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Microsoft Defender for Office 365: Admins can block top level domain addresses within Tenant Allow/Block List

Microsoft Defender for Office 365: Admins can block top level domain addresses within Tenant Allow/Block List

Microsoft Defender for Office 365 has released a new feature that allows admins to block top level domain addresses within the Tenant Allow/Block List. This new feature, available on the web cloud platform, was released in the General Availability phase in May CY2024. With the ability to block top level domains, administrators can strengthen their defense against phishing and other cyber attacks.

For more information on this feature, check out the Microsoft Defender for Office 365 Roadmap ID 389853. Stay protected and stay secure with Microsoft's latest updates!

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