Enforce TLS for Partner Organization on Office 365

You can create connectors to apply security restrictions to mail exchanges with a partner organization or service provider. A partner can be an organization you do business with, such as a bank. It can also be a third-party cloud service that provides services such as archiving, anti-spam, and filtering. You can create a connector to … Continue reading Enforce TLS for Partner Organization on Office 365

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Tools: Test your Firewall’s AV, Anti-Bot and Threat Emulation functions

Found this tool from CheckPoint to test your AV, Anti-Bot and Threat Emulation function. https://threatwiki.checkpoint.com/threatwiki/public.htm Test Threat Emulation Click to download a DOC with an exploit. This file will not harm your computer. To confirm the file was detected, use the Smart Log / Smart View Tracker to locate the Threat Emulation log for this … Continue reading Tools: Test your Firewall’s AV, Anti-Bot and Threat Emulation functions

Off-Subject: iCloud: If you’re not receiving notifications in iCloud Calendar

If you’re not receiving notifications about events and shared calendars while signed in to iCloud.com or on your devices set up for Calendar on iCloud.com, you may need to change your iCloud Calendar settings. Change iCloud Calendar settings Click the Action pop-up menu  in the sidebar, then choose Preferences. In the Advanced pane, select “In-app notifications,” then … Continue reading Off-Subject: iCloud: If you’re not receiving notifications in iCloud Calendar

Facebook adds Google Authenticator for Two-Factor Authentication

Good news! Facebook now makes Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) easier to set up by allowing common third-party apps like Google Authenticator or Duo Security on both desktop and mobile. 2FA adds layer of security to your Facebook login by requiring you to provide a passcode or from “something that you have” (which is the 2FA generated … Continue reading Facebook adds Google Authenticator for Two-Factor Authentication

Cisco device serial number explanation

Cisco devices have a standard serial number, from the serial number you can work out it's age and the location it was built. To decipher the serial number, here's how it is composed. Cisco S/N format is LLLYYWWXXXX. LLL = Location code (i.e. FOC = FoxConn China) YY = Year code (08 = 2004...09=2005...etc...) WW … Continue reading Cisco device serial number explanation

Fortigate: Disable Telemetry (Endpoint Security) for Client VPN Users

blah blah Solution 1 You can recreate the VPN and on Step 3, Unselect Allow Endpoint Registration Solution 2 Disable Endpoint Security Enable the feature first so the option will show up on the firewall. Under System -> Feature Select -> Security Features -> select Endpoint Control. Once Feature is enabled, Forticlient Profile will be … Continue reading Fortigate: Disable Telemetry (Endpoint Security) for Client VPN Users