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Windows OS is crashing (rebooting) shortly after starting Parallels Client
The following Microsoft updates are causing the issue
Uninstall the 64-bit Parallels Client for Windows and use the 32-bit version (Full or Basic) which can be downloaded from here: Download links
Quelle: Parallels KB125352
Digital Certificate upgrade
As we have communicated, the digital certificate for our SolarWinds MSP products will be revoked on March 8, 2021.
If you have not yet upgraded per our recommendations, the day-to-day operation of any software signed by the certificate may be impacted by a user’s operating system, antivirus, or endpoint protection.
Please see this link - https://success.solarwindsmsp.com/kb/solarwinds/DIGITAL-CERTIFICATE-UPDATE-PRODUCT-FAQ, which includes information for all SolarWinds MSP products, as well as more details on what to do to ensure your devices have the latest certificate.
Dates and times: Montag, 8. März
In keeping with industry best practices to help protect you and your data, users of SolarWinds® Backup will be required to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) in order to continue using the product, as of the upcoming February 13, 2021, release.
To see which of your users have already taken this step, review the user management tab:
Any users that have not already done so will be guided through 2FA configuration when they log in, beginning with this release.
SolarWinds Security Advisory
Recent as of December 20, 2020, 9:30pm CST
SolarWinds was the victim of a cyberattack to our systems that inserted a vulnerability (SUNBURST) within our Orion® Platform software builds for versions 2019.4 HF 5, 2020.2 with no hotfix installed, and 2020.2 HF 1, which, if present and activated, could potentially allow an attacker to compromise the server on which the Orion products run. This attack was very sophisticated supply chain attack, which refers to a disruption in a standard process resulting in a compromised result with a goal of being able to attack subsequent users of the software. In this case, it appears that the code was intended to be used in a targeted way as its exploitation requires manual intervention. We’ve been advised that the nature of this attack indicates that it may have been conducted by an outside nation state, but SolarWinds has not verified the identity of the attacker.
*NOTE: Please note DPAIM is an integration module and is not the same as Database Performance Analyzer (DPA), which we do not believe is affected.
SolarWinds products NOT KNOWN TO BE AFFECTED by this security vulnerability: