting to 1080P TV over ‘DP to HDMI cable’ (not included in sale) and it plays Netflix at 1080p and passes 5.1 sound to TV (AV amplifier).
Tested the battery several times: full charge and play music videos from youtube at full screen, it lasted over 4 hours with windows managing power settings automatically.

Delivery cost is included within my country, will be 2-3 day delivery from parcel2go and fully insured.

Spec:
HP EliteBook 840 G2 14″ (not touch screen)
Intel Core i5-5200U 2.20GHz
8GB (2x4GB) RAM
120GB Kingston SSD 300v – was installed new and only used for several days
Intel HD Graphics 5500 (1920 x 1080)
Windows 10 Pro 64bit 1903
It has 4 USB 3.0 ports, LAN port, DP ports, wifi and BT

Backlit keyboard
Original HP charger included

Delivery cost is included within my country, will be 2-3 day delivery from parcel2go and fully insured.

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Price and currency: 150
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Paypal gift, Bank transfer
Location: Manchester
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Wanted – Various Mini-ITX parts

Torn between an Intel NUC and Mini-ITX.

Looking to build similar to this but with second hand parts.

System Builder – Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz 6-Core, GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB STRIX, H200 (White) Mini ITX Tower – PCPartPicker United Kingdom

CPU
AMD – Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz 6-Core Processor

Motherboard
ASRock – B450 GAMING-ITX/AC Mini ITX AM4 Motherboard

Memory
G.Skill – Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 Memory

Video Card
Asus – GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB STRIX Video Card

Case
NZXT – H200 (White) Mini ITX Tower Case

Power Supply
EVGA – SuperNOVA G3 550W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply

Location: South Wales & Bristol

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Wanted – Various Mini-ITX parts

Torn between an Intel NUC and Mini-ITX.

Looking to build similar to this but with second hand parts.

System Builder – Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz 6-Core, GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB STRIX, H200 (White) Mini ITX Tower – PCPartPicker United Kingdom

CPU
AMD – Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz 6-Core Processor

Motherboard
ASRock – B450 GAMING-ITX/AC Mini ITX AM4 Motherboard

Memory
G.Skill – Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 Memory

Video Card
Asus – GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB STRIX Video Card

Case
NZXT – H200 (White) Mini ITX Tower Case

Power Supply
EVGA – SuperNOVA G3 550W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply

Location: South Wales & Bristol

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For Sale – Apple Macbook Pro (MBP) Retina 13″ Late-2013 8GB / 256GB. Cheap, £375

Moving this on as I now have a company laptop which I use for everything.

I’m the second owner, and have owned for three years.

Got purchase receipt (DABS) showing date of 25/4/2014

Full spec is here – model a1502 – 8gb ram, 256gb SSD, 2.4ghz i5, retina screen

MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.4 13″ Late 2013 Specs (Retina Late 2013 13”, ME864LL/A*, MacBookPro11,1, A1502, 2678): EveryMac.com

It’s boxed including the additional PSU extension lead that the newer ones don’t ship with.

I’ve also got an additional (3rd party) mag-safe PSU that I will include.

Battery cycle count 519, but still holds good charge

Running OSX Sierra, and wiped for new owner

The bad:

  • Dink in bottom, see pics
  • Touchpad does not click down properly across all of the surface (it works better on the left for example), therefore you have to use “tap to click”, which is my preference so it’s never bothered me
  • Missing one of the screws underneath, I lost this when trying to fix the touchpad a couple of years ago

£375 inc courier delivery

I am based on Solihull if you want to collect

Payment via BACS/Cash

Thanks!

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Price and currency: 375
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BACS
Location: Solihull
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For Sale – Apple Macbook Pro (MBP) Retina 13″ Late-2013 8GB / 256GB. Cheap, £375

Moving this on as I now have a company laptop which I use for everything.

I’m the second owner, and have owned for three years.

Got purchase receipt (DABS) showing date of 25/4/2014

Full spec is here – model a1502 – 8gb ram, 256gb SSD, 2.4ghz i5, retina screen

MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.4 13″ Late 2013 Specs (Retina Late 2013 13”, ME864LL/A*, MacBookPro11,1, A1502, 2678): EveryMac.com

It’s boxed including the additional PSU extension lead that the newer ones don’t ship with.

I’ve also got an additional (3rd party) mag-safe PSU that I will include.

Battery cycle count 519, but still holds good charge

Running OSX Sierra, and wiped for new owner

The bad:

  • Dink in bottom, see pics
  • Touchpad does not click down properly across all of the surface (it works better on the left for example), therefore you have to use “tap to click”, which is my preference so it’s never bothered me
  • Missing one of the screws underneath, I lost this when trying to fix the touchpad a couple of years ago

£375 inc courier delivery

I am based on Solihull if you want to collect

Payment via BACS/Cash

Thanks!

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Price and currency: 375
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BACS
Location: Solihull
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Apple Macbook Pro (MBP) Retina 13″ Late-2013 8GB / 256GB. Cheap, £375

Moving this on as I now have a company laptop which I use for everything.

I’m the second owner, and have owned for three years.

Got purchase receipt (DABS) showing date of 25/4/2014

Full spec is here – model a1502 – 8gb ram, 256gb SSD, 2.4ghz i5, retina screen

MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.4 13″ Late 2013 Specs (Retina Late 2013 13”, ME864LL/A*, MacBookPro11,1, A1502, 2678): EveryMac.com

It’s boxed including the additional PSU extension lead that the newer ones don’t ship with.

I’ve also got an additional (3rd party) mag-safe PSU that I will include.

Battery cycle count 519, but still holds good charge

Running OSX Sierra, and wiped for new owner

The bad:

  • Dink in bottom, see pics
  • Touchpad does not click down properly across all of the surface (it works better on the left for example), therefore you have to use “tap to click”, which is my preference so it’s never bothered me
  • Missing one of the screws underneath, I lost this when trying to fix the touchpad a couple of years ago

£375 inc courier delivery

I am based on Solihull if you want to collect

Payment via BACS/Cash

Thanks!

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Price and currency: 375
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BACS
Location: Solihull
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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Avaya earnings show cloud, recurring revenue growth

Avaya hit revenue targets, increased cloud sales and added customers in its second full quarter as a public company — welcome news for customers and partners anxious for proof that the company is regaining its financial footing following last year’s bankruptcy.

Avaya reported revenue of $755 million in the third quarter of 2018 — down from $757 million last quarter, but within the vendor’s previously announced targets. When excluding sales from the networking division, which Avaya sold last year, adjusted revenue was 1% higher than during the third quarter of 2017.

To keep pace with competitors like Microsoft and Cisco, Avaya is looking to reduce its dependence on large, one-time hardware purchases by selling more monthly cloud subscriptions. This transition can make it difficult to show positive quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year growth in the short term.

Recurring revenue accounted for 59% of Avaya’s adjusted earnings in the third quarter — up from 58% the previous quarter. Cloud revenue represented just 11% of the quarter’s total, but monthly recurring revenue from cloud sales increased by 43% in the midmarket and 107% in the enterprise market, compared with last quarter.

Avaya reported an $88 million net loss in the third quarter. Still, the company’s operations netted $83 million in cash, which is a more critical financial indicator, in this case, than net income, said Hamed Khorsand, analyst at BWS Financial Inc., based in Woodland Hills, Calif.

“This is a company that’s still in transition as far as their accounting goes, with the bankruptcy proceedings,” Khorsand said. “[The net cash flow] actually tells you that the company is adding cash to its balance sheet.”

Also during the third quarter, Avaya regained top ratings in Gartner’s yearly rankings of unified communications (UC) and contact center infrastructure vendors. Avaya’s one-year absence from the leadership quadrant in the Gartner report probably slowed growth, Khorsand said, because C-suite executives place value in those standings.

Avaya’s stock closed up 3.61%, at $20.68 per share, following the Avaya earnings report on Thursday.

Avaya earnings report highlights product growth

The Avaya earnings report showed the company added 1,700 customers worldwide during the third quarter. It also launched and refreshed several products, including an updated workforce optimization suite for contact centers and a new version of Avaya IP Office, its UC offering for small and midsize businesses.

The product releases demonstrate that Avaya continued to invest in research and development, even as it spent most of 2017 engaged in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, said Zeus Kerravala, principal analyst at ZK Research in Westminster, Mass.

“As long as we continue to see this steady stream of new products coming out, I think it should give customers confidence,” Kerravala said. “Channel partners tend to live on new products, as well.”

The bankruptcy allowed Avaya to cut its debt in half to a level it can afford based on current revenue. But years of underinvestment in product continue to haunt the vendor, as it tries to play catch-up with rivals Cisco and Microsoft, which analysts generally agreed have pulled ahead of all other vendors in the UC market.

Avaya acquired cloud contact center vendor Spoken Communications earlier this year, gaining a multi-tenant public cloud offering. Avaya plans to use the same technology to power a UC-as-a-service product in the future.

“We are investing significantly in people and technology, investing more on technology in the last two quarters than we did in all of fiscal 2017,” said Jim Chirico, CEO at Avaya.

Avaya is expecting to bring in adjusted revenue between $760 and $780 million in the fourth quarter, which would bring the fiscal year’s total to a little more than $3 billion.

For Sale – MSI Aero 1080ti 11GB video card

I had 2 of these in SLI, I hardly use one therefore I am selling the second. Open the offers, it is hardly used can provide benchmarks etc.
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Price and currency: 600
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: paypal, cash on collection / cash on delivery
Location: sheffield
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