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Azure AD – Ensure you have TLS 1.2 enabled on your on-premises systems interacting with Azure AD

As announced in early November 2020, support for old versions of TLS (TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1) and ciphers (3DES cipher suite) are going to be deprecated and no longer supported starting June 30, 2021. You have to ensure your on-premises systems interacting with Azure AD – such as Azure AD Connect, Azure AD Application …

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Azure AD – Azure AD App Proxy now supports Remote Desktop web client

By now, you may already know the Azure Active Directory App Proxy (AAD App Proxy), the solution integrated with Azure AD to publish internal resources securely without having to configure firewall (open port, define target…) and providing Single Sign On with Azure AD (if the published application support it). You may already using Azure App …

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Azure – You need to review if your certificates have been issued by compliant CA

As you know, certificates are more heavily used and important than ever to protect communication between clients and services. Well, the Certificate Authority (CA) Browser (https://cabforum.org/) members recently published a report detailing multiple certificates issued by certification authorities (CA) were out the industry standard for publicly trusted CA’s. You can read the reports here: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1649951 …

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