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Adopting a Zero Trust approach throughout the lifecycle of data

Instead of believing everything behind the corporate firewall is safe, the Zero Trust model assumes breach and verifies each request as though it originates from an uncontrolled network. Regardless of where the request originates or what resource it accesses, Zero ... continue reading

Protect against phishing with Attack Simulation Training in Microsoft Defender for Office 365

Sophisticated cyberattacks are on the rise, with email phishing as the most common attack vector. We’ve seen it all over the news with stories like Hafnium that targeted Exchange servers1 or the Nobelium attack against SolarWinds,2 which show just how ... continue reading
What's the difference between Azure AD Graph, Azure Resource Graph and Microsoft Graph?

What's the difference between Azure AD Graph, Azure Resource Graph and Microsoft Graph?

It started with a tweet. Microsoft MVP Joe Stocker shared Alex Simon's article "Automate and manage Azure AD tasks at scale with the Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK", where Derrick Kimani (Microsoft Identity Division Program Manager) lays out the plan for ... continue reading
Step-by-Step Guide: Active Directory Migration from Windows Server 2008 R2 to Windows Server 2022

Step-by-Step Guide: Active Directory Migration from Windows Server 2008 R2 to Windows Server 2022

Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Operating system reached the end of their support cycle on the 14th of January 2020. Because of this many organizations wanted to migrate away from these legacy operating systems. End-of-life operating systems ... continue reading

Achieving Zero Trust readiness in your apps #1: Why it matters

Hello! I’m Jeff Sakowicz, Principal Program Management Lead for Application Platform Security within the Microsoft Identity team. Our team’s goal is to foster a secure, trustworthy, and thriving app ecosystem. Part of achieving this goal is enabling apps to support ... continue reading

Deploy OpenAPI enabled Azure Functions with .NET in Visual Studio

Justin Yoo joins Scott Hanselman to demonstrate an extension he developed for adding OpenAPI capabilities to Azure Functions apps. See how easy it is to get HTTP-triggered .NET functions with OpenAPI support and deploy an Azure Functions app with Azure ... continue reading
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HTML smuggling surges: Highly evasive loader technique increasingly used in banking malware, targeted attacks

HTML smuggling, a highly evasive malware delivery technique that leverages legitimate HTML5 and JavaScript features, is increasingly used in email campaigns that deploy banking malware, remote access Trojans (RATs), and other payloads related to targeted attacks. Notably, this technique was ... continue reading
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How to retrieve an Azure AD Bulk Token with PowerShell

Hi, my Name is Christian Kielhorn, and I’m a Senior Customer Engineer – formerly known as Premier Field Engineer – within Germanys Customer Success Organization for Modern Work. Today I’d like to come back to a customer’s question – as ... continue reading
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Microsoft finds new macOS vulnerability, Shrootless, that could bypass System Integrity Protection

Microsoft has discovered a vulnerability that could allow an attacker to bypass System Integrity Protection (SIP) in macOS and perform arbitrary operations on a device. We also found a similar technique that could allow an attacker to elevate their privileges ... continue reading
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Upgrade your network protection with Azure Firewall Premium

This blog has been co-authored by Suren Jamiyanaa, Program Manager II and Eliran Azulai, Principal Program Manager. We continue to be amazed by the adoption, interest, positive feedback, and the breadth of use cases customers are finding for our service ... continue reading