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BeeOnLion

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Hi All

We are running a security test on our server using a 3rd party company & they have come back with an issue

Mail Server Accepts Plaintext Credentials

They have suggested that we do the following:

Disable the plaintext authentication methods on your SMTP server for unencrypted (non-SSL/TLS) sessions. You may consider using more advanced challenge-based authentication methods like CRAM-MD5 or DIGEST-MD5.

Is it possible to do the above in Kerio & if so could you point me in the right direction Smile

Thanks a million

[Updated on: Mon, 22 July 2013 12:48]

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Macman2013

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Disable it then Wink

Advanced options - Security Policy

Enabled authentication methods

untick PLAIN
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Thanks Macman easy when you know how Smile
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