HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is a security feature that allows websites to specify that browsers should only interact with them over secure HTTPS connections.
Check Point Identity Awareness module provides visibility into network traffic, allowing organizations to enforce security policies based granular control over user access. Recently, I encountered
IPv6 stands as the next-generation protocol designed to address the limitations of IPv4 and accommodate the ever-expanding landscape of internet-connected devices. Here you can see
Authelia, a robust authentication and authorization server, is a cornerstone in securing applications with features like multi-factor authentication. One crucial aspect of Authelia's security is
Email headers can provide sensitive and valuable information. For security purposes it is highly recommended to avoid sending private IP addresses, versions, etc... Example email