5 Bytes Podcast Episode Guide
Episode: 246

Devices with Newest CPUs Suffered Data Damage! M365 App Support for Server 2022! Intune Linux Management!

On this week’s episode of the podcast, I cover some of the highlights from Apple’s iPhone 14 announcements, info on some Windows Devices with new CPUs suffering data damage, a tease of a possible U-turn by Microsoft on M365 app support for Windows Server 2022.

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Scripts, Tricks and Tips:
Intune as a Distribution Tool for Bad Stuff!
Jim Moyle’s Video on Azure Image Builder
PowerShell Invoke-WebRequest Alternative
Power Automate Training

Linux Management Capabilities in Intune Accidentally Leaked Early:

M365 Apps for Server 2022 May Be Supported:
PM Statement

Number Matching for Microsoft MFA:
New MFA Settings
Kevin’s Tip

Windows Devices with Newest CPUs Suffered Data Damage:
BleepingComputer.com Article

Update on Citrix Acquisition:
Financial Times Article

Another Serious Chrome Security Bug Patched:
BetaNews.com Article

Reminder About Basic Auth Deprecation for Exchange Online Admins:

Defender Erroneously Flagged Certain Apps:
BleepingComputer.com Article

Samsung Disclosed Security Breach:
TechCrunch.com Article

San Francisco 49ers Disclose Breach:
Article by The Record Media

Worrying Report About Apps with AWS Credential Hardcoded in Them:
BleepingComputer.com Article

Details on New iPhones and iOS:
ZDNet Article

My Friend is Looking for Work:

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