Microsoft has recently added a new security patch (CVE-2022-30154) in the Microsoft File Server Shadow Copy Agent Service (RVSS) to address an elevation of privilege vulnerability. However, this has affected...
The latest version of SecurityGateway Email Firewall is now available, for detailed information about what's new in this new version, please go here.
The BackupAssist Classic cloud backup addon historically supported 3 different backup destination types - Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure and WebDAV. This would give users the option to perform file and application backups to remote cloud-based destinations by simply configuring a compatible backup container.
Technically this works well but can be a bit overwhelming for customer who don't already have either a Microsoft Azure account or Amazon AWS Account and are happy to ignore 99.9% of the features those accounts provide and focus on just the creation of backup storage. WebDAV is more used for remote NAS support so is only an option for customers with suitable hardware.
Microsoft has announced that in the last few days, four separate vulnerabilities in the Exchange Server platform have been identified.
Unfortunately, it would seem these have already been used by hackers to steal the mailbox content of many thousands of Exchange Server installations.
The detail on these vulnerabilities indicates that only the on-premise versions of Exchange Server are affected, so users of Cloud based Microsoft 365 products can breathe a sigh of relief. However, as on-premise Exchange Server is still a widely used platform the impact is considerable.
One of the most overlooked areas of email security is your own domain reputation. Unlike most email security solutions, Reputation is focused on you as the sender's ability to send email to recipients and to stop spammers from spoofing you and claiming to send email as your domain.
We have received several reports over the weekend that customers email has been flagged as spam by some receiving mail servers. Bounce backs included errors such as: <-- 554 The IP Address...
Microsoft have announced that Basic Authentication is being deprecated and that they will start turning this authentication type off on 365 tenants beginning October 2022.
MailStore version 13 onwards makes it possible for Microsoft 365 customers to tighten up their security by utilising Microsoft's Modern Authentication integration.
This article aims to explain what changes have been made in MailStore to support Modern Authentication and what the process is to convert a MailStore installation over from using Basic Authentication to Modern Authentication.
All the steps for configuring MailStore to archive an Office 365 Platform using Modern Authentication all covered in this MailStore 'Implementation guide'
However if you are converting an existing MailStore installation over from Basic Authentication to Modern Authentication, these are the main steps we would advise: (please check each step carefully)
The remainder of this guide explains how Basic Authentication differs to Modern authentication, to help you understand the mechanisms involved.