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Three neglected password policy tips that increase security

Most organizations are familiar with the Microsoft password policy and the features it provides. The password policy from Microsoft for Active Directory domains has been the same for over 17 years now. Some organizations have taken the initiative to implement multi-factor authentication, but for most organizations, these technologies are expensive, cumbersome, complex, and require end […]

The top 3 drawbacks to Microsoft password policies

We have all been living with the Microsoft password policy solution for many years now. It has sufficed, for the most part, untill now, due to password security requirements. There are distinct drawbacks with the Microsoft solution that all corporations need to consider to protect themselves against hackers. Even with Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, […]

Powerful reporting of historical Active Directory activities

Every Active Directory administrator has needed to get a report of access, activities, and more from the past actions performed against Active Directory. When you need these reports, it is typically mission critical that you obtain them immediately. The problem is that Active Directory does not track the required level of access, activities, and management […]

Protecting Active Directory From the JASBUG Vulnerability

We live in a very dynamic and unfriendly environment with computers and the JASBUG vulnerability proves that. This new exploit is not all that sophisticated, but is a very large problem for every Active Directory installation. The JASBUG vulnerability hijacks the NetLogon and SMB requests that clients and servers make during the Group Policy background […]