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Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange 2007-11-15
Dan Denton (ddenton remitpro com) (1 replies)
I'm hoping to get opinions on Hosted Exchange installations for email and
calendaring. The link to the server from outlook is supposed to be
encrypted, but I can see some larger implications of that info is sniffed
and deciphered. Also, I'm leery of having an AD full of my company's
employee info be

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Re: Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange 2007-11-16
Roland Dobbins (rdobbins cisco com) (2 replies)
Re: Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange 2007-11-16
Shayne Sales (razman gmail com) (1 replies)
RE: Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange 2007-11-16
Dan Denton (ddenton remitpro com)
RE: Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange 2007-11-16
Sean Tindall (sean bulletproofnetworks ca) (1 replies)
Re: Security and Implications of Hosted Exchange 2007-11-16
Roland Dobbins (rdobbins cisco com)
SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #368 2007-11-14
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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #368
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This issue is Sponsored by: SPI Dynamics

ALERT: Ajax Security Dangers- How Hackers are attacking Ajax Web Apps
While Ajax can greatly improve the usability of a Web application, it can also create several opportuniti

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #367 2007-11-08
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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #367
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This issue is Sponsored by: Watchfire

As web applications become increasingly complex, tremendous amounts of sensitive data - including personal, medical and financial information - are exchanged, and stored.
This pa

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #366 2007-10-31
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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #366
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This issue is Sponsored by: CSI

CSI 2007, November 3-9 in Washington, DC, is the only conference that delivers a business-focused overview of enterprise security.
It will convene 2,000+ delegates, 80 exhibitors and f

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #365 2007-10-25
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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #365
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ALERT: "How A Hacker Launches A Blind SQL Injection Attack Step-by-Step!" - White Paper
Blind SQL Injection can deliver total control of your server to a hacker giving them th

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #364 2007-10-19
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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #364
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This issue is Sponsored by: CSI

CSI 2007, November 3-9 in Washington, DC, is the only conference that delivers a business-focused overview of enterprise security.
It will convene 2,000+ delegates, 80 exhibitors and f

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #363 2007-10-12
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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #363
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This issue is Sponsored by: SPI Dynamics

ALERT: Ajax Security Dangers- How Hackers are attacking Ajax Web Apps
While Ajax can greatly improve the usability of a Web application, it can also
create several opportuniti

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #362 2007-10-03
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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #362
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This Issue is Sponsored by: Techmentor:

TechMentor - Las Vegas - October 15 - 19
Join your fellow systems administrators and IT managers at the Rio Hotel & Casino in Vegas for a week of in-depth technical training. T

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #361 2007-09-28
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ALERT: "How A Hacker Launches A Cross-Site Scripting Attack"- White Paper
Cross-site scripting vulnerabilities in web apps allow hackers to compromise confidential information

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #360 2007-09-18
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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #359 2007-09-12
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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #359
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ALERT: "How A Hacker Launches A Blind SQL Injection Attack Step-by-Step"!" - White Paper
Blind SQL Injection can deliver total control of your server to a hacker giving them t

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AAA that Acquire from Lotus Domino 7.02 2007-09-10
Toto (besakih gmail com)
Dear All,

Currently I am Implementing AAA for various Schemes and Systems:
1- Windows 2003 Active Directory
2- RADIUS (Using Free RADIUS)
3- LDAP using Open LDAP

For all those AAA, the username and password should be taken / acquire
from existing Lotus Domino 7.02 LDAP.
Does anyone have experience

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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #358 2007-09-05
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SecurityFocus Microsoft Newsletter #358
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Re: NTFS default special permissions 2007-09-05
Megan Kielman (megan kielman gmail com) (2 replies)
Geekwench -

On 9/4/07, Geekwench <geekwench (at) hotmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
> I think we both understand the original question perfectly well, but I'm not
> sure you noticed that the discussion is about a volume, not a folder.
>
> As for the 'why', that has been answered several times now. Default
> permissi

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Authenticating with TLS against Active Directory 2007-09-06
James D. Stallard (james leafgrove com) (4 replies)
RE: Authenticating with TLS against Active Directory 2007-09-10
James D. Stallard (james leafgrove com)
Re: Authenticating with TLS against Active Directory 2007-09-06
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Re: Authenticating with TLS against Active Directory 2007-09-06
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RE: Authenticating with TLS against Active Directory 2007-09-06
Depp, Dennis M. (deppdm ornl gov)
Re: NTFS default special permissions 2007-09-05
Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers (bugtraq planetcobalt net)
Re: NTFS default special permissions 2007-09-05
Megan Kielman (megan kielman gmail com) (1 replies)
Ansgar/Geekwench -

I believe that both of you have misunderstood the original question.

The OP specifically asked what would happen if the Create
Folders/Append Data & Create Files/Write Data permission were removed
because he ONLY wants to provide Read and Execute permission to that
directory. I

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Re: NTFS default special permissions 2007-09-05
Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers (bugtraq planetcobalt net)
Re: NTFS default special permissions 2007-09-04
Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers (bugtraq planetcobalt net)
On 2007-09-04 Megan Kielman wrote:
> On 9/4/07, Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers <bugtraq (at) planetcobalt (dot) net [email concealed]> wrote:
>> On 2007-09-03 Megan Kielman wrote:
>>> On 8/24/07, Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers <bugtraq (at) planetcobalt (dot) net [email concealed]> wrote:
>>>> If you remove those ACEs your users will be unable to create files
>>>>

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