Windows update could help defend against an all-too-common cyberattack

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It appears the anti-brute-force mechanism Microsoft implemented in Windows 11 less than a month ago is working, as the company has decided to expand it to all other supported versions of the operating system. 

In an announcement, Microsoft explained that IT admins can now configure their systems to automatically block these types of attacks against local admin accounts through a group policy.

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