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Microsoft appears to be addressing this with the focus on Office Server, where word documents are previewed (and edited in some cases) on a separate server that resides in the DMZ. Exchange 2013, and Lync 2013 (Skype for Business) both have some connection to the Office Web Server, but the Preferred Architecture for Exchange 2016 expects a deeper commitment ...


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The following solution might not scale well, but: Set up BIND or similar DNS resolver server on the host you want to protect Configure it to validate DNSSEC (can take maximum 10 minutes) Configure a software firewall so that only your DNS server can query the upstream DNS servers Optionally use a browser addon which can display the DNSSEC status You can ...


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BEAST is a vulnerability on the client, not on the server. A server is not, and never has been, "vulnerable to BEAST". There is some confusion about tools that "test SSL servers", that may report a "BEAST vulnerability" if the server fails to fix a vulnerable clients -- namely, if the client is vulnerable, and specifies in its ClientHello that it prefers to ...



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