Now if they could just fix their own software....just saying.
Phosphorus, Strontium --- I hope they aren't dedicated to targeting groups named after elements.
The hacks usually rely on the software having vulnerabilities, so they should fix those in parallel.
It does show a different perspective, that Microsoft is actually taking some responsibility from a corporate view and investing in protecting the consumers. This is a major turn around from previous years. Trust is a very large factor these days - but given the very large discounts they give to Government accounts, and Education establishments they are on a very good wicket.
While I wholeheartedly agree that the efforts by Microsoft concerning security are welcome, some of those are misguided.
I am talking about Office 365 ATP SafeLinks.
Whoever got the bright idea of rewriting URLs in the messages by pre-pending them with "na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com." and using actual URL as a query, probably did not think how it would affect other security solutions.