Resolution was found in KB note from Exclaimer. Specifically the note to select the “Stop processing more rules” option to force the Exclaimer rule to run and to prevent Office 365 from running the *VENDOR* rule until the email is returned from Exclaimer Cloud with a signature attached. At this point, the Exclaimer Transport Rule will have its exception triggered by the Exclaimer message header once it returns, and the *VENDOR rule will be used instead.
Only took 5 months, but site is back online!
Nice tip for Notepad from weekly email from Veeam’s Gostev.
- Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, and then click Notepad.
- Type .LOG on the first line, and then press ENTER to move to the next line.
- On the File menu, click Save As, type a descriptive name for your file in the File name box, and then click OK. When you next open the file, note that the date and time have been appended to the end of the log, immediately preceding the place where new text can be added. You can use this functionality to automatically add the current date and time to each log entry.
Good stuff to lock down access to Amazon WorkSpaces…
Amazon WorkSpaces now provides you with the ability to control the IP addresses from which your WorkSpaces can be accessed. Using IP address-based control groups, you can define and manage groups of trusted IP addresses, and only allow users to access their WorkSpaces when they’re connected to a trusted network. This feature helps you gain greater control over your security posture.
Piece of cake…https://duo.com/docs/owa
Wish I had done this years ago!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Would have made CN proud.
Reduced Duo user count also as Alias provides flexibility for accounts!
Noticed odd traffic to Canada IPs from FAZ and found they are in use by the FortiGate for the FortiGuard block pages as well as the FortiGuard override pages.
QUIC (Quick UDP Internet Connections, pronounced quick) is an experimental transport layer network protocol developed by Google. QUIC supports a set of multiplexed connections between two endpoints over User Datagram Protocol (UDP), and was designed to provide security protection equivalent to TLS/SSL, along with reduced connection and transport latency, and bandwidth estimation in each direction to avoid congestion. QUIC’s main goal is to optimize connection-oriented web applications currently using TCP. An experimental implementation is being put in place in Chrome by a team of engineers at Google.
Source: How to Block QUIC Protocol