This is the final part of the Exchange 2010 SP1 installation vidoes. In this video, i show you how to setup send and receive connectors.
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In this video tutorial we will learn how to install and configure ssl certificate in exchange 2016. For this demonstration i will be using my local enterprise root certificate authority to get ssl certificate with subject alternative name for our Exchange 2016. 1) Create a certificate request 2) Get certificate from Certificate Authority 3) Import certificate on Exchange 2016 4) Assign certificate to exchange services
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Registry Script - http://bit.ly/TLS-Security-Fix (rename to .reg) SSL Labs - https://entrust.ssllabs.com/ Microsoft SQLServer TLS Support - https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/psssql/2016/01/31/tls-1-2-support-for-sql-server-2008-2008-r2-2012-and-2014/ Microsoft TLS Poodle Fix - https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30253 Security Standards Council - https://blog.pcisecuritystandards.org/are-you-ready-for-30-june-2018-sayin-goodbye-to-ssl-early-tls Windows Server - How to Enable TLS 1.2 Registry Script
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Learn about Receive connectors in Exchange 2016, and how they control mail flow into your Exchange organization. Exchange 2016 servers use Receive connectors to control inbound SMTP connections from: Messaging servers that are external to the Exchange organization. Services in the transport pipeline on the local Exchange server or on remote Exchange servers. Email clients that need to use authenticated SMTP to send messages. You can create Receive connectors in the Transport service on Mailbox servers, the Front End Transport service on Mailbox servers, and on Edge Transport servers. By default, the Receive connectors that are required for inbound mail flow are created automatically when you install an Exchange 2016 Mailbox server, and when you subscribe an Edge Transport server to your Exchange organization
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Administration
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6-Configuring Exchange Server 2016 to send and receive outside emails (Internet)
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Send Connector Configured in Exchange Server 2013
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How to install and configure 3rd Party SSL Certificate in Exchange Server 2019, 2016, 2013 or 2010. Its must in production environments, ADFS and also a prerequisite while performing Hybrid Migration in Office 365. If an On-Premise Exchange Server has to be published worldwide, configuring 3rd party certificates from Public CA is a must. Using the easy method explained in this video you can configure 3rd Party certs on whichever version of Exchange you are running (starting from Exchange 2010 SP3 til 2019). Friends, in Exchange Environments, none of the major tasks gets completed. We get a red warning "Not Secure" because the self-signed certificates are not trusted. Mostly big organizations purchase 3rd party certificates. There are many 3rd Party Certificate authorities available: a) Comodo - (Provides 90 Days free Certificate for testing) b) Symantec c) Go Daddy d) DigiCert e) Entrust and many more. They cost a huge amount to provide a single name SAN Certificate. Mostly admins have to face a tough time during the time when the pre-installed certificates are going to expire or expired. I recommend you to follow the steps explained and I hope you will find success. Steps to install & Configure 3rd Party SSL in Exchange Server: Method 1: a) Create CSR and include all the names and autodiscover.yourdomain.com b) Login to 3rd Party Cert website and upload that CSR and request the 3rd party Certificate. c) They will issue a certificate within a few hours which you can download and install using the process explained in the video. Method 2: If you are an expert: a) Write down all SAN Names you and your Exchange Environment will require to run Exchange Server globally. b) Login to 3rd Party Cert Website and add the domain names at once and download the Certificate. c) You have to create the .pfx file and when you will create it, it will ask you to enter the password for its security, so that no one can import your domain certificate. We can also Install and configure the SSL Certificates for Exchange Server using Exchange Management Shell. After watching the video, I hope you would have got an idea on how to install, configure Certificates in Microsoft Exchange Server 2019. If you face any issues while configuring the Certificates, state the error or issue below. I will try to revert with the best possible resolution asap. About: AKGInfotech is a YouTube Channel, where you will find an easy explanation of Technology related concepts :) Visit Blog: https://www.akginfotech.com and https://fulldayenergy.blogspot.com Friends, thank you so much for watching. If the video helped you in any way please appreciate by Subscribing the Channel. It gives me the motivation to create more videos. Take good care of yourself and I will see you in the next video.
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The handshake process between client and server has changed dramatically with the new TLS 1.3 protocol. The new process is much more efficient and allows encrypted application data to flow much faster than in previous versions. In this video, John outlines the new TLS 1.3 handshake and talks about all the cool new features it has. https://devcentral.f5.com/articles/lightboard-lessons-the-tls-13-handshake-31386
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Advance security options Use SSL 3.0, Use TLS 1.0, 1.1 & 1.2 are disabled or greyed out, that is unable to select these options. How to enable these options, so i can select these options. Solution: open local group policy editor, move to following path Computer and/or User Settings | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Internet Explorer | Internet Control Panel | Advanced Page. Open Turn off encryption support Window, select Not configured, apply changes,ok.
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Learn how to use the New Exchange Certificate Wizard to request a certificate for your external Exchange 2010 users. http://www.brickhouselabs.com
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Allowing TLS 1.1 and 1.2 for outlook under Windows
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Once your Exchange 2010 environment setup and configured, you may need to allow 3rd party mail systems or other devices to relay mail off of your Exchange Server. Examples of this would be an application server or maybe something like a copier. In this video I'll show you how to setup a receive connecter that will allow anonymous relay through Exchange Server 2010. For more training visit us online at http://interfacett.com
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Configure Exchange 2016 certificates 1. Prepare - DC11 : Domain Controller (pns.vn), IP 10.0.0.11 | DC12 : Exchange server 2016, IP 10.0.0.12 | DC13 : Certificate server, IP 10.0.0.13 | WIN101 : Domain Member, IP 10.0.0.101 2. Step by step : Configure Exchange 2016 certificates for DC12 - DC11 : Create a record named mail.pns.vn point to DC12 on DNS - DC12 : Set Internal URL for OWA : https://mail.pns.vn/owa + Start - Exchange Administrative Center - Servers - virtual directories - owa (Default Web Site) - general - Internal URL : https://mail.pns.vn/owa - Save - WIN101 : Test access link https://mail.pns.vn/owa === Certificate error - DC12 : Request Certificate + Create and share a folder named Cert + Exchange Administrative Center - Servers - certificates - '+' - Choose 'Create a request for a certificate from a certification authority' - Friendly name for this certificate: mail.pns.vn - Store certificate request on this server : - Browse... : DC12 - Specify the domains (host names)... : Choose 'Outlook Web App (when accessed from the intranet)' - Based on your selections, the following ... : Choose 'mail.pns.vn' - Organization name: pns, Department name: IT, City/Locality: Ha Noi, State/Province : Ha Noi, Country/Region name: Viet Nam - Save the certificate request to the following file: \\DC12.pns.vn\Cert\CertEX.req - Finish + Interner Explorer - http://10.0.0.13/certsrv/ - Request a certificate - advanced certificate request - Submit a certificate request by using a base-64-encoded CMC or PKCS #10 file, or submit a renewal request by using a base-64-encoded PKCS #7 file - Base-64-encoded certificate request (CMC or PKCS #10 or PKCS #7): Open CertEX.req ... - Certificate Template: Web Server - Submit - Download certificate - Save + Copy certnew.cer to \\DC12.pns.vn\Cert\ + Exchange Administrative Center - Servers - certificates - mail.pns.vn - Complete - File to import from: \\DC12.pns.vn\Cert\certnew.cer - OK + Server Manager - Tools - Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager - DC12 - Sites : + Default Web Site - Bindings... - https - Edit... - SSL certificate : Choose 'mail.pns.vn' + Exchange Back End - Bindings... - https - Edit... - SSL certificate : Choose 'mail.pns.vn'- DC12 - Restart - WIN101 : Refresh IE - Check access link https://mail.pns.vn/owa === OK -----------------------------------------------------------------******************** Youtube.com/c/MicrosoftLab ********************-------------------------------------------------------------
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This video is following on from the previous one (Disabling SSLv3 and TLS v1.0), which can be found here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yuvq3TtrKPI&t=2s The video covers removing support for RC4 and TripleDES ciphers, as well as removing support for the weaker exchange algorithm 'Diffie-Hellman'.
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What protocol is used between a web server and its clients to establish trust? How do they negotiate and share the secret key? During the handshake process, how public key encryption algorithm is used and how private key encryption is used? In this video, you would find all these answers. Playlist: Advanced Cryptography - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmA2QWSLSPg&list=PLSNNzog5eydtwsdT__t5WtRgvpfMzpTc7 Playlist: Basic Cryptography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vk3py9M2IfE&list=PLSNNzog5eyduN6o4e6AKFHekbH5-37BdV Please subscribe to my channel! Please leave comments or questions! Many thanks, Sunny Classroom
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Discussion of Microsoft's plan to discontinue support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) versions 1.0 and 1.1 soon in Microsoft Office 365.
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Grab Your Free 17-Point WordPress Pre-Launch PDF Checklist: http://vid.io/xqRL TLS 1.2 is coming so make sure you're payment processing is compatible with this TLS update. If it's not then you won't be able to process payments through your payment gateway. I show you how to test it in this short tutorial. TLS 1.2 Upgrade Testing - You Can't Sell Online Without TLS 1.2 https://youtu.be/RsQg7ySZ6Po Stop brute force attacks before they happen with this workshop: https://wplearninglab.com/brute-force-eliminator-workshop Grab your free 17-Point WordPress Pre-Launch PDF Checklist: http://vid.io/xqRL Download your exclusive 10-Point WP Security Checklist: http://bit.ly/10point-wordpress-hardening-checklist I hope this information helps you! If you have any questions leave a comment below or ping me @WPLearningLab on Twitter. -------------- If you want more excellent WordPress information check out our website where we post WordPress tutorials daily. https://wplearninglab.com/ Connect with us: WP Learning Lab Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=wplearninglab Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wplearninglab Twitter: https://twitter.com/WPLearningLab Google Plus: http://google.com/+Wplearninglab Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wplearninglab/
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This video, talks about basic concepts related with TLS/SSL protocol and how its handshake process make effective use of PKI for key distribution. ************* For Complete course on Information Security Concepts: http://www.training.hack2secure.com/courses/infsec-concepts/ **************
This video will guide you through the process of installing an SSL/TLS certificate on a Microsoft IIS8 server. This video relates to the technote found on: http://www.entrust.net/knowledge-base/technote.cfm?tn=8713 Contents of the video: 0:12 – Introduction 0:45 – Part 1 of 3: Import CA Certificate using Microsoft Management Console (MMC) 3:50 – Part 2 of 3: Install the SSL/TLS Certificate on your IIS8 server 5:43 – Part 3 of 3: Bind the SSL/TLS Certificate to the website For further technical support or assistance please contact Entrust Certificate Services support. You can find our contact information here: https://www.entrust.net/customer_support/contact.cfm Hours of Operation: Sunday 8:00 PM ET to Friday 8:00 PM ET North America (toll free): 1-866-267-9297 Outside North America: 1-613-270-2680
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This video demonstrates how to decrypt SSL TLS data using wireshark and browsers SSLKEYLOGFILE feature which logs session key used for encrypting the TLS traffic. Will be adding captured key file in to Wireshark's protocol option and connects to a site which is capable of doing PFS key exchange mechanism. Check both encrypted and non encrypted traffic.Explains how to decrypt traffic in RSA key exchange and (using private key of the server) Explains why it is less secure method. Explains pre-master secrert. #DecryptSSLTLS #PFSvsRSA #ECDHE
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How do we exchange a secret key in the clear? Spoiler: We don't - Dr Mike Pound shows us exactly what happens. Mathematics bit: https://youtu.be/Yjrfm_oRO0w Computing Limit: https://youtu.be/jv2H9fp9dT8 https://www.facebook.com/computerphile https://twitter.com/computer_phile This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. Computer Science at the University of Nottingham: https://bit.ly/nottscomputer Computerphile is a sister project to Brady Haran's Numberphile. More at http://www.bradyharan.com
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When a web client (Internet browser) connects to a secure website, the data is encrypted. But, how does all that happen? And, what type of encryption is used? And, how does the Internet browser know what type of encryption the web server wants to use? This is all determined by what is known as a TLS Cipher Suite. In this video, John outlines the components of a TLS Cipher Suite and explains how it all works. Enjoy!
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Google Sr. Product Manager, Email Safety and Extensibility, John Rae-Grant and Facebook Messaging Integrity Engineer and M3AAWG Vice Chairman Michael Adkins discuss their companies' transparency reports and the need for the industry to work together and turn on opportunistic TLS to encrypt email in transit.
How to resolve encrypted and decrypted issue for gmail configuration in outlook application?
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Author, teacher, and talk show host Robert McMillen shows you how to create a Self Signed Certificate and Bind in IIS in Windows Server 2016.
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One of the first steps you should do when deploying a new public facing web server is hardening your server's SSL/TLS connections. Disabling vulnerable protocols, ciphers, hashes and key exchange algorithms can help mitigate the now more common exploits like the BEAST attack and now POODLE. By default many weaker technologies are enabled, leaving IIS traffic vulnerable and exposed. In this video I show how to harden IIS via the registry or IISCrypto. For more info and links, check out my blog post: http://robwillis.info/2013/09/iis-77-5-hardening-ssl-tls-windows-server-2008-r2/ Thanks to http://teknoaxe.com for the music!
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Exchange Server 2019 releases at the end of this year and we want to tell you about it! Come and learn what's new in 2019 and how our engineers changed the way they build the software. We talk about the features from the cloud we've added to on-premises, and tell you why this is the most reliable and dependable version of Exchange ever. Will we reduce disk IO AGAIN? Maybe. Will you be able to take advantage of bigger servers with more processors and memory? Perhaps. Will we finally make Exchange PowerShell easy to use? Unlikely, but it's worth coming to find out, isn't it?
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An in-depth description of the TLS protocol and its underlying concepts. Outline: Intro 0:00 What is TLS? 0:50 OSI Model 1:56 TLS vs SSL 4:24 Why we need TLS 5:04 What does TLS provide? 6:54 Symmetric Encryption 8:40 AES 9:21 Known Plaintext Attack 15:00 CBC 16:30 Asymmetric encryption 18:54 Diffie-Hellman 19:34 RSA 23:44 Certificate Authorities 30:06 SHA 34:53 Birthday Problem/Attack 39:00 SHA-256 Internals 42:50 RSA + CAs 44:59 Intermediate CAs 47:59 Self-signed certificates 50:22 Certificate Transparency 51:35 Certificate Pinning 54:05 Certificate Revocation List 56:00 OCSP 57:17 Intermission 1:01:10 RSA vs AES 1:01:53 Perfect Forward Secrecy 1:04:39 Ephemeral Diffie-Hellman with RSA 1:07:26 Replay Attacks 1:09:48 HMAC 1:10:46 Length Extension Attack 1:12:25 PseudoRandom Function (PRF) 1:16:58 mTLS 1:18:46 TLS: Step by Step 1:23:22 TCP Handshake 1:23:30 Client/Server Hello 1:24:27 Key Exchange 1:26:34 Finished 1:30:14 Application Data 1:33:01 Close notify 1:37:44 Attacks and Vulnerabilities 1:38:17 FREAK 1:38:21 BEAST 1:39:55 POODLE 1:43:09 CRIME/BREACH 1:47:48 HEARTBLEED 1:49:10 Tips and Gotchas 1:51:34 Common Errors 1:51:43 Performance tips 1:54:03 Remember to renew 1:56:30 Staying secure 1:57:09 TLS Termination 1:59:02 Closing 2:01:16 Extra Credit 2:01:21 Thanks 2:03:24
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How to enable TLS v1.1/v1.2 for Windows 7/8 and Outlook 2007/2010/2013 https://my.kualo.com/knowledgebase/33_windows---configuring-email/1403_how-to-enable-tls-v1.1v1.2-for-windows-78-and-outlook-2007201020132016.html Find your perfect domain https://www.kualo.com/domains Create your web site today https://www.kualo.com/websites Cheap UK and USA web hosting https://www.kualo.com/webhosting Reseller hosting https://www.kualo.com/resellers Professional Email Solutions https://www.kualo.com/email Cloud, Dedicated & Complex Hosting from Kualo https://www.kualo.com/servers
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by Hubert Kario At: FOSDEM 2017 The Transport Layer Protocol is becoming more and more complex. With more than4 versions deployed side-by-side, the complexity of servers is increasing evenfaster. To fight this, we've started to work on TLS test framework that hopefullywe'll later be able to turn into a dedicated TLS protocol fuzzer. Currently wehave a battery of tests for obscure and not so obscure bugs as well as generalcompliance with RFCs defining the TLS protocol. Room: H.1308 (Rolin) Scheduled start: 2017-02-05 13:30:00
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Difference between POP3 and IMAP What is IMAP and POP? These two are the most common incoming email protocols. These protocols are used to connect your mail box server to an email client. Here an email client refers to for an example (microsoft outlook or mozila thunderbird). So basically it allows you to send and receive the emails from mail client just we mentioned from Outlook or Thunderbird to your desktop/laptop. It also allows you to access your Emails through Online web services like Gmail, Microsoft Mail or on the mobile devices like your smart phones or tablets. Whats the difference? What is POP? So POP stands for Post office Protocol and the latest version is POP3 and it is supported by all email client and servers. POP3 download mails on your local device(Computer or Phone or Tablets) using the client and deletss them from the email server. By using POP an internet connected email client, accesses the mail server, then it download all your mails to local device(Computer or Phone or Tablets) and then it marks the messages for deletion on Email Server. So it means that if you have received emails using POP, they can only be accessible on specific email client on a specific device that you downloaded to. Which means that they can not be accessible through the other clients on devices other than that you downloaded to. However some email clients allow you to keep the copy of emails on server. and once you delete them from your client it may not get synced with the email server. What is IMAP? IMAP stands for Internet Message Access Protocol. Unlike POP3 which downloads and auto deletes the emails from email server, IMAP allows us to view emails from any internet connected Email Clients or web email services from any device at multiple locations. This feature has made it popular So basically if you are using IMAP to access your mails, your email client receives a copy of emails and the original stays on the email server, rather than deleting them from server. This feature makes is possible for us to access our mails from any client on any devices unless you deletes them from one client. Synchronization is done with all the devices and email server. If you delete an email from one of the client on one of the devices, it gets deleted from the server and other devices too. Main Differences are as below. 1) If you want to receive your e-mail messages only on one single computer or device, then POP3 is usefull, while using IMAP you can access your mails on multiple devices simultaneously at any time. 2) POP is a one way communication, because it deletes the messages once you download them to your local device and then disconnects the device from Mail Server, While IMAP is a two way communication, where retrives your mails and caches it on local device and keep the original content on server. Synchronication is done both the way. 3) Both protocols operate on different ports. 4) POP3 does not require an internet connection if you want to access the downloaded e-mails unless you want to retrieve new e-mails. While IMAP which stores your emails in cache only requires internet connection all the time.
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Author and talk show host Robert McMillen explains how to create send connectors using Microsoft Exchange 2010.
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