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Who Loves the Holidays More? Santa or Attackers?

Note From Santa!

Steve Parker 0 538
As we approach the core of the 2021 Holiday season, we should all be on red alert for new attempts by malicious attackers to compromise our infrastructures and data. A recent alert by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency informs us that attackers are ready to pounce, particularly when we are distracted by the holidays. We've seen it before, and chances are this Holiday season will see an unprecedented amount of new and varied exploits and attacks, particularly in aftermath of the Log4J vulnerability disclosure. 
 

MadWolf's Phone System Upgrade

Bill Jones 0 93
MadWolf has recently gone through an upgrade of our phone system.  To reach an MWT staff member, please follow the below instructions:
 
202-293-5003
Dial 9 from the Main Menu
Enter Extension Number followed by a “#” key
 
MadWolf thanks you for your understanding while we transition our systems, in order to improve our processes and provide better, faster service to you.
 

Microsoft Build 2022

Joel Rollins 0 234
On May 24-26, Microsoft Build is holding its developer conference, and once again it will be a virtual event. As usual, the conference will kick off with a series of keynotes followed by deep dive sessions.
 

MadWolf Technologies is a proud sponsor of Freedom House Annual Awards and 80th Anniversary

Santos Arellano 0 630
For 80 years, Freedom House has worked to defend and expand freedom globally. To help create a world where all people are free, Freedom House identifies threats to freedom, spurs collective action to counter those threats, and supports activists working to defend and expand freedom.

Know Your Character Path Limits

Santos Arellano 0 1652
In a recent work session where I was managing documents in a list library, I encountered an error that I thought had been banished to the annals of time. The dreaded “This is not a valid file name” error.
The way I encountered this error was by attempting to save a Word document to a different working library folder. Previously, I had been using the browser-based version of... 
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