Monthly archives: November, 2017

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update comes with SSH build-in – Is putty dead?

 Today I found out that Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (10.0.16299), come with a new optional feature, OpenSSH! To install this go to Settings App > Apps > Settings & Apps > Manage Optional Features > Add Feature and select the OpenSSH Client Beta. After installing you can type SSH in a command prompt to use SSH “native” in windows 10. Nice feature Microsoft. I will definitely use this, but I think that putty offers some other functionality that I cannot find in OpenSSH.

ATP safe links has been extended to iOS and Android mobile devices

A new feature of Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection, can help protect your organization from malicious links used in phishing, malware, and other cyber threats. When enabled, this update will provide users with time-of-click protection for links that are inside their Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations when they access them through iOS and Android devices. To Enable this, just go to the Security & Compliance Admin center, navigate to threat management\policy\safe links, under ‘Policies that apply to the entire organization, click ‘Default’ and Edit it. Check the ‘Office ProPlus on Windows, Office for iOS and Android’ checkbox to enable the feature. All done!