Monthly Archives: May 2017

How much would you trust Microsoft Azure?

If you are working with Microsoft Cloud sometimes, you may have heard about Microsoft Trust Center where Microsoft proves to its customers a trustworthy platform. From the center, Microsoft shows not only compliance achievement but also security privacy and its … Continue reading

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Protecting your Azure Virtual Machine with Microsoft Antimalware

The world of virus and malware are unpredictable. There are many historically stories about the virus for example Conflicker or Nimda which damaged hugely to hijacked network. The most recent story is ransomware WannaCry which is considered the largest attack … Continue reading

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Security shared responsibility in Azure IaaS

Cloud computing is heterogeneously broad, relating to variety of software services to hardware infrastructure. Nevertheless, people are still following the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), defining three service models:

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Quick notes about self-signed certificate with Point-to-Site Azure VPN

Connecting directly through RDP to your system is not recommended in a practical security. It is because the RDP connection goes through the Internet which is weak. To add more extra layer of security, you should set up a jump … Continue reading

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