Microsoft is working on security fixes for Microsoft Azure, but it may be too late to fix the issues.
The company announced today that the security updates are no longer available.
The updates were meant to address the security hole that exposed user credentials from the company’s own servers.
In this case, it was a vulnerability in Microsoft’s Azure Active Directory authentication system that allowed a hacker to exploit it to gain access to the company servers.
Microsoft fixed the problem last month, but the company has not made any public announcements about the issue since.
It also took the company about three months to fix it, and it only affected the company network infrastructure.
Microsoft is still trying to figure out how the breach could have occurred in the first place.
Microsoft said that it was unable to provide details about how long it took for the security fixes to arrive, and the company did not provide details on how many customers were affected.
The firm said it plans to release an update on April 25, but only if it can make sure that the fixes are working.
The updated security updates have a 64-bit version, so it may take a bit of time before the company gets to fix everything.
Microsoft has said that the fix for the Azure Active DNS issue will be available on May 6, but that Microsoft will not be releasing a fix for Azure Active Sync.
Microsoft’s fix for Active Sync will come out on May 18.
Microsoft is offering customers who are affected by the vulnerability $100 off a Windows 10 Pro upgrade for a year, Microsoft said.
The offer will run until May 31, 2018.
Microsoft said that customers who need to fix a vulnerability will be notified via email, and that they may request an upgrade via an in-person appointment.