Exchange OWA Deployments Are Not Safe from Brute Force Attacks

March 21, 2013
Categories: Blog, brute force attack, OWA Guard, OWA Security, Security

I recently read an interesting article that stated “automated password-cracking software can perform 100 million checks per second – equating to a four-character password being cracked in 0.16 seconds, and a six-character password in just 11.4 minutes.” (SC Magazine, February 2013)

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OWA Protection Against Cybercrime with FBI Security Recommendations #2

February 1, 2013
Categories: Blog, brute force attack, cybercrime, OWA Guard, OWA Security, Security

 

Messageware can help you meet the FBI’s recommendations for protecting your organization against cyber threats by securing the OWA Sign-On page and providing insight into logon and connection activity.
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OWA Protection Against Cybercrime with FBI Security Recommendations #1

January 1, 2013
Categories: AttachView, Blog, brute force attack, cybercrime, OWA Security, Security

 

Messageware can help you meet the FBI's recommendations for protecting your organization against cyber threats by securing OWA email attachments and your sensitive corporate information.
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