Microsoft has revamped its Access database to allow it to better protect users from phishing emails, a move that has raised concerns about privacy breaches and security breaches.
The change is rolling out to the corporate, enterprise and government networks on Friday, the company said in a blog post on Friday.
The company did not specify what the changes were about, but Microsoft says the changes will improve the security of access to its Access Database.
The update, which was rolled out to Microsoft SharePoint Online on Friday and also to Microsoft Exchange Server, Outlook.com and other Microsoft products, also includes the option to remove or block third-party ads and tracking, as well as an option to block access to sites from certain countries.
It also removes the ability to set privacy preferences.
The new Access database is a Microsoft service that allows users to filter out potentially unwanted ads and trackers.
The new database, Microsoft said, will help customers to find the sites they want to visit, and will help them better protect themselves from phishers.
Microsoft also says it will help users protect their personal information when they access content from outside sites.
The security of the new database will also be improved by blocking external ad networks.
Microsoft has faced complaints that its access databases are not secure enough.
Last month, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation said Microsoft should be able to access the Access database from anywhere in the world, and it called for more information on how the security works.
Microsoft’s Access database has been used by hundreds of millions of users in more than 40 countries around the world.