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Exchange Server Security News
May 01, 2014
Administrators stuck on Windows XP, which hit end-of-life in April, were granted a small reprieve when Microsoft released a patch for an IE bug.
January 15, 2007
SearchExchange.com's editors sat down this past fall to assess the 2006 crop of third-party Exchange Server administration products. Find out what products made our "A" list.
January 09, 2007
Microsoft starts the year with security updates for Excel, Outlook and Windows. Three of the fixes are rated critical.
October 31, 2006
In October alone, security firm Akonix Systems tracked 88 attacks that used instant messaging programs to spread. Attackers are also exploiting P2P programs.
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Discover three different methods for determining what ports are in use by Exchange Server -- RPCDUMP, Netstat and Tasklist. Continue Reading
Learn about client-side and server-side security features in Exchange Server 2003, including Kerberos authentication, SSL security, and RPC over HTTP. Continue Reading
Mobile security can no longer be an afterthought. Mobile experts say security starts, but doesn't end, with policy. Continue Reading
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Making changes to the definitions of Internet Explorer security zones can cause OWA to malfunction, particularly if it's done by a user who isn't well- versed in OWA's security zone setting requirements. Continue Reading
A bare linefeed is a single linefeed character that isn't preceded by an ASCII carriage return. In some instances, virus scanners or security appliances will insert bare linefeeds into an Exchange Server email and cause delivery failures. Continue Reading
Protocol logging lets you see the commands that clients are sending to your Exchange server. If you detect suspicious SMTP, NNTP or HTTP traffic patterns, you can take action before they become a problem. Protocol logs are also an excellent forensic... Continue Reading