Category: Threat

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Basic Security Setup for Microsoft 365 – @M365CommDocs

This morning my first Microsoft 365 Community Document went live. It is entitled “Basic Security Set Up for Microsoft 365“. In the document, I walk through some of the reason to set Security, assuming...

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What is Zero Trust? What is Microsoft 365 Zero Trust?

Zero Trust is a model that focuses on strict identity verification for any person or device trying to access resources with the corporate network. It does not matter whether the person or device is...

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UN SharePoint Hack. Should I worry?

I assume by now that you are aware of the United Nations (U.N.) hack. The attackers are estimated to have retrieved 400 GB of sensitive data. The interesting problem with this attack is that...

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A year of creating courses, working and family importance

So this year has been busy for me, with it being the first full year of working for myself, as well as a bunch of family things that have impacted all of it. We...

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Code Security Audit using “npm audit”

In a previous post, I wrote about “Security Scanning SharePoint Framework” components. https://www.helloitsliam.com/2018/07/04/security-scanning-a-sharepoint-framework-solution This post is a continuance of this. When you have set up your workstation for SharePoint Framework Development, the last step...

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*NEW* Training Course Available

PowerShell for Office 365 “The course will educate you on the details you need to know to be able to start writing PowerShell for Office 365. By the end, our objective is to make...

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Running your first Simulated Office 365 Attack: Brute Force Password (Dictionary Attack)

In the last post, we looked at executing your first simulated attack by using the “Spear Fishing” attach that harvests credentials from a custom Office 365 login page. https://www.helloitsliam.com/2018/05/14/running-your-first-simulated-office-365-attack-spear-phishing/ For this post we will...