Securing Exchange as part of a larger security framework
ENow Software's Exchange blog built by Microsoft MVPs for IT/Sys Admins.
Patching Exchange servers. Three words a lot of us wish would just go away forever. Well, the good news is, in some capacity patching old Microsoft Exchange servers will become a thing of the past. We’ve heard about this tirelessly for years in the tech community, from Microsoft themselves to Microsoft MVP’s and thought leaders, but it’s not just ‘talk’ anymore – it’s rapidly turning into reality.
Early August 2022, the Vietnamese organization GTSC Cyber Security noticed anomalies in their SOC and they discovered their Exchange servers were under attack. They quickly determined the attack utilized an unpublished Exchange security vulnerability. Due to earlier Exchange attacks GTSC quickly uncovered the vulnerability and Microsoft was informed about the vulnerability at this time.
Android OS – Changing from basic auth to modern auth connectivity on your Android mobile device. (To learn more about changing on iPhone, click here)
In earlier post on this blog we discussed Microsoft turning off basic authentication and what you must do on an iPhone or Android to change to modern authentication. The last blog about clients is this one, where we discuss how to reconfigure Outlook for Mac to use Modern Authentication.