MFA – Conditional access for Microsoft 365

MFA – Conditional access for Microsoft 365

What is MFATwo-factor authentication is a mechanism that allows users to verify an attempt to authenticate. The user must provide a one-time code to confirm authentication that is sent to their device. This code is sent, for example, via text message or generated by a...
DKIM

DKIM

DKIMDKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail) is a method of e-mail authentication that uses a signature to make it difficult for the sender to falsify. Many providers of e-mail gateways are currently already using two DKIM keys to achieve even more security. Source &...
Microsoft Authenticator

Microsoft Authenticator

Microsoft AuthenticatorMicrosoft Authenticator is an app developed by Microsoft with which you can protect all your accounts with a two-step verification. The app supports you in securing your online accounts using time-based OTP codes (one-time password) according to...
REFERRER-POLICY

REFERRER-POLICY

When a user visits a website, a “Referrer” header is immediately inserted, telling the server where the visitor is from. This header is used for analytical functions. As you can see, this poses a data protection problem. This can be...

X-XSS PROTECTION

X-XSS, also known as cross-site scripting, is a security header that protects websites from cross-site scripting. By default, this security header is built into and activated in modern web browsers. When you implement it, your browser will be forced to load it. This...