Tag: Security

Difference Between Named Credential and External Credential in Salesforce

In today’s data-driven business landscape, seamless integration of various applications and services is paramount to streamline processes and improve efficiency. Salesforce, as a leading CRM platform, is no stranger to this requirement. Among the plethora of features it offers, Named and External Credentials are two key components that facilitate secure and efficient communication between Salesforce and external systems.

In this blog post, I will focus on the differences between Named and External Credentials in Salesforce, exploring their key features.

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How To Secure Apex Code With User Mode Database Operations | Spring 23 Release

Apex code runs in System Mode by default, with elevated access. If you want to run apex code respecting the running user’s permission, now after Spring 23 release, you can do that. With Spring 23 release, Salesforce is bringing the option to execute apex Database and Search methods in user mode instead of default system mode. In this blog post, I will share some examples, but if you prefer to watch videos instead of reading the post, you can do that by watching the video below, which I have published on my Youtube Channel – Technical Potpourri.

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How Salesforce & Google Cloud handles Denial of Service (“DoS”) attack

Denial of Service (DoS) attacks are a common and serious threat to the availability of online services. These attacks are designed to overwhelm a targeted server or network with a flood of traffic, making it impossible for legitimate users to access the service. In this blog post, I will discuss the various types of DoS attacks, the methods used to protect against them, and best practices for protecting your online services from these attacks. Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) One of the most common types of DoS attacks is a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. DDoS attacks are...

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Disable The Redirection After Enabling Enhanced Domain In Salesforce

Salesforce’s enhanced domains feature is an easy and secure way to ensure that your Salesforce URLs contain your company-specific My Domain name.  I have written a blog post to discuss this new feature and why this is so important. You can read the blog -> Understand the Salesforce’s Enhanced Domain Feature. Now today in this blog, I am going to share with you how you can disable the redirection after enabling Enhanced Domain in Salesforce. Process Go to My Domain option from Quick Find. Then click on Edit in the Policies Section.  Once done, select the option “Don’t redirect...

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Understand the Salesforce’s Enhanced Domain Feature

Salesforce’s enhanced domains feature is an easy and secure way to ensure that your Salesforce URLs contain your company-specific My Domain name. In this blog post, I will discuss the advantages of using Salesforce’s enhanced domain feature and explain how it meets the latest security standards. Table of Contents What is Enhanced Domain Feature? Examples of My Domain URL Formats with Enhanced Domains What are the benefits of using Salesforce’s enhanced domain feature? How does Salesforce’s enhanced domain feature meet the latest security standards? How to set up Salesforce’s enhanced domain feature? What if I do nothing? Additional Resources...

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