Microsoft announced that starting today, it will forcibly block and quarantine versions of solarwinds Orion applications known to contain solorigate (Sunburst) malware. Over the weekend, a number of media reported that hackers with Russian government background had invaded solarwinds and inserted malware into Orion, a network monitoring and inventory platform. < / P > < p > following the news exposure, solarwinds confirmed that the Orion application version 2019.4 to 2020.2.1 released between March 2020 and June 2020 was contaminated by malware. Microsoft was one of the first network security vendors to confirm the solarwinds incident after the company issued an official statement. On the same day, the company added detection rules for solorigate malware included in the solarwinds Orion application. < / P > < p > however, these detection rules can only trigger alerts, and Microsoft defender users can decide what to do with Orion applications. However, in a brief blog post today, Microsoft said it had now decided to force the isolation of all Orion application installation files from tomorrow. < p > < p > Microsoft wrote in a blog post: “starting at 0:00 Beijing time on December 17, Microsoft defender software will begin to block known malicious solarwinds installation files. These processes are isolated even if they are running. It is important to note that these binaries pose a significant threat to the customer environment. “. IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4