Security researchers have found four major security vulnerabilities in the BIOSConnect feature of Dell SupportAssist, allowing attackers to remotely execute code within the BIOS of impacted devices.
According to Dell's website, the SupportAssist software is "preinstalled on most Dell devices running Windows operating system," while BIOSConnect provides remote firmware update and OS recovery features. The chain of flaws discovered by Eclypsium researchers comes with a CVSS base score of 8.3/10 and enables privileged remote attackers to impersonate Dell.com and take control of the target device's boot process to break OS-level security controls.
An indigenous group in Canada says it has found hundreds of unmarked graves at the site of a former residential school in Saskatchewan.
The Cowessess First Nation said on Wednesday that the discovery was "the most significantly substantial to date in Canada". However the group did not specify the exact number of graves found. It comes weeks after the remains of 215 children were found at a similar residential school in British Columbia. Such compulsory boarding schools were run by the Canadian government and religious authorities during the 19th and 20th Centuries with the aim of assimilating indigenous youth.
But It might come down to having the users added either via script or manually to that group you want and then applying the permissions. However Microsoft Exchange has been cumbersome to apply permissions by groups. I would recommend to do it by user instead.
Yea it does sound like that might end up being the case. I'll poke at it some more, as I'm not quite ready to give up on it. Thanks for the reply.
It depends. If you need the extra 100 nits of brightness, touchbar, and you know you need the fan from extended compute then get the pro. Otherwise save the couple hundred and get the air.
You can still get the 8 core cpu and 8 core gpu in the air. It's pretty much the same minus the stuff mentioned above. The battery is also a tiny bit smaller and I think the microphone is less "studio quality".
@johnjorge I would say at this point you would just want to move Directly to Office 365 or another Email provider. The Cost of Exchange and maintaining that infrastructure is not something that would be effective and not good for the ROI of the company.