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Intense SSO failures

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Hello everyone,

Recently after the update we started getting errors for SSO that say Intense SSO failures.
While investigating execution chain, I only ran into outcome reason as "Strong authentication is required or device authentication failed".
Is there anything else we can investigate here, is this something we need to worry about or?

Best regards.

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L4 Transporter

Hi @DragomirGaliaIT, thank you for writing to Live Community.

The Intense SSO Failure alert is an analytics alert from AzureAD or OKTA  resulting from an abnormally high amount of SSO authentication attempts being made within a short period of time, which could suggest a potential brute-force attack.

You can read more about the alert logic, as well as some suggestive investigative actions in our documentation page.

Hope this helps!


 

 

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L4 Transporter

Hi @DragomirGaliaIT, thank you for writing to Live Community.

The Intense SSO Failure alert is an analytics alert from AzureAD or OKTA  resulting from an abnormally high amount of SSO authentication attempts being made within a short period of time, which could suggest a potential brute-force attack.

You can read more about the alert logic, as well as some suggestive investigative actions in our documentation page.

Hope this helps!


 

 

Visit our Cortex XDR Customer Corner on Live Community to access resources for your product journey, engage in discussions with community members and subject matter experts, and register for upcoming events: Cortex XDR Customer Corner

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