As of previous blog we were talking about the email security using DKIM, on this blog we will be talking about how we can configure DMARC for exchange services. That be Exchange on-prem or Exchange online, Hence let’s know about DMARC first.
Security has been major concern and email has been one of the most vulnerable application. Anyone inside the organization who has been block with internet can also be penetrated with email. And as of today, technology, creating spam/spoof email or email with malware has been too easy. So, to make your email more secure office
Security has been major concern these days. Mostly with the identity theft. If we check our public email or social media identity, we have made it secure with the second factor of authentication like SMS or Phone call alert. If our personal things are so important than it’s it our Official document are also of
This article is based on best practice which we need to follow during the implementation of Active Directory and authentication of it with other software in presence of SSO (Single Sign on). So, what actually ldap means? The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is used to read from and write to Active Directory. By default,
Since last few months there has been yellow alert from Microsoft Team on the Enforcement of SHA1 Certificates. Not only Microsoft team but also the other certificate provider and browsers too. Although most of the public SSL has already using SHA2 or we say SHA256, still there might be some private certificate with SHA1. Hence
Email has become the Business-Critical application on any of the enterprise. And to secure such infrastructure, there arises a challenge for everyone. If we go with the history of the Microsoft Exchange, since Exchange 2013 Microsoft has enhanced its security feature for the inflow and outflow of the emails. One of the feature for the