UNESCO, Red Cross, Siemens, Xerox, and 3M, etc. are also…
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Could anyone explain why the bolded part of the wrap key description?
Wraps a symmetric key using a specified key. The WRAP operation
supports encryption of a symmetric key using a key encryption key that
has previously been stored in an … Continue reading Wrap key operation in Azure Key Vault – symmetric keys
Why hack into a server when you can just send vistors to a fake alternative instead? Continue reading Company web names hijacked via outdated cloud DNS records
June 2020 marks the end of Vibranium and the start of Manganese, the codenames for the ending and starting half-year semesters in the Azure development year.
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I was wondering if I correctly understand the difference between hardware and software protected keys.
Quoting the Applied Cryptography in .NET and Azure Key Vault (page 146 available on Google books)
Azure Key Vault Hardware Mode
When yo… Continue reading Azure Key Vault – hardware vs software protection
Our company has rolled out MFA to our users. We are a Microsoft shop, so we are using Azure AD to handle MFA and authentication to things like email, Teams, Sharepoint, etc. By default, we’ve disabled MFA prompts when users are on our comp… Continue reading How often should we force users to re-authenticate when not on the network?
Vendor 1 needs to upload data (.json, compressed .csv files, images and video) to an Azure blob storage container owned by Vendor 2
Vendor 1 is issued a limited duration SAS token each day to use
Azure does no scanning of incom… Continue reading Security pattern for third party uploads to Azure blob container
Misconfigured dashboards are at the heart of a widespread XMRIG Monero-mining campaign. Continue reading Kubernetes Falls to Cryptomining via Machine-Learning Framework
Those looking to authenticate to systems from a cloud-based identity provider may consider Azure AD, but what exactly does AAD authN to?
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Before purchasing a subscription to Azure’s top pricing tier, it’s important to understand what benefits and drawbacks AAD Premium P2 offers.
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