I am sharing an Office 365 Calendar using a Security Group. When the calendar was initially shared, it sent invitation emails to the group members. How do I manage invitations when I add someone to the group? It doesn't appear to do it automatically.
I'm looking for a cybersecurity-oriented managed service provider that will monitor a single Windows webserver for a small business that will be launching a web app soon. Most MSPs have a minimum that is too expensive for this organization. Any ideas on firms that will take a client that small, are reasonable and provide good service?
I get scam attempt emails all the time, however, this one caught my eye due to how cleverly it's been put together. An almost perfect reproduction of a genuine Energy Australia electricity bill. Two screw-ups from this particular scammer though - An invalid "From:" email address and the Copyright statement at the bottom of the bill is dated 2017.
Other than those two mistakes, it is an almost perfect reproduction that I fear would fool the majority of technically challenged users. Even the Sign in to My Account etc. links are genuine. Take a look at this:
The "view your bill" link is bogus and hyperlinks to the following address, which I've purposely mangled to make it unclickable.
h t t p: // org155 DOT outdoorjacketstore DOT com / route / b65ffaead5b87a47
Give a heads up to your folks if you still have them, as well anyone else you think might benefit from this information.
I consider myself very well-informed when it comes to computer security and I did not know this. How did Microsoft manage that this did not start a giant outcry, back then? Must be, because the security advisory simply does not even rate this "critical"!