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Regarding the blog of René Winkelmeyer there are security holes in the Outlook for iOS and Android clients which was released on Thursday, January 29th. René checked the client and found out following security breaks ( thanks to René for posting ):
File sharing capabilities
The app has built-in connectors to OneDrive, Dropbox and Google Drive. That means a user can setup his personal account within the app and share all mail attachments using those services. Or use files from those services within his company mail account. That’s a data security nightmare.
It doesn’t matter if you’re using a containerized solution like the Apple built-in separation of managed and unmanaged apps. The same applies to every other container. The communication is app-internal and you cannot control that.
Shared Exchange ActiveSync ID and device type
It gets even more worse. Each ActiveSync client normally has a unique ID for data synchronization. That allows administrators to distinguish a users devices. Micros…
Create a Program document in the server's Domino directory:
1. Open the Domino directory 2. Select the Server view 3. Select Programs view 4. Click Add Program 5. Under the Basics tab and in the field Program name enter: nserver (for iSeries, enter server) 6. In the Command line enter: -c "quit" ( for ending the Lotus Domino Server ) -c "restart server" ( for restarting the Lotus Domino Server ) 7. Fill in the Server to run on field and also set a schedule under the Schedule tab. The server does not need to be rebooted for this Program document to take effect
Caution: If your server requires a password at start up, the server will shut down and restart, but will sit and wait for the password to be manually entered.