Category: Microsoft Defender for Office

๐Ÿ”’ Exciting Insights from the Belgian Microsoft Cloud & Security Community Event! ๐Ÿ”

Had an incredible time at the recent Belgian Microsoft Cloud & Security Community Event, and I’m thrilled to share highlights from the event in my latest video! ๐ŸŒ Organizer Spotlight: Michael Van Horenbeeck Michael provided invaluable insights into what makes the community thrive and the incredible impact it has on fostering collaboration in the Microsoft […] your SPF is a phishing problem!

A massive phishing campaign is targeting, impersonating their domain. It is common for phishing campaigns to impersonate government domains. However, during my investigation, I observed that the attackers were sending phishing emails from an IP address that was listed in the SPF record of This video showcases the steps taken during the investigation […]

Insider Threat: Malicious admin reading your emails!

Email privacy is a very sensitive subject. Permissions to inboxes are heavily managed and it’s a very bad idea to give yourself as an IT Admin permissions to a mailbox of an end-user. There are multiple options to get access to the content of a mailbox, but some are more stealthy than others. In this […]

Detect security policy changes

Who changed my security baseline? Configuring your tenant with correct security policies that match the needs of your company or customer takes time and effort. But once everything is in place you can sleep on both ears… right? Unless other admins change the security baseline behind your back. This isn’t necessarily with bad intentions. Security […]

Microsoft Attack Simulator: The GOOD, the BAD & the BUGS

I have done a deep dive into Microsoftโ€™s Attack Simulator and want to share my 2 centโ€™s about my experience. I will be showing tips, explaining different attack methods, easily creating custom payloads, explaining features, discovering a BUG, and much more! Chapters 0:00 – Intro: attack simulator 0:33 – Licensing 0:46 – Where can I […]