19 janvier 2011

Exchange 2010/2007 Supprimer les entêtes SMTP internes indiscrètes

How to remove Received  Headers ) Bonjour Si vous envoyez un message depuis un serveur de transport Exchange 2007/2010 vous vous apercevrez que les entêtes de messages SMTP divulguent un certain nombre de renseignements sur votre réseau interne.L’exemple suivant donne un aperçu de ce qui est communiqué. Received: from dtxvttr-exs-01.unified.fr ( byaubvitexs05.unifiedit.fr ( with Microsoft SMTP Server (TLS) id8.2.213.0; Thu, 13 Jan 2011 16:27:14 +0100Received: from... [Lire la suite]
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21 novembre 2010

Using Transport Rules to protect your organization from the ‘Here You Have’ Worm

The Here You Have worm, also known as Visal.B, has been spreading through network shares and email (more details on Microsoft’s Malware Protection Center web site). When spreading through email, the worm sends itself to your contacts with the following strings in the Subject field and message body: Subject: Here you have Body:Hello: This is The Document I told you about,you can find it Here.http://www.sharedocuments.com/library/PDF_Document21.025542010.pdf Please check it and reply as soon as possible. Cheers, Subject:... [Lire la suite]
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12 mai 2009

Introducing Attachment Inspection in Transport Rules

Transport Rules provides an organization with the tools needed to enforce messaging policies across their Exchange organization. You may be familiar with Transport Rules in Exchange Server 2007, and the ability to inspect different parts of a message such as subject, body, and headers for specific words and/or text patterns. If you are not familiar with Transport Rules, you can find an overview in this previous blog post or in the Exchange 2007 documentation on TechNet. Now supporting attachments In Exchange Server 2010, we... [Lire la suite]
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