Recommended update for ruby2.1 643

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Recommended update for mksh 641

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Red Hat Introduces Fully Containerized API Management Platform

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RALEIGH, N.C. — April 25, 2017 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today introduced Red Hat 3scale API Management as a fully containerized, on-premise offering for end-to-end API lifecycle management. The on-premise release builds on the existing cloud-based SaaS offering and expands Continue Reading

Demo – Mapping Work Versus Time, With Burndown Charts

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Every software development team likely feels pressure to move faster, shipping more software in shorter time periods. With GitLab 9.1, we’ve introduced burndown charts to further help you track and manage your work. Burndown charts for projects help teams visualize the number of issues that are incomplete as they progress Continue Reading

The Critical Need for MSSPs

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Congratulations, you built a company worth breaking into! Seriously – there are, right now, Criminal Enterprises that are executing deliberate and methodical plans of attack in order to breach your company and strip it of its most valuable assets. Cybercrime is a multi-billion dollar business, and cybercriminals capitalize on finding Continue Reading

Kali Linux 2017.1 Release

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[20170408] – Core – Information Disclosure

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Project: Joomla! SubProject: CMS Severity: Low Versions: 3.4.0 through 3.6.5 Exploit type: Information Disclosure Reported Date: 2016-Feb-06 Fixed Date: 2017-April-25 CVE Number: CVE-2017-8057 Description Multiple files caused full path disclosures on systems with enabled error reporting. Affected Installs Joomla! CMS versions 3.4.0 through 3.6.5 Solution Upgrade to version 3.7.0 Contact The JSST at Continue Reading

[20170407] – Core – ACL Violations

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Project: Joomla! SubProject: CMS Severity: Low Versions: 3.2.0 through 3.6.5 Exploit type: ACL Violation Reported Date: 2017-March-01 Fixed Date: 2017-April-25 CVE Number: CVE-2017-7989 Description Inadequate mime type checks allowed low-privilege users to upload swf files even if they were explicitly forbidden. Affected Installs Joomla! CMS versions 3.2.0 through 3.6.5 Solution Upgrade to version Continue Reading

[20170406] – Core – ACL Violations

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Project: Joomla! SubProject: CMS Severity: Low Versions: 1.6.0 through 3.6.5 Exploit type: ACL Violation Reported Date: 2016-April-29 Fixed Date: 2017-April-25 CVE Number: CVE-2017-7988 Description Inadequate filtering of form contents lead allow to overwrite the author of an article. Affected Installs Joomla! CMS versions 1.6.0 through 3.6.5 Solution Upgrade to version 3.7.0 Contact The Continue Reading

[20170405] – Core – XSS Vulnerability

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Project: Joomla! SubProject: CMS Severity: Low Versions: 3.2.0 through 3.6.5 Exploit type: XSS Reported Date: 2016-February-28 Fixed Date: 2017-April-25 CVE Number: CVE-2017-7987 Description Inadequate escaping of file and folder names leads to XSS vulnerabilites in the template manager component. Affected Installs Joomla! CMS versions 3.2.0 through 3.6.5 Solution Upgrade to version 3.7.0 Contact Continue Reading

Security update for jasper 13051

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Security update for audiofile 542

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Recommended update for nfs-utils 540

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How to start your online store with WooCommerce

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When it comes to e-commerce, picking the right platform to power your online store is a difficult choice. Whichever one you go with needs to be fast, secure, and feature-filled, so where are you supposed to begin looking? With over 1+ million active installs and a 4.6 user rating on Continue Reading

GitLab Patch Release: 9.0.3

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Today we’re releasing version 9.0.3 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). This version resolves a number of regressions and bugs in this month’s 9.0 release. Please read on for more details. CE/EE: Allow users to import GitHub projects to subgroups. (!10344) CE/EE: Remove unnecessary ORDER BY clause Continue Reading

GitLab 9.0.4, 8.17.5, and 8.16.9 Released

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Today we are releasing versions 9.0.4, 8.17.5, and 8.16.9 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). These versions contain several security fixes, including security upgrades for Mattermost, a fix for script injection using class attributes, a fix for a private project name disclosure vulnerability, a fix for a Continue Reading

How to add a new connection in mobile Parallels Client v15.5

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Parallels Remote Application Server is a comprehensive virtual application and desktop delivery solution that allows employees to access and use applications and data from any device. In past blogs, we have talked about Parallels RAS features and licensing. Today, we’d like to walk you through Parallels RDP Client peculiarities and Continue Reading

Switching between Windows Server 2016 Server Core and Desktop Experience

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We have frequently been asked why we removed the option to add and remove the Server GUI package to the Windows Server 2016 Server Core install option like you could in Windows Server 2012 R2. This was one of those challenging functional trade-offs that sometimes need to be made during Continue Reading

Recommended update for libzypp, zypper 538

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Recommended update for libzypp, zypper 13050

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Security update for the Linux Kernel 13048

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Security update for the Linux Kernel 13047

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GitLab's Functional Group Updates – March 27th-30th

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Every day from Monday to Thursday, right before our GitLab Team call, a different Functional Group gives an update to our team. The format of these calls is simple and short where they can either give a presentation or quickly walk the team through their agenda. Recordings All of the Continue Reading

GitLab in Action: Part 2

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Between June and December of 2016, two GitLab developers traveled around the world visiting team members and working remotely. Be sure to read Around the World in 6 Releases for more background on the trip. For the first part of our trip we were lucky enough to have Emily join Continue Reading

Insomni'hack 2017

This year I again participated in the Insomni’hack conference held in Geneva, Switzerland. Workshops The conference started off with workshops, including mine on Android malware reversing – provided at cost. The workshop’s virtual environment for reversing can be downloaded here from github. That’s me in the middle (no, rather the beginning) of the workshop Continue Reading

Parallels and Ingram Micro Announce Distribution Agreement

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Parallels Inc. has signed a distribution agreement with Ingram Micro Inc. making Ingram Micro the authorized distributor for Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) for the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META) region. Parallels RAS is one of the fastest growing, most cost-effective and easy-to-use application and desktop delivery solutions available Continue Reading

When Choosing a Security Solution, Start with the Market Leader

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Designing and deploying a security strategy for any organization is a daunting task.  In addition to the challenges of assessing your business needs and risks, you have to select a vendor – or vendors – that you are willing to entrust with the protection of your company’s most valuable assets. Continue Reading

Version 56 Support Extended

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cPanel, Inc. has extended the End of Life for cPanel & WHM version 56 by six months. Version 56 will now reach End of Life in October, 2017. This version is the last to support 32-bit Operating Systems, CentOS 5, RHEL 5, and CloudLinux 5, and we are extending our Continue Reading

PrestaShop 1.7.1.0 is now available

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Optimization, performance and functionality are the major themes in this release A few months ago we introduced you to PrestaShop 1.7, a major release that featured big improvements to the user experience. Today, we’re very happy to announce the availability of PrestaShop 1.7.1.0! Thanks to the feedback from our user Continue Reading

Fortinet Security Fabric: Protecting the Unique Environment of Industrial Control Systems

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Industrial Control System (ICS) is a general term for command and control systems designed to support industrial processes. We find ICS environments in all industries: manufacturing, automotive, medical systems, refineries, power, water, and more. With the rise of Industrial IoT (I-IoT), connected devices such as electric meters, water flow gauges, pipeline Continue Reading

Security update for samba 480

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Security update for libpng16 478

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Security update for samba 481

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GitLab 9.0.2 Released

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Today we are releasing version 9.0.2 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). This version contains two important security fixes for the recently introduced nested groups feature of GitLab 9.0. We recommend that all GitLab installations running version 9.0 be upgraded as soon as possible. These security vulnerabilities Continue Reading

Updates to the Google Safe Browsing’s Site Status Tool

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(Cross-posted from the Google Security Blog) Google Safe Browsing gives users tools to help protect themselves from web-based threats like malware, unwanted software, and social engineering. We are best known for our warnings, which users see when they attempt to navigate to dangerous sites or download dangerous files. We also Continue Reading

Microsoft Word File Spreads Malware Targeting Both Mac OS X and Windows (Part II)

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In the blog we posted on March 22, FortiGuard Labs introduced a new Word Macro malware sample that targets both Apple Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows. After deeper investigation of this malware sample, we can confirm that after a successful infection the post-exploitation agent Meterpreter is run on the Continue Reading

Recommended update for timezone 13038

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Security update for ceph 186

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Security update for samba 13037

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Red Hat Reseller and Alliance Partners Help Companies Find Success with Red Hat Storage Solutions

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LAS VEGAS – Red Hat North America Partner Conference — March 28, 2017 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that more than 20 North American reseller partners are now accredited to sell the company’s software-defined storage solutions, Red Hat Ceph Continue Reading

Top 10 Features to boost sales and run your e-commerce business more efficiently

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In an ever growing and competitive online market, you are always looking for the right tools and features to help you sprint ahead. That’s why we offer innovative built-in features to boost your sales and run your e-commerce business more efficiently. Run all types of products Key features: type of Continue Reading

4sysops Praises “Admin-Friendly” Parallels RAS Virtualization Solution

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4sysops published a glowing review of the industry-leading application delivery solution, Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS). The review was written by Timothy Warner. In the review, Warner walked readers through the benefits of the Parallels RAS key features, architecture, publishing workflow, and client experience. About 4sysops One of the top Continue Reading

Parallels and Dupaco Reach Distribution Agreement

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Parallels and Dupaco last week announced a distribution agreement between the two companies that will see Dupaco, already one of the largest True Value Added Distributors in the Netherlands, become the distributors of Parallels cross-platform solutions within the region. This agreement comes after months of close collaboration between the two Continue Reading

MailEnable Version 9.7 Release

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RSS: MailEnable Version 9.7 Release Version 9.7 is now available. It includes new features like: Facebook Login for Webmail/Mobile Webmail The most significant feature is the integrated Facebook login. For an overview please refer to the following documentation: https://www.mailenable.com/kb/content/article.asp?ID=ME020662 Once configured, users will be able to login access their mail Continue Reading

Security update for sane-backends 13029

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Recommended update for mlocate 403

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Optional update for Initial release of amazon-ssm-agent 401

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Red Hat Adds New NIST Certification for OpenSCAP, Expands Footprint for Open IT Security Standards

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RALEIGH, N.C. — March 17, 2017 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that OpenSCAP 1.2, an open source Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) scanner, has been certified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology as a U.S. government evaluated Continue Reading

Demo – Mastering Code Review With GitLab

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Watch Discussion Lead Sean McGivern demonstrate our typical code review process. Whatever your team’s workflow, we expect you face immense pressure to quickly ship new features. In our 2016 Developer Survey, 81 percent of developers admit to releasing code before it’s ready, citing the pressure of tight or unrealistic deadlines Continue Reading

How is team-member-1 doing?

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The engineer that gave the unfortunate command to delete our primary database was not only on our minds but also of other people. He’s known by the community as “team-member-1”, as we refered to him by this expression in our public communications during the incident. After we posted the postmortem Continue Reading

GitLab Critical Security Update Pre-Announcement

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On Monday, March 20th, 2017 at 23:59 UTC, we will publish a critical GitLab security update. More details will be forthcoming on our blog, including which versions of GitLab are affected. We recommend installations running affected versions to upgrade immediately. Please forward this alert to the appropriate people at your Continue Reading

Grabbot is Back to Nab Your Data

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Introduction Fortinet has discovered a new botnet capable of stealing large amounts of user information, as well as remotely manipulating compromised machines. The malware appears to be based on an older botnet known as Grabbot, which was first discovered back in November of 2014. This new variant improves on that existing Continue Reading

Blockchain and Financial System Impact

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Blockchain is a technology that basically distributes a ledger. For those of you in the financial management world, you know a ledger as the trusted source of transactions or facts. The same is true with blockchain. But instead of existing in a large leather bound tome or in a financial Continue Reading

Recommended update for systemd 389

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Webuzo System Application Updated

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We have updated phpMyAdmin to 4.6.6 in MySQL 5.5, MySQL 5.6, MariaDB 5.5, MariaDB 10, MariaDB 10.1 and Percona 5.5 packages. The blowfish secret length is also increased to 32 in this latest update. phpMyAdmin is a free software tool written in PHP, intended to handle the administration of MySQL Continue Reading

Webuzo System Application Updated : PHP 7.1 (7.1.2)

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Click install PHP 7.1 from the Webuzo Library. PHP 7.1 is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML Review , Rate and View Demo of PHP 7.1 here:http://www.webuzo.com/sysapps/server_side_scripting/PHP_7.1

Webuzo System Application Updated : PHP 7.0 (7.0.16)

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Click install PHP 7.0 from the Webuzo Library. PHP 7.0 is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML Review , Rate and View Demo of PHP 7.0 here:http://www.webuzo.com/sysapps/server_side_scripting/PHP_7.0

Cloudflare at Google NEXT 2017

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The Cloudflare team is headed to Google NEXT 2017 from March 8th – 10th at Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA. We’re excited to meet with customers, partners, and new friends. Come learn about Cloudflare’s recent partnership with Google Cloud Platform (CGP) through their CDN Interconnect Program. Cloudflare offers performance Continue Reading

Recommended update for boost 332

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Recommended update for sssd 13009

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Security update for tigervnc 335

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[infra] scheduled major outage for several services

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[infra] scheduled major outage for several services Wednesday , 8, March 2017 Fabian Arrotin Uncategorized As announced, and confirmed on the centos-devel list, next week we’ll have a major outage impacting several services that are hosted in the same DC : due to some reorganization at the DC/Cage level, we’ll Continue Reading

Invite Your Engineers To Talk Business. Here's Why.

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  • March 8, 2017
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Every business today is a technology business. Whether it supports your business model or itself is the business model, your technology stack plays a key role. What your engineering team ships, and how they ship, has direct and measureable consequences for your business, even if they traditionally prefer to think Continue Reading

GitLab's Functional Group Updates – Feb 21-28

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Every day from Monday to Thursday, right before our GitLab team call, a different Functional Group gives an update to our team. The format of these calls is simple and short where they can either give a presentation or quickly walk the team through their agenda. Recordings All of the Continue Reading

Security update for openssh 13005

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  • March 7, 2017
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Increase availability, efficiency, & innovation Virtual Machine Driver Pack Paravirtualized disk, network, & balloon drivers SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Office tools that work with Windows, Mac & UNIX SUSE Linux Enterprise Workstation Extension Use your enterprise server as a workstation SUSE Embedded For stable and secure Continue Reading

Recommended update for powerpc-utils 13007

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  • March 7, 2017
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Increase availability, efficiency, & innovation Virtual Machine Driver Pack Paravirtualized disk, network, & balloon drivers SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Office tools that work with Windows, Mac & UNIX SUSE Linux Enterprise Workstation Extension Use your enterprise server as a workstation SUSE Embedded For stable and secure Continue Reading

Security update for unzip 13006

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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Increase availability, efficiency, & innovation Virtual Machine Driver Pack Paravirtualized disk, network, & balloon drivers SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Office tools that work with Windows, Mac & UNIX SUSE Linux Enterprise Workstation Extension Use your enterprise server as a workstation SUSE Embedded For stable and secure Continue Reading

3 Tips for Introducing Continuous Workflows to Your Development Process

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We know that developers see Continuous Integration as an integral part of their workflow, but working in a continuous manner goes beyond just the technical. Here are some ways your teams can be more continuous throughout the development lifecycle. Adopt DevOps Releases get delayed and broken code gets shipped when Continue Reading

We are changing the IP of GitLab Pages on GitLab.com

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  • March 7, 2017
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GitLab Pages’ IP on GitLab.com is changing from 104.208.235.32 to 52.167.214.135! Learn which websites are affected by this change, which settings you’ll have to update, and how much time you have to do it. What is changing? We are changing the IP address of GitLab Pages server on GitLab.com to Continue Reading

Improving Australia’s Cybersecurity Through Integration and Automation

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  • March 7, 2017
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As evidenced by the $230 million Cyber Security Strategy launched last April, the Australian government is taking the growing cyber security threat very seriously. A key piece of the government’s national cyber security strategy was updating the Australian Signals Directorate’s Top 4 list of security mitigation strategies deemed essential for Continue Reading

FortiGuard Labs Telemetry – Roundup and Comparison of 2015 and 2016 IoT Threats

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  • March 7, 2017
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Attacks targeting and originating from IoT devices began grabbing news headlines toward the last quarter of 2016. Insecure IoT devices became the low-hanging fruit for threat actors to easily exploit. Some were even notoriously used as botnets to launch DDoS attacks against selected targets. For example, the infamous Mirai botnet Continue Reading

WordPress 4.7.3 Security and Maintenance Release

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  • March 7, 2017
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WordPress 4.7.3 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.7.2 and earlier are affected by six security issues: Cross-site scripting (XSS) via media file metadata.  Reported by Chris Andrè Dale, Yorick Koster, and Simon P. Briggs. Continue Reading

How Do I Generate A Complete Memory Dump If I Am Asked By Support

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  • March 6, 2017
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Generating a complete memory dump – On occasion, the Parallels Support team may determine a memory dump is necessary when troubleshooting. Follow the steps below to create a complete memory dump: Open the Run utility. Enter the text sysdm.cpl. A window will pop up. Select the Advanced tab, then click on Continue Reading

Python 3.6.1rc1 is now available for testing

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  • March 5, 2017
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Python 3.6.1rc1 is now available.   Python 3.6.1rc1 is the release candidate for the first maintenance release of Python 3.6, which was initially released in 2016-12 to great interest.   Three months later, we are providing the first set of bugfixes and documentation updates to 3.6.  See the What’s New In Continue Reading

Interview with HostAdvice

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  • February 27, 2017
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We had a great opportunity to be interview by HostAdvice a few weeks back. Read more about the ReadySpace approach in helping our customer grow their business using Cloud Services in a recent interview by HostAdvice Thank you Jack Goldstein for this!

How Advanced Threat Protection Can Help Protect Financial Data

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  • February 25, 2017
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Technology integration in the financial services industry has opened opportunities that could only be dreamed of a few decades back. Around the turn of the millennium, we began seeing banks set up websites for internet-based banking, and about a decade later, mobile banking customers began tapping their smartphones to make Continue Reading

FortiClient Scores High in the Latest Advanced Endpoint Protection Report from NSS Labs

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  • February 25, 2017
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Fortinet is highly committed to the public testing of our products and solutions. We participate in dozens of tests from variety of labs that use a spectrum of testing and analysis approaches. Not only do test results give customers a snapshot into the efficacy and value of a solution, but Continue Reading

Case Study on Enterprise South Liverpool Academy Using Parallels RAS

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  • February 24, 2017
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Parallels RAS empowers students and teachers at Enterprise South Liverpool Academy Enterprise South Liverpool Academy (ESLA) chose the award-winning virtualization solution Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) for two reasons. The first reason was to find an inexpensive method for delivering education applications to students on tablets or small laptops. The Continue Reading

How our UX team worked through ideation using the Four-Step Sketch

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  • February 24, 2017
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Throughout our summit in Cancún, the UX team took advantage of the time we had together by creating workshops that dived into some larger features we thought would benefit from discussing, brainstorming, and sketching. We chose the idea of a smart project dashboard as one of the features to focus Continue Reading

Incident report on memory leak caused by Cloudflare parser bug

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  • February 24, 2017
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Last Friday, Tavis Ormandy from Google’s Project Zero contacted Cloudflare to report a security problem with our edge servers. He was seeing corrupted web pages being returned by some HTTP requests run through Cloudflare. It turned out that in some unusual circumstances, which I’ll detail below, our edge servers were Continue Reading

Q&A: Securing IoT in the World of Healthcare

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  • February 24, 2017
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According to IBM’s 2016 Cyber Security Intelligence Index report, cyber criminals attacked healthcare more than any other industry last year, with more than 100 million healthcare records being compromised. As the use of IoT devices continues to grow in hospitals, we talked to Roger Bailey about the risks, and how Continue Reading

Did you order those iTunes movies? Nope, it’s just phishing for Canadian Apple users

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  • February 24, 2017
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Over the weekend, we encountered an interesting variation of a phishing email targeting Apple users. The email contained an alleged receipt for five movies purchased from the iTunes Store that was so detailed that the user who received it, and who knows better, still almost fell for the scam. Figure Continue Reading

Looking Back at Fortinet’s Security Research and Vulnerability Discoveries

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  • February 23, 2017
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In an effort to provide more proactive protections in Fortinet products and to more effectively identify and defeat network threats, the Fortinet security research team works on discovering potential threats in popular products. As a result, over the past year we have discovered 84 vulnerabilities that have been reported to Continue Reading

Three reasons eCommerce companies should frequently update product prices

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  • February 23, 2017
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Every eCommerce company aims to build a sustainable and profitable business. To do so, they should focus on their pricing strategies. Every business, large or small, can benefit from finding new ways to optimize product pricing. But this doesn’t happen by simply assigning a monthly price list to the whole Continue Reading

Come see the Windows Server team at RSA 2017

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  • February 13, 2017
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Are you going to the RSA Conference in San Francisco on Feb 13th-17th? Microsoft is proud to be a sponsor for another year for one of the largest cybersecurity events in the world. Stop by the Microsoft Infrastructure Security booth (#N3501) where we will have multiple demo stations. Our team Continue Reading

Fortinet at RSA 2017

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  • February 13, 2017
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RSA 2017 is here. IoT and the cloud have had a major impact on the security industry over the past year, and we expect that vendors will be out in force touting their new solutions. The challenge, of course, is that many of these tools and devices will operate in Continue Reading

LiteSpeed Enterprise WebServer for CWP

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  • February 12, 2017
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LiteSpeed Enterprise 30 Day Free Trial! LiteSpeed Enterprise is a high-performance Apache drop-in replacement web server, currently the 4th most popular web server on the internet and the #1 commercial web serverCompatible with commonly used Apache features, including mod_rewrite, .htaccess, and mod_security, LiteSpeed Enterprise can load Apache configuration files directly Continue Reading

Postmortem of database outage of January 31

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  • February 11, 2017
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On January 31st 2017, we experienced a major service outage for one of our products, the online service GitLab.com. The outage was caused by an accidental removal of data from our primary database server. This incident caused the GitLab.com service to be unavailable for many hours. We also lost some Continue Reading

Join GitLab's March Issue Bash

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  • February 11, 2017
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There are currently over 6000 open issues on GitLab CE, and we need your help to sort them out! We have over 1500 GitLab contributors, and we want everyone to be able to find issues to work on. Of course, some lucky contributors will be rewarded with awesome swag! Our Continue Reading

Byline: Solving IoT Security – Pursuing Distributed Security Enforcement

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  • February 11, 2017
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For many of us in the Security Industry, the possibility of using Internet of Things (IoT) devices as a launchpad for an attack has been mostly theoretical. However, information obtained after the massive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack against the services offered by DYN.com appears to show that the threat is Continue Reading

Cloud Services For Small Businesses And How To Enable It

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  • February 10, 2017
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Cloud services for small businesses – While cloud computing has been aggressively embraced by medium- and large-scale enterprises, small businesses have been slower to outsource their IT networks, due to budget constraints and lack of technical resources. How do you enable cloud services for small businesses? The advent of cloud Continue Reading

GitLab Mexico Summit 2017

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  • February 9, 2017
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Six months of planning culminated in 201 GitLabbers taking over one Cancún resort for a long week of meetings, activities, hard work, and fun. If it were appropriate to start a blog post with every emoji that expresses extreme delight, we would. In lieu of that we will just say Continue Reading

5 modules for optimizing sales

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  • February 9, 2017
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You’ve created a PrestaShop store and selected a popular and trustworthy payment method for customers. You’re also offering buyers delivery services that can match any profile—from the thriftiest to the most hurried—and your store’s design is adapted to your product universe. Congratulations! You’re ready to speed up sales on your Continue Reading

“The king is dead, long live the king”: Our Paxos-based consensus

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  • February 9, 2017
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In this blog post, we will describe our Paxos-based solution, named eXtended COMmunications, or simply XCOM, which is a key component in the MySQL Group Replication. XCOM is responsible for disseminating transactions to MySQL instances that are members in a group and for managing their membership. Its key functionalities are: Continue Reading

Our Big Frontend Plan Revealed

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  • February 9, 2017
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The Frontend at GitLab is getting better and better every day. Today we did two big things, and I’d like to share them with you and our big plans for the future. If you use the GDK, then make sure you update it! If you have no idea what I Continue Reading

MailEnable Version 9.60 Release

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  • February 9, 2017
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RSS: MailEnable Version 9.60 Release MailEnable version 9.60 for Standard, Professional, Enterprise and Premium Editions is available for download from the MailEnable Web Site. The following change list outlines changes in version 9.60: RECENT CHANGES ADD: IMAP provides STARTTLS support ADD: IMAP provides LOGINDISABLED support (to force clients to authenticate Continue Reading

How Does Citrix StoreFront Work? | Parallels Answers

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  • February 9, 2017
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Citrix StoreFront enables IT administrators to provide users with access to virtual desktops, applications and data. StoreFront works with the Citrix Receiver client software to support access to XenDesktop and XenApp servers from Windows, Mac, Apple iOS, Google Android, Linux and HTML5 endpoints. In this article we will review the solution Continue Reading

How To Reduce IT Costs With Parallels Remote Application Server

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  • February 8, 2017
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To optimize resources in an era of shrinking  IT budgets, IT network administrators are finding that there are many advantages to implementing a comprehensive virtualization solution. Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) is a leading provider of virtual application and delivery solutions. These solutions are the best way to reduce IT Continue Reading

Five tips to choose the right payment method to grow your online store

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  • February 8, 2017
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The popularity of an online shop amongst consumers depends increasingly on the selection of payment methods available. At the end of an order process, customers want a selection of payment methods that they like to use and that are both simple and practical. Customers will only complete a purchase and Continue Reading

Setting up GitLab Pages with CloudFlare Certificates

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  • February 8, 2017
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CloudFlare SSL/TLS certificates are free to use. If you want your GitLab Pages site to work with them, it’s as simple as could be. There’s just a trick you might not know about (yet)! We assume you’re familiar with SSL/TLS, DNS, GitLab Pages, and CloudFlare. On this page Introduction With Continue Reading

Byline: Protecting Connected Cars

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  • February 8, 2017
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I recently bought a new car with all the bells and whistles. It warns me if I stray out of my lane. It warns me if there is a car in my blind spot. It has adaptive cruise control that slows down if a car pulls in front of me. Continue Reading

Cloudflare Crypto Meetup #5: February 28, 2017

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  • February 8, 2017
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Come join us on Cloudflare HQ in San Francisco on Tuesday, Febrary 28, 2017 for another cryptography meetup. We again had a great time at the last one, we decided to host another. It’s becoming a pattern. We’ll start the evening at 6:00p.m. with time for networking, followed up with Continue Reading

Fortinet’s Partnership with the NHS Alliance in the UK – a Q&A

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  • February 7, 2017
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At a time when the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) faces increasing cyber threats, Fortinet has partnered with the new NHS Alliance to help raise awareness of these threats and better protect our health service moving forwards. Launched in 1948, the NHS has provided free health care, at the point Continue Reading

Case Study on Xillion ICT Solutions using Parallels RAS

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  • February 3, 2017
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Xillion ICT Solutions – Achieves universal client for all OSes, with easy configuration and management interface Xillion ICT Solutions needed a virtualization solution that offered a universal client for all operating systems while being easy to configure and manage. To achieve this, Xillion began working with a comprehensive application delivery solution; Parallels® Continue Reading

Innovation Insights: Defining and Securing IoT

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  • February 3, 2017
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The Internet of Things represents a new genus of the Internet, and enterprises and government agencies are searching for ways to better serve customers and spawn new growth.  Experts predict that by 2020 there will be 4.3 Internet-connected devices for every man, woman, and child on the planet. North America Continue Reading

How to Ensure Your Omni-Channel Strategy is a Success – An Interview with Faguo

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  • February 3, 2017
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The omni-channel strategy has become a web development cornerstone for ambitious and connected entrepreneurs. The aim is to promote sales using various distribution channels synergistically to more effectively reach a wider target base while reducing operational constraints. This is what the French company Faguo was able to achieve with international Continue Reading

NANOG – the art of running a network and discussing common operational issues

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  • February 2, 2017
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The North American Network Operators Group (NANOG) is the loci of modern Internet innovation and the day-to-day cumulative network-operational knowledge of thousands and thousands of network engineers. NANOG itself is a non-profit membership organization; but you don’t need to be a member in order to attend the conference or join Continue Reading

Saudi Organizations Targeted by Resurfaced Shamoon Disk-Wiping Malware

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  • February 2, 2017
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FortiGuard is currently investigating a new wave of attacks targeting Kingdom of Saudi Arabia organizations that use an updated version of the Shamoon malware (also known as DistTrack.) We described this malware in detail a few months ago in a previous article. The key features of that version remain the Continue Reading

A Closer Look at Sage 2.0 Ransomware along with Wise Mitigations

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  • February 2, 2017
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Sage 2.0 is the new kid on an already crowded block of ransomware, demanding hefty ransom of 2.22188 bitcoins (roughly 2000 USD) per infection. We have recently begun seeing this malware being distributed by the same malicious spam campaigns that serve better-known ransomware families, such as Cerber and Locky. In Continue Reading

Zimbra Collaboration 8.7.2 and 8.6 Patch 8 are Available

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  • February 2, 2017
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In July of last year, we announced Zimbra Collaboration 8.7, which included four of my favorite, admin-related features including Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), a new Zimbra Packaging System, SSL Server Name Identification (SNI) and Zimbra Postscreen. Today, I’m thrilled to announce our first minor release of 2017: Zimbra Collaboration 8.7.2, please Continue Reading

Ransomware And The Boot Process

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  • February 2, 2017
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Since its discovery in early 2016, we have tracked a number variations of Petya, a ransomware variant famous for multi-stage encryption that not only locks your computer, but also overwrites the Master Boot Record. Petya continues to persist, and in this blog we will take a deeper look at its more complex second stage Continue Reading

Social marketing and smartphones — trends you should know if you’re working in fashion

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  • February 2, 2017
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Smartphone use is on the rise. Whether they’re keeping up-to-date on social networks, searching online, watching videos, or making purchases, users increasingly prefer to use a smartphone. This has resulted in a change in buyer–seller mentality that is better adapted to new behaviors smartphone technology has set in motion. Social Continue Reading

Protecting everyone from WordPress Content Injection

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  • February 2, 2017
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Today a severe vulnerability was announced by the WordPress Security Team that allows unauthenticated users to change content on a site using unpatched (below version 4.7.2) WordPress. CC BY-SA 2.0 image by Nicola Sap De Mitri The problem was found by the team at Sucuri and reported to WordPress. The Continue Reading

Redirecting URLs And Protocols With Server To Client URL Redirection

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  • January 25, 2017
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If not executed properly, cloud computing and virtualization technologies can add significant complexity to business networks. Administrators must keep optimizing RDS network configurations in order to deliver the best performance from the infrastructure. Server to client URL redirection is an important requirement of RDS networks to achieve optimized server performance. Continue Reading

15 Reasons to Sell Online with PrestaShop

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  • January 25, 2017
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Keep Calm and Sell Online with PrestaShop. Selling online with PrestaShop is about letting sellers push their limits, taking advantage of everything the web has to offer them. In any event, that’s the challenge PrestaShop set for itself nearly ten years ago. With our simple, efficient, powerful, and international solution, Continue Reading

Tutorial: The Perfect Server – Ubuntu 16.04 with Nginx and ISPConfig 3.1

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  • January 25, 2017
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Tutorial: The Perfect Server – Ubuntu 16.04 with Nginx and ISPConfig 3.1 – ISPConfig This tutorial shows the steps to install an Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) server with Nginx, PHP, MariaDB, Postfix, pure-ftpd, BIND, Dovecot and ISPConfig 3.1. ISPConfig is a web hosting control panel that allows you to configure Continue Reading

GitLab 8.16.1, 8.15.5, 8.14.7, and 8.13.12 Security Release

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  • January 24, 2017
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Today we are releasing versions 8.16.1, 8.15.5, 8.14.7, and 8.13.12 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). These versions contain important security fixes, and we recommend that all affected GitLab installations be upgraded to one of these versions. Prevent users from creating notes on resources they can’t access Continue Reading

3 traps to avoid to optimize the UX of your Ecommerce site

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  • January 24, 2017
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Everyone in e-commerce is talking about user experience, but it’s hard to grasp what this term really means, and even harder to optimize it to the point of boosting conversion rates on your online store. So what exactly is user experience? Often called UX, user experience refers to the path Continue Reading

Red Hat Technologies Support TransUnion’s Migration to New IT Environment

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  • January 24, 2017
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RALEIGH, N.C. — January 24, 2017 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that TransUnion, a global risk and information solutions provider, has migrated its applications and systems from a mainframe environment to one partly based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. As part Continue Reading

Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) Deploys Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to Accelerate IT Modernization

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  • January 24, 2017
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RALEIGH, N.C. — January 24, 2017 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that the Schweizerische Bundesbahnen (SBB, Swiss Federal Railways), Switzerland’s national railways company, has deployed Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform as the cornerstone of its IT modernization program. With Continue Reading

Parallels RAS Makes App Delivery Easy And Cost-Effective

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  • January 23, 2017
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The opportunities of the cloud computing and mobile revolution are pushing IT managers to reconsider the way they provide line of business (LOB) applications to the workforce. In order to allow their employees to work seamlessly on different platforms, including mobile devices, organizations are opting for an app delivery solutions Continue Reading

GitLab 8.16 Released with auto deploy on Google Container Engine and Prometheus monitoring as part of GitLab

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  • January 23, 2017
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We’re on a mission to make sure everyone can contribute. That means making the tools in GitLab easy to use, easy to set up and easy to maintain. Along the way some of the major steps were the introduction of zero-setup continuous integration (CI), and auto deploy on Kubernetes in Continue Reading

CubeCart 6.1.4 Released

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  • January 23, 2017
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A security directory traversal vulnerability has been discovered in all version of CubeCart version 6. CubeCart version 6.1.4 has been release which patches this. We recommend that all merchants upgrade to 6.1.4 or patch their store as soon as possible.  Manual Patch: https://github.com/cubecart/v6/commit/8f1ec4e87c58e60e7fd865eabc6a1ab2b721729cDownload: CubeCart-6.1.4.zip We would like to pass on our warm Continue Reading

WordPress 4.7.1 Security and Maintenance Release

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  • January 12, 2017
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WordPress 4.7 has been downloaded over 10 million times since its release on December 6, 2016 and we are pleased to announce the immediate availability of WordPress 4.7.1. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.7 and earlier are Continue Reading

Accelerate 2017 Update General Sessions Overview – Day One

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  • January 12, 2017
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If anyone was unsure of Fortinet’s vision for the future of the digital world, or the impact they plan to have on the cybersecurity industry, the first day of Accelerate 2017 left no doubt in anyone’s mind. Network Security Evolution– Ken Xie, Fortinet Founder and CEO The morning kicked off Continue Reading

OVH Named a Red Hat Certified Cloud and Service Provider

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  • January 11, 2017
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RALEIGH, N.C. — January 10, 2017 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that OVH has joined the Red Hat Certified Cloud and Service Provider (CCSP) program, offering customers and independent software vendors (ISVs) greater confidence from a partner ecosystem when Continue Reading

GitLab 8.15.4, 8.14.6, and 8.13.11 Released

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  • January 11, 2017
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Today we are releasing versions 8.15.4, 8.14.6, and 8.13.11 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). These versions contain important security fixes, and we recommend that all affected GitLab installations be upgraded to one of these versions. Additionally, the 8.15.4 version resolves a number of regressions and bugs Continue Reading

Webuzo System Application Updated : PHP 7.0 (7.0.14)

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  • January 11, 2017
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Click install PHP 7.0 from the Webuzo Library. PHP 7.0 is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML Review , Rate and View Demo of PHP 7.0 here:http://www.webuzo.com/sysapps/server_side_scripting/PHP_7.0

Webuzo System Application Updated : PHP 5.6 (5.6.29)

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Click install PHP 5.6 from the Webuzo Library. PHP 5.6 is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML Review , Rate and View Demo of PHP 5.6 here:http://www.webuzo.com/sysapps/server_side_scripting/PHP_5.6

Webuzo System Application Updated : Percona (5.5.53-38.5)

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Webuzo Percona Stack updated. Percona is free open source solution, Percona Server is a MySQL alternative which offers breakthrough performance, scalability, features, and instrumentation. Self-tuning algorithms and support for extremely high-performance hardware make it the clear choice for organizations that demand excellent performance and reliability from their MySQL database server. Continue Reading

Webuzo System Application Updated : MariaDB (5.5.54)

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Click install MariaDB from the Webuzo Library. MariaDB is a drop-in replacement for MySQL. MariaDB is a community-developed fork of the MySQL relational database management system intended to remain free under the GNU GPL. It is notable for being led by the original developers of MySQL, who forked it due Continue Reading

Webuzo System Application Updated : MariaDB (10.1)

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Click install MariaDB from the Webuzo Library. MariaDB is a community-developed fork of the MySQL relational database management system intended to remain free under the GNU GPL. It is notable for being led by the original developers of MySQL, who forked it due to concerns over its acquisition by Oracle. Continue Reading

Webuzo System Application Updated : MariaDB (10.0)

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Click install MariaDB from the Webuzo Library. MariaDB is a community-developed fork of the MySQL relational database management system intended to remain free under the GNU GPL. It is notable for being led by the original developers of MySQL, who forked it due to concerns over its acquisition by Oracle. Continue Reading

Webuzo 2.5.3 Launched

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  • January 9, 2017
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Hi, The Webuzo Team has released Webuzo 2.5.3. This version introduces some minor fixes.The following is a list of all changes : 1) [Feature] A new setting – Update System has been added in the Admin panel to enable system update using yum or apt-get. 2) [Task] Webuzo Cron by Continue Reading

The Role of Endpoint Security in Today’s Healthcare IT Environment

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  • January 7, 2017
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One. This is the number of opportunities a cybercriminal needs to exploit healthcare network vulnerabilities, steal passwords, install malware, and ultimately work their way through the entire IT ecosystem. Once inside, they could hijack control of medical equipment, gain access to patient data, and much more, ultimately putting patient lives Continue Reading

ISV SaaS – Transform Traditional Software Into Mobile Apps

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Are you struggling to provide your customers with an affordable SaaS option for your software? Leading provider of ISV SaaS solutions, Parallels RAS, is a comprehensive virtualization tool that allows ISVs to centrally host applications and securely publish them to remote devices. ISV SaaS – SaaS solutions are the future Continue Reading

cPanel & WHM 62 in CURRENT tier

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We are excited to announced that cPanel, Inc. has released cPanel & WHM version 62 to the CURRENT tier. Below are just a few of the new features you will see! Ready-to-run Images of cPanel & WHMThe same images our Quality Assurance test and approve for release are now available for you Continue Reading

EasyApache 5 January 2017 Maintenance Release

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  • January 6, 2017
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SUMMARYcPanel, Inc. has released updated RPMs for EasyApache 4 on January 5, 2017, with Apache version 2.4.25. This release addresses vulnerabilities related to CVE-2016-0736, CVE-2016-2161, CVE-2016-5387, CVE-2016-8740, and CVE-2016-8743. We strongly encourage all Apache 2.4 users to upgrade to version 2.4.25. AFFECTED VERSIONSAll versions of Apache 2.4 through version 2.4.23 Continue Reading

Analysis of PHPMailer Remote Code Execution Vulnerability (CVE-2016-10033

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  • January 6, 2017
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PHP is an open source, general-purpose scripting language used for web development that can also be embedded into HTML. It has over 9 million users, and is used by many popular tools, such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!, and so on. This week, a high-level security update was released to fix Continue Reading

IoT is the Weakest Link for Attacking the Cloud

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As cloud-based services continue to increase in scope and scale, there isn’t a single organization that wouldn’t benefit in some way from the cloud. Indeed, with the promise of lowering OPEX, while reducing or even abolishing CAPEX, the cloud can enable an organization to better focus on its core business, which Continue Reading

Chromebooks Are The Next Best Thin Client For Businesses

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When Google introduced the Chromebook, many people thought that it was not a good idea to build laptops specifically for browser use. The lack of traditional storage, incompatibility with Windows applications, and need for a continuous Internet connection were some of the limitations of this product. However, Chromebooks have surprised Continue Reading

CubeCart 6.1.2 Released – Download 6.1.3

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  • January 5, 2017
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An important security update is included with this release of CubeCart due to a remote code execution vulnerability found within the 3rd party phpMailer library. The phpMailer library is included in all releases of CubeCart from 5.0.0 and is responsible for the delivery of all store email.  How to patch without Continue Reading

Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Launches Science-as-a-Service and On-Demand Computing Capabilities Based on Red Hat’s Open Technologies

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RALEIGH, N.C. — January 4, 2017 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, a world leader in genome research, has standardized its cloud computing systems and services on Red Hat OpenStack Platform and Red Hat Continue Reading

Panama expands Cloudflare network to 50 countries

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A man, a plan, a canal, a data center. Over 5 million Internet properties are now faster across Panama, as Cloudflare turned up its newest data center in Panama City. This is our 102nd data center globally, and brings us to a special milestone as our network now spans 50 Continue Reading

cPanel & WHM version 54 EOL in 1 month

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cPanel & WHM 54 is set to reach End of Life at the end of January, 2017. In accordance with our EOL policy (https://go.cpanel.com/longtermsupport), 54 will continue functioning on servers where it is already installed. However, no further updates, such as security fixes and installations, will be provided for 54 Continue Reading

2017 and the Internet: our predictions

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An abbreviated version of this post originally appeared on TechCrunch Looking back over 2016, we saw the good and bad that comes with widespread use and abuse of the Internet. In both Gabon and Gambia, Internet connectivity was disrupted during elections. The contested election in Gambia started with an Internet Continue Reading

GitLab 8.15 Released with Auto Deploy and Web Terminal

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  • December 23, 2016
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With this last release of the year, we’re not only completing our Master Plan, but we want to show you something cool we’ve been working on: [embedded content] With GitLab 8.15, we’re introducing Auto Deploy (shown in the video at 1:42), which automates setting up deploys and review apps. For Continue Reading

Byline: Four Things To Look For When Choosing A Financial Services Cloud Security Provider

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  • December 23, 2016
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From large banks to insurance companies, financial services organizations are leveraging the cloud to stay ahead of the competition and deliver the best customer experiences that they can. Bloomberg reports that 25 of the world’s 38 largest financial institutions and insurance companies have signed up with Microsoft’s cloud business and Continue Reading

Red Hat Reports Third Quarter Results for Fiscal Year 2017

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  • December 22, 2016
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RALEIGH, N.C. — December 21, 2016 — Third quarter total revenue of $615 million, up 18% year-over-year or 17% in constant currency Third quarter total subscription revenue of $543 million, up 19% year-over-year or 18% in constant currency Third quarter Application development-related and other emerging technology revenue of $112 million, Continue Reading

Byline: 4 Key Areas to Consider When Solving the Cybersecurity Talent Gap

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  • December 22, 2016
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Findings from the “2015 PwC US State of Cybercrime Survey” revealed that only 26 percent of those surveyed feel they have the expertise to address the cyber risks associated with the implementation of new technologies. This means that 74 percent of organizations — essentially three-quarters — don’t have the cybersecurity Continue Reading

A Very WebP New Year from Cloudflare

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  • December 21, 2016
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Cloudflare has an automatic image optimization feature called Polish, available to customers on paid plans. It recompresses images and removes unnecessary data so that they are delivered to browsers more quickly. Up until now, Polish has not changed image types when optimizing (even if, for example, a PNG might sometimes Continue Reading

PrestaShop 1.7: Help translate software

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  • December 21, 2016
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PrestaShop, the free and open-source software, owes a great deal to its community, which helps improve it every day. There are lots of ways to pitch in, from modifying the source code, or providing feedback on Forge, to creating modules or even participating in user tests. Although more discreet, the Continue Reading

Did You Know: Email Templates Zimlet

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  • December 21, 2016
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Welcome to Part 7 of Our Zimlet Showcase: Email Templates Zimlet For background information on Zimlets, refer to this post: Did You Know: Zimlets!For more information on Zimlets, visit zimbra.org. This is my favorite Zimlet. It saves me at least an hour each week. I send regular training emails. Of Continue Reading

Making Smart Cities Safe

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For years now, we’ve been hearing about “smart cities.” Cities with the ability to leverage innovative technology, and automation to optimize resources and improve services for their citizens, with the ultimate goal of making our lives better. These smart cities are no longer a distant dream of the future – Continue Reading

How to become the leader in your niche market, an interview with Skylantern

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  • December 20, 2016
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Oftentimes, developing your activity calls for fleshing out your offering in new markets or strategically positioning yourself in a niche outside of your market’s typical scope. The e-commerce site Skylantern opted for the latter! After thoroughly reworking their product offering and SEO, the company became the top online lantern seller Continue Reading

7 Keys To Successful Post-Holiday Marketing

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  • December 20, 2016
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One of the eCommerce businesses’ biggest challenges after the holidays is how to market to customers who are marketed out? After they’ve been bombarded with sales and discounts and offers from Black Friday on, how can marketers coax them out of the post-holiday slump? Offering your customers a fresh perspective Continue Reading

Research: Disassembling Linux/Mirai.B!worm

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  • December 10, 2016
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Recently, a variant of Mirai hit a German telco, forcing 900,000 customers off the Internet. Interestingly, the intent of the malware was not to crash these routers, but to enroll them in a botnet using a malicious TR-069 message, but a coding error in the malware caused some modems to fail rather than Continue Reading

Research: A New Christmas Decorated Cerber Ransomware Has Arrived

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  • December 10, 2016
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Introduction A new unversioned Cerber has surfaced! It appears that the author(s) of Cerber is working hard to make more money during Christmas season. This latest version has relatively more changes as compared to the previous versions. The version number has now been removed from the desktop wallpapers of the Continue Reading

Reading Your Tracker's Battery Level With a Standard Bluetooth 4.0 USB Dongle

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  • December 9, 2016
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Quite strangely, there is no easy way to check the battery level of your Fitbit tracker. You can configure your profile to send you notifications when the battery is low, but that’s about all. As I was researching Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), I noticed however that Fitbit trackers do offer the standard Battery Continue Reading

GitLab 8.14.4, 8.13.9, and 8.12.12 Released

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  • December 9, 2016
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Today we are releasing versions 8.14.4, 8.13.9, and 8.12.12 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). These versions contain important security fixes, and we strongly recommend that all affected GitLab installations be upgraded to one of these versions immediately. Please read on for more details. Security fixes in Continue Reading

Fortifying the Smart Cities

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San Francisco’s muni fare system was recently hacked, and it turns out that intruders installed ransomware on the system, and demanded money to undo the hack. Some might ask why, despite being located amid a hub of the best brains in cyberspace, didn’t San Francisco muni foresee this coming? But Continue Reading

Red Hat Opens Call for Submissions for 2017 Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year Award

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RALEIGH, N.C. — December 6, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that submissions are being accepted for the 11th annual Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year award. The RHCP of the Year Award gives us an opportunity to Continue Reading

Red Hat Launches OpenShift Dedicated on Google Cloud Platform

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RALEIGH, N.C. — December 8, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the general availability of OpenShift Dedicated on Google Cloud Platform. The new offering brings Red Hat’s award-winning container platform as a managed service offering to enterprise customers who Continue Reading

Research: Furtive Malware Rises Again

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  • December 8, 2016
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Shamoon Timeline The Shamoon virus, also known as Disttrack, surfaced for the first time back in 2012 targeting Middle East Oil companies. It leveraged stolen credentials to gain access, and then exhibited worm-like behavior to spread throughout the entire targeted network. All Shamoon attacks were clearly very carefully planned beforehand, Continue Reading

Q&A on Using a Real Time Sandbox to Thwart Packed Malware

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There have been numerous cases recently where advanced malware has been linked to significant data breaches. Malware authors employ a variety of techniques to hide their malicious intent, including the use of packing utilities to create “packed malware.” Ladi Adefala, Senior Security Strategist at Fortinet, explains how a real time Continue Reading

Debugging war story: the mystery of NXDOMAIN

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  • December 7, 2016
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The following blog post describes a debugging adventure on Cloudflare’s Mesos-based cluster. This internal cluster is primarily used to process log file information so that Cloudflare customers have analytics, and for our systems that detect and respond to attacks. The problem encountered didn’t have any effect on our customers, but Continue Reading

GitLab Major Security Update for CVE-2016-9469

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On Monday, December 5th, 2016 at 3:59pm PST (23:59 UTC), we will publish a major GitLab security update to address CVE-2016-9469, a denial-of-service and data corruption vulnerability. More details will be forthcoming on our blog, including which versions of GitLab are affected. We recommend installations running affected versions to upgrade Continue Reading

ownCloud and GÉANT offers Education Customers Special Pricing for Collabora

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  • December 3, 2016
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by ownCloud GmbH posted on Thursday, December 1st, 2016 posted in Community ownCloud, GÉANT, and Collabora have teamed up to offer our users Collabora Online with in the ownCloud service suite. Collabora Online provides educational and research institutions with a scalable, commercially supported version with long term support, signed security Continue Reading

Will autocrats ever learn? – The Internet Blackout in Gambia

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  • December 3, 2016
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On Wednesday afternoon, Cloudflare and other Internet companies noticed that the West African country of The Gambia had dropped off the Internet – the day before the presidential election that was planned to be held there on Thursday, December 1st. This is not unprecedented. The Ugandan government blocked access to Continue Reading

Cerber 5.0.1 Arrives with New Multithreading Method

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  • December 3, 2016
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Introduction A new update of Cerber Ransomware, Cerber 5.0.1, has just arrived, appearing shortly after Cerber 5.0.0. had been released. Cerber 5.0.1 handles multithreading differently when it comes to encrypting files, probably aiming for better performance. It also changes the instruction file name from “README.hta” to “_README_.hta”.  The intention of Continue Reading

3 Ways Recent DDoS and Ransomware Attacks Have Put Healthcare Institutions on Alert

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  • December 3, 2016
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Healthcare organizations understand that network uptime is a critical (if not the most critical) component to organizational success in today’s digital age. Networks allow for electronic health records (EHR) to be accessed, life-critical applications to be run, and research to be conducted. Cybercriminals also understand that all of these things Continue Reading

Digitally Advanced Traditional Enterprises Are Eight Times More Likely to Grow Share by Committing to Advanced Technologies But Still Lag Behind Digital Natives

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NEW YORK and RALEIGH, N.C. — December 1, 2016 — Bain & Company and Red Hat (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today released the results of joint research aimed at determining how deeply enterprises are committed to digital transformation and the benefits these enterprises are Continue Reading

The Daily DDoS: Ten Days of Massive Attacks

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  • December 2, 2016
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Back in March my colleague Marek wrote about a Winter of Whopping Weekend DDoS Attacks where we were seeing 400Gbps attacks occurring mostly at the weekends. We speculated that attackers were busy with something else during the week. This winter we’ve seen a new pattern, and attackers aren’t taking the Continue Reading

Manage Your Reputation – Ensure Data Security in Financial Services

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  • December 2, 2016
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It’s widely understood across industries that a business’ most fragile and valuable asset is its reputation. This statement is especially true within the financial services industry, as individuals from around the globe trust institutions with their money and personal information on a daily basis. As a result, the protection of Continue Reading

Meet Jayasilen, Ambassador of the month | November 2016

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Jayasilen, our Ambassador of Malaysia, is working in Kuala Lumpur for a nutritional supplements company, where he is in charge of the online business, through a store powered by PrestaShop. He is the proof that PrestaShop is easy to use and user-friendly, as him and his assistant don’t have an Continue Reading

Why PrestaShop 1.7 helps theme designers “create easier”

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  • December 1, 2016
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“It seems that perfection is attained, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing more to take away.”Antoine de Saint-Exupéry There is probably no better quote to depict how we’ve achieved one of the most important improvement of PrestaShop 1.7: its new Theme structure. In Continue Reading

Increasing the size limit of Sitemaps file to address evolving webmaster needs

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  • December 1, 2016
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For years, the sitemaps protocol defined at www.sitemaps.org stated that each sitemap file (or each sitemap index file) may contain no more than 50,000 URLs and must not be larger than 10MB (10,485,760 bytes). While most sitemaps are under this 10 MB file limit, these days, our systems occasionally encounter Continue Reading

Did You Know: Email Sticky Notes Zimlet

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  • December 1, 2016
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Welcome to Part 4 of Our Zimlet Showcase: Email Sticky Notes Zimlet For background information on Zimlets, refer to this post: Did You Know: Zimlets!For more information on Zimlets, visit zimbra.org. How often do you have thoughts like these while reading an email or checking your calendar:– Remember to confirm Continue Reading

Not one, not two, but three undersea cables cut in Jersey

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Sometime before midnight Monday (UK local time) a ship dropped its anchor and broke, not one, not two, but three undersea cables serving the island of Jersey in the English Channel. Jersey is part of the Channel Islands along with Guernsey and some smaller islands. Image courtesy TeleGeography Submarine Cable Continue Reading

Hackathon Sophia Antipolis 2016

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  • December 1, 2016
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Last Saturday evening I had the honour to chair the selection committee for a Hackathon on Security…and many connected objects. While the meaning of “security” here was very broad (it included physical security for women and for elderly people, health, computer security, etc), it was a captivating experience. The participants came Continue Reading

Fortinet Joins AWS Public Sector Partner Program to Accelerate Cloud Security for Government and SLED Organizations

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With the breadth of sensitive data and highly regulated workloads that government and state and local education (SLED) institutions manage comes the critical need for a cybersecurity strategy that can adapt and scale with the data, from IoT to the cloud, while adhering to regulations and compliance requirements. To meet Continue Reading

Prepare for the new MCSA: Windows Server 2016 certification

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  • December 1, 2016
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We’ve got great news for IT Pros who’ve been waiting for the MCSA: Windows Server 2016 certification! It will be available soon, and we have some practical instructor-led courses to help you get ready for the exams: 20740: Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016 This course is designed Continue Reading

Saying goodbye to Content Keywords

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  • December 1, 2016
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In the early days – back when Search Console was still called Webmaster Tools – the content keywords feature was the only way to see what Googlebot found when it crawled a website. It was useful to see that Google was able to crawl your pages at all, or if Continue Reading

An update on Google's feature-phone crawling & indexing

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  • November 30, 2016
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Limited mobile devices, “feature-phones“, require a special form of markup or a transcoder for web content. Most websites don’t provide feature-phone-compatible content in WAP/WML any more. Given these developments, we’ve made changes in how we crawl feature-phone content (note: these changes don’t affect smartphone content): 1. We’ve retired the feature-phone Continue Reading

HPACK: the silent killer (feature) of HTTP/2

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  • November 30, 2016
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If you have experienced HTTP/2 for yourself, you are probably aware of the visible performance gains possible with HTTP/2 due to features like stream multiplexing, explicit stream dependencies, and Server Push. There is however one important feature that is not obvious to the eye. This is the HPACK header compression. Continue Reading

Zimbra Talk – An overview to All Team Communication in One Place – Webinars in your Language!

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  • November 30, 2016
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Zimbra Talk – An overview to All Team Communication in One Place – Webinars in your Language! | Zimbra : Blog Navigation With our recent announcement of the latest release of Zimbra Talk v2.3, we are promoting a series of webinars. These webinars are in your language, so you can Continue Reading

50% Off Cloud Servers Plesk Today Only!

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  • November 30, 2016
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It’s Cyber Monday! We’re making our Cloud Servers Plesk 50% off just for TODAY! The Plesk comes with loads of features that will boost your productivity AND help you save on costs – especially if you are using WordPress.  Simply email ‘Cyber50’ to help@readyspace.com and we’ll help you to get onboard Continue Reading

GitLab 8.14.1, 8.13.7 and 8.12.10 Released

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  • November 29, 2016
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Today we are releasing version 8.14.1, 8.13.7 and 8.12.10 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). This version contains an important security fix for a critical remote command execution vulnerability in Mattermost, and we strongly recommend that anyone running GitLab 8.14.0 with Mattermost enabled upgrade to this version Continue Reading

DIY and e-commerce: How to breathe new life into a traditional market

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  • November 29, 2016
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The Spanish company SelfPackaging recently breathed new life into a traditional and widely marketed product by developing a comprehensive range of fully customizable and easy-to-assemble packaging. SelfPackaging launched in 2009 and now enjoys international success thanks to its unique and attractively priced DIY solution for companies and individuals. In this Continue Reading

A New All-in-One Botnet : Proteus

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  • November 29, 2016
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  Introduction The ART team at Fortinet has discovered a new malware named Proteus, a multifunctional botnet written in .NET that appears to be a proxy, coin miner, e-commerce merchant account checker, and keylogger. This particular botnet is downloaded by the Andromeda botnet. The handful of malicious features densely packed Continue Reading

Q&A: Defining a Holistic Strategy for Customers

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Collaboration and partnership are hot topics in the industry today across the IT stack. Fortinet’s John Maddison offers some perspective following our Security Fabric and Fabric Ready announcements earlier this year. Can you talk about why “open” is such a critical element of our GTM selling strategy? An “open” strategy demonstrates the Continue Reading

How Your Online Retail Site Could Benefit from using Instagram

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2016 has been Instagram’s year. It now has over 500 million monthly users (more than Twitter!) and 60% log in daily, making it the second most engaged network after Facebook. Instagram is also proving to be a near-ideal platform for brands – particularly ecommerce brands. 70% of Instagram users report already Continue Reading

Last minute tips before Black Friday

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  • November 28, 2016
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As the Romans may have said on a day like today: “Barbari qui in porta sunt.”. In a more familiar tongue, “The Barbarians are at the gate”. Not that we’d want you to consider your customers to be barbarous, but as we all know, Black Friday has been known to Continue Reading

WordPress 4.7 Release Candidate

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  • November 28, 2016
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The release candidate for WordPress 4.7 is now available. RC means we think we’re done, but with millions of users and thousands of plugins and themes, it’s possible we’ve missed something. We hope to ship WordPress 4.7 on Tuesday, December 6, but we need your help to get there. If Continue Reading

Analysis of OpenSSL ChaCha20-Poly1305 Heap Buffer Overflow (CVE-2016-7054)

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  • November 28, 2016
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A High-Severity Heap Buffer Overflow vulnerability was recently fixed in a patch  by Openssl Project.  This vulnerability affects the remote SSL servers that support the ChaCha20-Poly1305 cipher suite, and can be exploited to crash the SSL service. This High-Severity Heap Buffer Overflow vulnerability (CVE-2016-7054) is caused by an error when Continue Reading

Ready for the Holidays? Maybe Not?

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  • November 28, 2016
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Your 2017 Safe Holiday Shopping Guide Starting the Friday after Thanksgiving, millions of Americans will be braving the crowds and heading out to malls, big-box stores, and local merchants looking to take advantage of seasonal discounts. Are you ready? You are building your shopping lists, checking your credit card balances, Continue Reading

Ready for Cyber Monday? Maybe Not?

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  • November 26, 2016
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Your 2017 Safe Holiday Shopping Guide We will soon be in the throes of the holiday gift-buying season. A whole set of must-have connected devices have hit the stores, from smart accessories and appliances, to game consoles and online games, to web-enabled toys. And we will be buying many of Continue Reading

Develop Plesk Extensions Series: Create extension stub and IDE project

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  • November 25, 2016
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In the previous part (Install a local version of Plesk), I showed you how to install Plesk locally in a virtual machine. In this part we will create an extension stub with the help of the command line and add this extension into your favorite IDE (Integrated Development Environment), like Continue Reading

MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.1 released

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  • November 25, 2016
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MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.1 is available for download from My Oracle Support. MCM 1.4.1 now ships with MySQL Cluster 7.5! More details are available in the the MCM 1.4.1 Release Notes. Updated documentation is available here…

50% off All Cloud Servers Today!

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  • November 25, 2016
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Hi everyone! We’re throwing caution to the wind and offering 50% off ALL Cloud Servers just for today! It’s just our little way of saying ‘Thank You’ for all your support over the past one year. Simply email ‘50%Ready’ to help@readyspace.com to indicate your interest and we’ll do the rest. CentOS, Continue Reading

Managing the Attack Surface of a Smart City

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  • November 25, 2016
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Smart cities are being planned the world over. Technology development always goes through two phases for any new discipline: First – tools are developed, and infrastructure is built and enabled. And second – the technology is scaled up. In the case of smart cities, we are in the first phase, Continue Reading

Fedora 25 Now Generally Available

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  • November 23, 2016
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RALEIGH, N.C. — November 22, 2016 — The Fedora Project, a Red Hat, Inc., sponsored and community-driven open source collaboration, today announced the general availability of Fedora 25, the newest release of the fully-open Fedora operating system. As with previous releases, Fedora 25 comprises a set of base packages that Continue Reading

GitLab 8.14 Released with Time Tracking Beta and Chat Commands

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  • November 23, 2016
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You’re doing code review of a new feature and wonder how it’ll actually feel, look and work when it’s live. Yesterday, you had to sacrifice your local development environment’s state, checkout the remote branch, run migrations, and then spin up the entire development environment. Today, you can just go to Continue Reading

Fortinet 2017 Cybersecurity Predictions: Accountability Takes the Stage

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  • November 23, 2016
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With the growth and pervasiveness of online devices and digital tools, we reached a critical tipping point in 2016. The need for accountability at multiple levels is urgent and real and affects us all. If something isn’t done, there is a real risk of disrupting the emerging Digital Economy. Even Continue Reading

Did You Know: Downloader PDF Zimlet

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  • November 23, 2016
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Welcome to Part 3 of Our Zimlet Showcase: The Downloader PDF Zimlet For background information on Zimlets, refer to this post: Did You Know: Zimlets!For more information on Zimlets, visit zimbra.org. Last week, I described the Downloader Zimlet, created by Zimbra Gold Partner ilger.com. This week, the focus is on Continue Reading

cPanel TSR-2016-0006 Full Disclosure

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  • November 23, 2016
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cPanel TSR-2016-0006 Full Disclosure SEC-158 Summary Arbitrary file overwrite when account domain is modified. Security Rating cPanel has assigned this vulnerability a CVSSv2 score of 6.3 (AV:N/AC:M/Au:S/C:N/I:C/A:N) Description When an account’s domain name is modified, changes to the .htaccess file were performed as root. It was possible to take advantage Continue Reading

FortiCast: The New Podcast about Fortinet Technology

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  • November 23, 2016
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      Do you need more Fortinet in your life? Of course you do. And now there’s a new way to get it: Welcome to FortiCast, a monthly podcast that will examine Fortinet’s broad product and solutions portfolio, from IoT to the cloud. Each episode will feature a discussion Continue Reading

With More Than 340 Patents and Counting, Fortinet’s Visionary Innovation is Driving the Evolution of Security

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  • November 23, 2016
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On this anniversary of Fortinet’s founding, we wanted to look at what’s behind the company’s ability to innovate and transform network security so consistently and on such a massive scale. From its beginnings, Fortinet’s goal has been to deliver broad, truly integrated, high-performance security across the IT infrastructure. To meet Continue Reading

Effectively Using Social Networks for Your E-commerce Site

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  • November 22, 2016
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Today, having a presence on social media is essential for promoting your e-commerce site’s visibility. You’re surely already familiar with Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest and use them for personal accounts. However, using these networks to boost your e-commerce site is no easy task!To succeed in developing your community—and visibility—on social Continue Reading

Generating Documentation for TypeScript Projects

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  • November 22, 2016
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Documentation for JavaScript projects has traditionally been generated via annotations inserted as code comments. While this gets the job done, it seems far from ideal. In this post, I’ll explore how to use TypeScript to generate documentation from source code alone. CC BY-SA 2.0 image by David Joyner TypeScript is Continue Reading

Road to Joomla! 3.7

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  • November 18, 2016
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Over the last weeks we have sent mixed messages about Joomla! 3.7 and what will be included in the final version. Without having an alpha/beta version published this is always complicated but with this post we are trying to clear the air. Let us start with an organizational change, because Continue Reading

Webinar – Windows Server 2016: Better Security starts at the OS

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  • November 18, 2016
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We know security is a top priority for you and your company. In the last few years we’ve seen an increased number of companies breached, information leaked and cybersecurity cases in the news. Clearly every organization needs to strengthen its security posture – but where do you start? The answer Continue Reading

Q&A: Securing the Move to the Cloud

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  • November 17, 2016
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In the past decade, cloud computing has become increasingly popular among enterprises, with Gartner Research projecting IT spending on public cloud-based infrastructure services to surpass $24 billion in 2016, and associated management and security to surpass $8 billion. This evolution of our IT infrastructure brings with it concerns about the Continue Reading

Wrap-up: US Campaign-themed Malware and Trolls

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  • November 17, 2016
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The US political season is over and a new President has been elected. This election has arguably been one of the most colorful (some might say entertaining) and controversial presidential election cycles in the country’s history. For cyber crooks, this has been just the right environment to target victims with Continue Reading

Notifications in control panel

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  • November 17, 2016
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Now you can send notifications into the cwp.admin control panel with your custom scripts.Notification generator script will help you and generate the unique id for each message. Script Usage: /scripts/add_alert ALERT-TYPE “Short Text” LOG-FILE-LOCATION /scripts/add_alert alert-danger “this is my test” /var/log/php-rebuild.log ALERT-TYPE – Available Alert Typesalert-danger, alert-success, alert-info, alert-warning, alert-dismissable Continue Reading

Cross-device retargeting: reaching customers on all their devices

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  • November 17, 2016
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Well, Google has finally begun to implement changes that will enable advertisers to reach potential customers across all their devices in retargeting campaigns. It might have seemed like a trivial change, but the fact is,  until now, the ways in which Google allowed user data to be used in remarketing Continue Reading

Sharing Threat Intel: Easier Said Than Done

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  • November 17, 2016
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This post originally appeared as a byline in Dark Reading. For cyber intelligence sharing to work, organizations need two things: to trust each other, and better processes to collect, exchange, and act on information quickly. As cyberthreats become more sophisticated and expand to the Cloud and the Internet of Things, Continue Reading

Red Hat Software Collections 2.3 and Red Hat Developer Toolset 6 Now Generally Available

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  • November 16, 2016
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RALEIGH, N.C. — November 15, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the general availability of Red Hat Software Collections 2.3, Red Hat’s newest set of open source web development tools, dynamic languages, and databases. Red Hat Software Collections are Continue Reading

MailEnable Version 9.52 Release

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  • November 16, 2016
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RSS: MailEnable Version 9.52 Release MailEnable version 9.52 for Standard, Professional, Enterprise and Premium Editions is available for download from the MailEnable Web Site. The following change list outlines changes in version 9.52: RECENT CHANGES FIX: Contact list may contain list blank entries when toggling between messages and contact view Continue Reading

Succeed your marketing campaigns with Google Shopping

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  • November 16, 2016
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Google Shopping helps businesses like you tap into the power of customer intent to reach the right people with relevant products ads, when it matters the most. With Google Shopping, put your product images, price, and business name right in front of people searching on Google, no matter what device Continue Reading

Q&A With FortiVeteran Program Graduate Chris Armstrong

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  • November 12, 2016
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Veteran’s Day is a great opportunity to feature a “graduate” of our Fortinet Veterans Program, which attempts to help fill the cybersecurity talent gap by helping veterans transition from the armed forces back into a civilian job in the realm of cyber security.  Today we spotlight Chris Armstrong, a former Continue Reading

Online PC: OwnCloud Receives Online Office Suite

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  • November 11, 2016
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Online PC: OwnCloud Receives Online Office Suite – ownCloud Welcome to ownCloud.com When you create a profile on owncloud.com, you can access premium content and receive product announcements. We promise to never sell or share your information without your permission and you can edit your profile and preferences at any Continue Reading

ISPConfig Migration Tool 1.6 Released

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  • November 11, 2016
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ISPConfig Migration Tool 1.6 Released – ISPConfig The migration tool helps you to import data from other control panels (currently ISPConfig 2 and 3, Plesk 10 – 12.5 and Confixx 3) into a new ISPConfig 3 or ISPConfig 3.1 single- or multiserver installation. The tool can also be used to Continue Reading

WordPress 4.7 Beta 3

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  • November 11, 2016
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WordPress 4.7 Beta 3 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress 4.7, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding Continue Reading

Unmasking the Bonasira Cyperine Author

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  • November 11, 2016
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Following our research on Cyperine 2.0 and Next Man History Stealer, the malware author rebranded their info stealer as Medusa. While it basically has the same featurse as Cyperine, you now need a valid account to access the builder. The example below compares Cyperine on the left and Medusa on Continue Reading

Introducing CentOS Container Image Scanners

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  • November 11, 2016
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Over past few months, we’ve been working on CentOS Community Container Pipeline which aims to help developers focus on what they love doing most – write awesome code – and sysadmins have an insight into the image by providing metadata about it! The project code is hosted at Github.com since Continue Reading

Fabric-Ready: Q&A with Ziften’s Josh Applebaum

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  • November 10, 2016
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Fortinet recently sat down with Fabric-Ready Partner Ziften to learn what’s top of mind for its customers, the key IT challenges they are facing, and how Ziften’s approach to integrated security is helping drive business and customer success. Tell us a bit about Ziften’s business and the types of customers Continue Reading

Building Indexable Progressive Web Apps

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  • November 9, 2016
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Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are taking advantage of new technologies to bring the best of mobile sites and native applications to users — and they’re one of the most exciting new ideas on the web. But to truly have an impact, it’s important that they’re indexable and linkable. Every recommendation Continue Reading

GitLab 8.13.5, 8.12.9, and 8.11.11 Released

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  • November 9, 2016
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Today we are releasing versions 8.13.5, 8.12.9, and 8.11.11 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). These versions contain several security fixes, including a fix for a persistent cross-site scripting vulnerability and fixes for several information disclosure vulnerabilities. In addition, version 8.13.5 resolves a number of regressions and Continue Reading

What to look for when selecting a payment module

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  • November 9, 2016
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There are many factors to consider when identifying a payment module for your online store. Different stores have different needs and certain modules are more likely to meet your needs than others. Unfortunately, many small business owners, overwhelmed by the sheer choice, make the mistake of selecting a payment processor Continue Reading

On Email’s Birthday, Here’s a Look at How to Keep it Safe

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  • October 29, 2016
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On the anniversary of the first email transmission, we look at how email has evolved over the years, and how to keep it as an essential tool going forward, despite the growing and increasingly sophisticated dangers of e-mail-based malware and other email-borne threats. What some consider to be the first Continue Reading

ISPConfig 3.1.1 Patch 1 released

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  • October 29, 2016
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What’s new in ISPConfig 3.1.1p1 This release patches an issue in the Nginx vhost master template /usr/local/ispconfig/server/conf/nginx_vhost.conf.master which caused a wrong path for Let’s Encrpyt certificates to be set in the vhost. The issue affects ISPConfig 3.1.1 installations with Nginx only. Systems with Apache are not affected and do not Continue Reading

Webuzo System Application Added : MySQL (5.6.34)

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  • October 28, 2016
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Click install MySQL from the Webuzo Library. MySQL is an open source relational database management system (RDBMS) that runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases. Review , Rate and View Demo of MySQL here:http://www.webuzo.com/sysapps/databases/MySQL56

Webuzo System Application Updated : MySQL (5.5.53)

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  • October 28, 2016
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Click install MySQL from the Webuzo Library. MySQL is an open source relational database management system (RDBMS) that runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases. Review , Rate and View Demo of MySQL here:http://www.webuzo.com/sysapps/databases/MySQL

Webuzo System Application Updated : Nginx (1.10.2)

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  • October 28, 2016
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Click install Nginx from the Webuzo Library. Nginx does mot rely on threads to handle requests. Instead it uses a much more scalable event-driven (asynchronous) architecture. This architecture uses small, but more importantly, predictable amounts of memory under load. We have also updated OpenSSL to 1.0.1u and its related libraries. Continue Reading

WordPress 4.7 Beta 1

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  • October 28, 2016
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WordPress 4.7 Beta 1 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress 4.7, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding Continue Reading

Joomla – From No One to the Highest Privilege

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  • October 28, 2016
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Joomla, a popular free and open-source content management system, just released version 3.6.4 that fixed two critical vulnerabilities: [CVE-2016-8870] – Core – Account Creation: attackers can exploit this vulnerability to create any account in a Joomla system regardless of whether its registration has been disabled. [CVE-2016-8869] – Core – Elevated Continue Reading

Microsoft and Fortinet Extend Partnership to Secure Mission-Critical Workloads in Azure Government Cloud

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  • October 28, 2016
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Fortinet and Microsoft today announced an extension of their partnership to protect the cloud environments of their joint government customers. The US Federal Government sets the world’s highest security standards for data protection. Other public institutions, like state and local governments, police, and fire departments, follow these standards as well to Continue Reading

[20161003] – Core – Account Modifications

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  • October 28, 2016
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Project: Joomla! SubProject: CMS Severity: High Versions: 3.4.4 through 3.6.3 Exploit type: Account Modifications Reported Date: 2016-October-26 Fixed Date: 2016-October-25 CVE Number: CVE-2016-9081 Description Incorrect use of unfiltered data allows for existing user accounts to be modified; to include resetting their username, password, and user group assignments. Affected Installs Joomla! CMS versions 3.4.4 Continue Reading

Driverless Cars: A New Way of Life Brings a New Cybersecurity Challenge

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  • October 28, 2016
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Cars are an essential part of our everyday life, and are crucial for transporting millions of commuters through towns and cities, and even from one country to another, on a daily basis. With “smart” vehicles increasingly playing a major role in our day-to-day lives, it’s no surprise that semi- and Continue Reading

Le Slip Français Explains Its Phenomenal Success

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  • October 25, 2016
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“If you want to change the world, start by changing your briefs”.The slogan says a lot about the identity and reputation of Le Slip Français, known for their made-in-France briefs — but not just that! Le Slip Français was launched through PrestaShop by Guillaume Gibault five years ago, and has Continue Reading

MailEnable Version 9.51 Release

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  • October 25, 2016
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RSS: MailEnable Version 9.51 Release MailEnable version 9.51 for Standard, Professional, Enterprise and Premium Editions is available for download from the MailEnable Web Site. The following change list outlines changes in version 9.51: RECENT CHANGES ADD: Migration Centre now allows importing of Contacts and Appointments via CalDAV and CardDAV ADD: Continue Reading

Produban Chooses Red Hat as Technology Partner to Deliver Modern Cloud Services with Kubernetes and Containers on OpenStack

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  • October 25, 2016
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BARCELONA — October 25, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that Produban, the IT services arm of the Spanish banking leader Grupo Santander, has picked Red Hat as its technology partner to create a modern cloud infrastructure with Red Continue Reading

Locky Happens: Notorious Ransomware Leaves an Unpleasant Trace

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  • October 25, 2016
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We attended the recent VB 2016 conference to present our findings on the development and evolution of Locky ransomware. In that same presentation we also discussed an automation system designed by Fortiguard to extract its configuration and hunt for new variants. Locky-ly (*wink*), while improving the system we couldn’t help Continue Reading

Mirai Botnet ­: Protect Your Infrastructure with FortiDDoS

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  • October 25, 2016
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As further details become available for the massive distributed denial of service attack against Dyn on Oct 21 2016, here are some things FortiDDoS customers can do to protect themselves from a potential Internet of Things (IoT) botnet-based DDoS attack like Mirai. Mirai spreads by compromising vulnerable IoT devices such Continue Reading

IoT malware are coming. Will you listen to me now?

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  • October 25, 2016
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It happened again. This past weekend we witnessed another record-setting DDoS attack, probably primarily caused by infected IoT devices. This attack is attributed to the same piece of code – Linux/Mirai – which attackedKrebsOnSecurity.com and OVH in September. List of Attacks Attributed to Linux/Mirai Date Where Rate Comments Oct 21, 2016 Dyn DNS ? Continue Reading

Information-stealing Malware Is Spread Via Word Document

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  • October 25, 2016
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Recently we received a SPAM with an attachment, which is a password-protected Word document. Its MD5 is 6619356e9e0c9d2445bf777a8bea5d6a, which is detected as “WM/Agent.60F9!tr” by the Fortinet AntiVirus service. When the document is opened, the attached malicious VB script code is executed and additional malware is created and executed. Based on Continue Reading

Microsoft and Intel squeezed hyper-convergence into the overhead bin

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  • October 25, 2016
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This post was authored by Cosmos Darwin, Program Manager, Windows Server. The Challenge In the Windows Server team, we tend to focus on going big. Our enterprise customers and service providers are increasingly relying on Windows as the foundation of their software-defined datacenters, and needless to say, our hyperscale public Continue Reading

The Perfect Server – Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) with Apache, PHP, MySQL, PureFTPD, BIND, Postfix, Dovecot and ISPConfig 3.1

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  • October 25, 2016
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This tutorial shows the installation of an Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) web hosting server with Apache2, Postfix, Dovecot, Bind and PureFTPD to prepare it for the installation of ISPConfig 3.1. The resulting system will provide a Web, Mail, Mailinglist, DNS and FTP Server. https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/ubuntu-perfect-server-with-apache-php-myqsl-pureftpd-bind-postfix-doveot-and-ispconfig/

CubeCart 6.1.0 Released

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  • October 25, 2016
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We are excited to announce the release of CubeCart 6.1.0 which comes with a number of great new features.  What’s New? Dashboard notifications for extension updates (see upgrade notes). Font Awesome replaced with SVG in Foundation skin for optimisation with smaller page loads (up to 107KB smaller). SVG support for logo. Redis cache support. Continue Reading

When Half the Internet Goes Down Due to a Cyber-Assault on DNS Infrastructure

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  • October 25, 2016
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On Oct 21, 2016, yet another cyber assault happened on a large DNS provider’s infrastructure, bringing down websites and services on the east coast of the United States. While it is easy to launch these attacks, the solutions available in the market have not kept pace. FortiDDoS is the only hardware Continue Reading

cPanel Security Team: Dirty COW (CVE-2016-5195)

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  • October 25, 2016
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Dirty COW (CVE-2016-5195) Dirty COW (CVE-2016-5195) is a privilege escalation vulnerability in the Linux Kernel. A race condition was found in the way the Linux kernel’s memory subsystem handled the copy-on-write (COW) breakage of private read-only memory mappings. An unprivileged local user could use this flaw to gain write access Continue Reading

Fortinet Researchers Discover Two Critical Vulnerabilities in Adobe Acrobat and Reader 

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  • October 25, 2016
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Fortinet researchers recently discovered two critical zero-day vulnerabilities in Adobe Acrobat and Reader. They are identified as CVE-2016-6939 and CVE-2016-6948. Adobe released a patch to fix these vulnerabilities on October 6, 2016. CVE-2016-6939 This vulnerability was discovered by Kai Lu. CVE-2016-6939 is a heap overflow vulnerability. The vulnerability is caused by Continue Reading

Joomla! 3.6.4 – Important Security Announcement – Patch Available Soon

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  • October 25, 2016
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A Joomla! 3.6.4 release containing a security fix will be published on Tuesday 25th October at approximately 14:00 UTC. The Joomla! Security Strike Team (JSST) has been informed of a critical security issue in the Joomla! core. Since this is a very important security fix, please be prepared to update your Joomla! Continue Reading

Dyn issues affecting joint customers

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Today there is an ongoing, large scale Denial-of-Service attack directed against Dyn DNS. While Cloudflare services are operating normally, if you are using both Cloudflare and Dyn services, your website may be affected. Specifically, if you are using CNAME records which point to a zone hosted on Dyn, our DNS Continue Reading

4 Motives Behind Why the Healthcare Security Market is Surging

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  • October 25, 2016
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Today’s threats against healthcare institutions are becoming more in-depth and more damaging than ever, forcing IT’s hand to develop (and invest in) a more robust security strategy. As a result,the global healthcare cybersecurity market is expected to reach nearly $11 billion by the turn of the decade. There are a Continue Reading

Swisscom Guides Customers into the Digital Age with Red Hat OpenStack Platform and Red Hat Virtualization

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  • October 24, 2016
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BARCELONA – OPENSTACK SUMMIT — October 24, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that Swisscom has selected Red Hat as its technology partner to help the company deliver a modern, agile, and highly scalable cloud platform. Deploying Red Hat Continue Reading

UKCloud Creates an Open Source Alternative for UK Public Sector with Red Hat OpenStack Platform

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BARCELONA – OPENSTACK SUMMIT — October 24, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that UKCloud, the foremost public cloud provider for UK government, has standardized on Red Hat OpenStack Platform with Red Hat Ceph Storage to lead its public Continue Reading

GitLab 8.13 Released with Multiple Issue Boards and Merge Conflict Editor

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We’re traveling around the world and having the pleasure of meeting so many of you. This month we’re proud to present many changes that have been highly requested both in person and on our issue tracker. You’re now able to create multiple issue boards and quickly create issues from them. Continue Reading

EasyApache 19 October 2016 Maintenance Release

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  • October 21, 2016
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SUMMARYcPanel, Inc. has released updated RPMs for EasyApache 4 on October 19, 2016, with PHP versions 5.6.27 and 7.0.12. This release addresses vulnerabilities related to CVE-2016-7568. We strongly encourage all PHP 5.6 users to upgrade to version 5.6.27 and all PHP 7.0 users to upgrade to version 7.0.12. AFFECTED VERSIONSAll Continue Reading

ownCloud on Unswerving Track to Success with Community and Enterprise Solution

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by ownCloud GmbH posted on Friday, October 21st, 2016 posted in Press releases The third quarter of 2016 brings further enhancements to the platform, new key accounts and partnerships, and the largest contributor conference since the open source project started Colorado Spring, Colorado, October 20, 2016 – ownCloud continues down Continue Reading

Platin for ownCloud – Storage Insider Award

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This award is a great honor to all of us here at ownCloud. It is our users who have made it possible and we can’t thank you enough for your continued devotion to ownCloud. So let’s keep going and rack up some more awards! Love to all, From the ownCloud Continue Reading

TheMoon – A P2P botnet targeting Home Routers

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In the post “Home Routers – New Favorite of Cybercriminals in 2016”, we discussed the active detection of vulnerability CVE-2014-9583 in ASUS routers since June of this year.  In this post we will dissect a bot installed on the affected ASUS routers. The following figure shows attack traffic captured through Continue Reading

ownCloud Security Event at the it-sa 2016

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by ownCloud GmbH posted on Thursday, October 20th, 2016 posted in General As in 2015, ownCloud was also present at this year’s it-sa 2016 in Nuremberg, Germany. The it-sa is an annual IT-Security exhibition featuring important organizations from the industry and a highly targeted IT security audience. ownCloud was not Continue Reading

Christmas 2016: PrestaShop is here to help you prepare for the online shopping season!

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  • October 20, 2016
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Do you hear the sound of jingle bells? Yes… the countdown to the 2016 holiday season has started and so have PrestaShop #JingleDays ! From November through January, we’re here to help you during the busiest online shopping season of the year! We know the next few weeks will be very busy for Continue Reading

"JapanLocker": An Excavation to its Indonesian Roots

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  • October 20, 2016
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Fortinet has discovered a new open-source PHP ransom malware that has been targeting web sites using a simple encryption algorithm that is effective enough to really frighten web server owners. What is more interesting, however, is the information we have uncovered regarding the possible roots of the attacks/attackers. Basing only Continue Reading

The Killer App For Cloud: Accelerating the Deployment of NFV Solutions

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  • October 19, 2016
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“The cloud,” a word that used to cause network folks to roll their eyes, is now a reality. Public cloud architectures are quickly becoming the backbone, no pun intended, of the corporate IT infrastructure. There are some compelling reasons for this. The first that comes to most people’s minds is Continue Reading

Webuzo 2.4.9 Launched

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  • October 19, 2016
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Hi, The Webuzo Team has released Webuzo 2.4.9. This version introduces a domain addition fix.The following is a list of all changes : 1) [Feature] You can now view and edit Exim configuration file from the panel itself. 2) [Feature] Mail client details can be now viewed on Email accounts Continue Reading

Red Hat and Ericsson Announce Broad Alliance to Enable Pervasive Adoption of Open Source Solutions

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  • October 19, 2016
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RALEIGH, N.C. AND STOCKHOLM — October 19, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions and Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) share a common belief in the power of open source to transform the ICT (information and communications technology) market. Today, they announce a broad Continue Reading

Red Hat Expands Mobile Vision to Support Containerized Mobile App Development Based on Modern Application Technologies

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RALEIGH, N.C. — October 13, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the release of Red Hat Mobile Application Platform as a fully containerized offering designed to run in any public cloud, private cloud or on-premise infrastructure that supports Red Continue Reading

A Brazilian Trojan Using A Jar File, VB Scripts And A DLL For Its Multi-Stage Infection

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  • October 15, 2016
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As part of Fortinet’s continued efforts to protect its customers, we carry out a variety of tests to improve the detection of malicious content, whether it’s file or network related. While checking out some HTTPS phishing websites last month, one URL stood out. It wasn’t a phishing site, but it Continue Reading

Fortinet Fabric-Ready Partner Spotlight: Q&A with Pamela Cyr, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Tufin

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  • October 15, 2016
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Fortinet recently sat down with Fabric-Ready Partner Tufin to learn what’s top of mind for its customers, the key IT challenges they are facing, and how Tufin’s approach to integrated security is helping drive business and customer success. Tell us a bit about Tufin’s business and the types of customers Continue Reading

Pebble Smartwatch Talk at Virus Bulletin 2016

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  • October 15, 2016
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My personal favorite talk was on exploiting Pebble smartwatches (“Exploit Millions of Pebble Smartwatches for Fun and Profit” by Zhang and Wei). Our expectations are usually higher in one’s own field of expertise, but this one is really great work. I just returned from VB 2016 (the Virus Bulletin International Continue Reading

Using AMP? Try our new webpage tester

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  • October 14, 2016
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Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is a great way to make content on your website accessible in an extremely fast way. To help ensure that your AMP implementation is working as expected , Search Console now has an enhanced AMP testing tool. This testing tool is mobile-friendly and uses Google’s live Continue Reading

NSS Labs 2016 NGIPS Group Testing

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  • October 14, 2016
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Fortinet is highly committed to the public testing of its products and solutions because it helps us to continuously improve our products and provide the best technology to our customers. We participate in dozens of tests across a spectrum of labs and approaches.  In the most recent NSS Labs Next-Generation Continue Reading

ISRG Legal Transparency Report, January 2016 – June 2016

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  • October 13, 2016
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The trust of our users is ISRG’s most critical asset. Transparency regarding legal requests is an important part of making sure our users can trust us, and to that end we will be publishing reports twice annually. Reports will be published three months after the period covered in order to Continue Reading

What It Costs to Run Let's Encrypt

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Today we’d like to explain what it costs to run Let’s Encrypt. We’re doing this because we strive to be a transparent organization, we want people to have some context for their contributions to the project, and because it’s interesting. Let’s Encrypt will require about $2.9M USD to operate in Continue Reading

Let's Encrypt Root to be Trusted by Mozilla

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The Let’s Encrypt root key (ISRG Root X1) will be trusted by default in Firefox 50, which is scheduled to ship in Q4 2016. Acceptance into the Mozilla root program is a major milestone as we aim to rely on our own root for trust and have greater independence as Continue Reading

Full Support for IPv6

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Let’s Encrypt is happy to announce full support for IPv6. As IPv4 address space is exhausted, more and more people are deploying services that are only reachable via IPv6. Adding full support for IPv6 allows us to serve more people and organizations, which is important if we’re going to encrypt Continue Reading

GitLab 8.12 Release Webcast: Cycle Analytics & Global Code Search

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  • October 8, 2016
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In the GitLab Master Plan, we promised to ship the entire development lifecycle before the end of the year. GitLab 8.12 is exciting because it brings us one step closer to realizing our vision to be an integrated set of tools for the software development lifecycle. In this release, we Continue Reading

Next Gen Lock: the Good, the Bad, and the Smart, Part II: Fortinet Analysis

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  • October 8, 2016
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Developing our own opinion In part one of this two-part series, I provided an overview of smart lock technology and some of its vulnerabilities and risks. We also decided to ‘try our luck’ with the security of these solutions in the Fortinet FortiGuard Lab, so we ordered some random brand Continue Reading

Security’s Reactive Response to the Cycle of Threats

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  • October 8, 2016
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We’re into the final quarter of the year, and the cyberthreat landscape continues to be interesting. This week in the Fortinet Threat Intelligence Brief we looked at a number of interesting trends around IoT botnets, continued ransomware problems – both through directed attacks and infected websites, and the spoofing of Continue Reading

Network Security Trifecta: 3 Positive Impacts Integrated Security Solutions Can Have on Healthcare Institutions

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There was a time in the healthcare industry when the pulse oximeter was considered by many to be the most technologically-advanced product on the market. This device was designed to measure the oxygen saturation of blood and was not connected to wireless networks. Times have changed. Fast-forward to today, and Continue Reading

Updated CentOS Vagrant Images Available (v1609.01)

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  • October 7, 2016
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Updated CentOS Vagrant Images Available (v1609.01) Thursday , 6, October 2016 Laurențiu Păncescu announcement Official Vagrant images for CentOS Linux 6 and CentOS Linux 7 for x86_64 are now available for download, featuring updated packages to 30 September 2016, as well as the following user-visible changes: the centos/7 image now uses Continue Reading

Connection Management in Database Jones

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How does an application configure its database connection?  I find this to be a pretty interesting question. As the application moves from a developer’s workstation to a test harness, then to staging, and on to production, the database connection properties can change each time.  What’s more, a separation of responsibilities usually Continue Reading

Announcing New Features To Help Hosting Providers Run Their Own Reliable DNS Infrastructure

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Over the last six years, we’ve built the tooling, infrastructure and expertise to run a DNS network that handles our scale – we’ve answered a few million DNS queries in the few seconds since you started reading this. DNS is the backbone of the internet. Every email, website visit, and Continue Reading

So You Want to Be a (Ethical) Hacker?

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The news is inescapable. Hackers and their nefarious counterparts have been thrust into popular culture, not just in the form of fictional characters like Mr. Robot (see our thoughts on season 1), but in the form of very real individuals and organizations that are responsible for everything from the sophisticated Continue Reading

Zooming-in on Group Replication performance

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  • October 6, 2016
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A previous blog post exposed the main factors affecting Group Replication performance, which was followed by another that showed the scalability of both single-master and multi-master throughput. In this post we return with more “inside information” that may be useful for optimizing the performance of Group Replication deployments. 1. End-to-end Continue Reading

Webmaster Forums Top AMP Questions

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  • September 30, 2016
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It has been busy here at Google Webmaster Central over the last few weeks, covering a lot of details about Accelerated Mobile Pages that we hope you have found useful. The topics have included: What is AMP? How to get started with Accelerated Mobile Pages How can Google Search Console Continue Reading

Enabling Windows Server 2016 and Hyper-V virtualization based security features on other platforms

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This post was authored by Mike Schutz, General Manager, Cloud Platform. Security is a top-of-mind topic for every organization. This is why Microsoft is investing deeply to provide advanced security across our technology portfolio. With the launch of Windows Server 2016 this week, we introduced new advanced multi-layer security capabilities Continue Reading

Order from Chaos: Member Coordination in Group Replication

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We are very excited about the next release of MySQL Group Replication 0.9.0 in MySQL 5.7.15 and the great work that has been done to improve its stability. Release after release, MySQL Group Replication becomes more stable and more user-friendly and has reached a maturity level that made us declare 0.9.0 a release Continue Reading

Cloudflare Traffic Manager: The Details

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Cloudflare’s investment into building a large global network protects our customers from DDoS attacks, secures them with our Web Application Firewall and Universal SSL, as well as improving performance through our CDN and the many network-level optimizations we’re constantly iterating on. Building on these products, we just introduced Cloudflare Traffic. Continue Reading

Q&A: Threat Intelligence and the Threat Landscape

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  • September 29, 2016
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 Providing holistic, actionable security intelligence across the entire IT infrastructure is critical for the future of cybersecurity. Fortinet’s Matti Blecher offers his perspective here. Can you give us a glimpse into the threat landscape from a threat intelligence point of view? What are customers facing today? One of the biggest Continue Reading

Control your traffic at the edge with Cloudflare

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Today, we’re introducing two new Cloudflare Traffic products to give customers control over how Cloudflare’s edge network handles their traffic, allowing them to shape and direct it for their specific needs. More than 10 trillion requests flow through Cloudflare every month. More than 4 million customers and 10% of internet Continue Reading

Zimbra Suite Plus, Part II – Administration , quick overview

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In our last blog post, we showed you how to download and install Zimbra Suite Plus. In this blog post, we are going to do a quick overview of the Administration Console and walk through each Zimbra Suite Plus component. Installing the Zimbra Suite Plus License Login into the Admin Continue Reading

Bing Enhances the Copyright Infringement Claims Process with New, Easy-to-Use Dashboard

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Lack of communication is a leading cause of divorce. Communication is vital, and sharing the status of a copyright infringement notice is no exception. Which is why Bing just made this easier. A new online dashboard provides insight into the status of a copyright removal request, as well as providing Continue Reading

ISPConfig Billing Module 2.0 for ISPConfig 3.1 released

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ISPConfig Billing Module 2.0 for ISPConfig 3.1 released – ISPConfig The ISPConfig Billing module for ISPConfig 3.1 is available now. What’s new in ISPConfig Billing 2.0? Complete new UI, compatible with ISPConfig 3.1 Export function for invoices and refunds in CSV format. A new manual is available for the Billing Continue Reading

Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V large-scale VM performance for in-memory transaction processing

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This post was authored by Liang Yang, Principal Performance Engineer on the Hyper-V team and Jos de Bruijn, Senior Program Manager on the SQL Server team. With Windows Server 2016, Microsoft has significantly bumped up the Hyper-V Virtual Machine (VM) scale limit to embrace new scenarios such as running e-commerce Continue Reading

Red Hat Drives DevOps Adoption and Application Scalability with Latest Version of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform

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RALEIGH, N.C. — September 22, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.3, bringing new developer features and deployment scalability, on a secure enterprise container platform, to improve application delivery across the hybrid cloud. Red Continue Reading

How to import and export to China in a fast and cost effective way?

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Background:How large is the market? 1. In 2014, China’s e-Commerce took center stage, when the world witnessed for the first time another country outspending the USA in annual online sales transactions. According to the latest data releases, Chinese cross-border online shopping will reach $85 billion by the end of 2016 Continue Reading

Zimbra Suite Plus: Boosting Zimbra Open Source Capabilities, Part I – Installation

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At Zimbra, we embrace Open Source. Zimbra started with an Open Source version, and we are going to keep it that way. However, many of our Zimbra Open Source users demand a middle step between Zimbra Open Source and Network Edition, something that provides basic capabilities like Backup, Mobile Sync, Continue Reading

Hostname SSL with Letsencrypt

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Letsencrypt SSL Installation for Hostname – How to guide 1st you need to add the subdomain to your DNS manager and point it to the server, also you need to add the sudomain through Vhost by adding bellow lines to the new file /usr/local/apache/conf.d/vhosts-hostname.conf # vhost_start host.hostname.com ServerName host.hostname.com ServerAlias Continue Reading

How we brought HTTPS Everywhere to the cloud (part 1)

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CloudFlare’s mission is to make HTTPS accessible for all our customers. It provides security for their websites, improved ranking on search engines, better performance with HTTP/2, and access to browser features such as geolocation that are being deprecated for plaintext HTTP. With Universal SSL or similar features, a simple button Continue Reading

Microsoft Removed Journal From Windows Due To Security Issues

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Last month, Fortinet researcher Honggang Ren discovered a heap overflow vulnerability in Windows Journal and reported it to Microsoft. This month, Microsoft released update KB3161102 and removed the Journal component from all versions of Windows because the file format used by Journal has been demonstrated to be susceptible to a Continue Reading

ISPConfig 3.1 RC 2 released for testing

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  • September 24, 2016
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What’s new in ISPConfig 3.1 ISPConfig 3.1 is the next generation of the ISPConfig hosting control panel with a completely renovated UI and a lot of new features. Here a few highlights: New responsive User Interface based on the Bootstrap framework. The interface is responsive now which makes it easy Continue Reading

An overview of TLS 1.3 and Q&A

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The CloudFlare London office hosts weekly internal Tech Talks (with free lunch picked by the speaker). My recent one was an explanation of the latest version of TLS, 1.3, how it works and why it’s faster and safer. You can watch the complete talk below or just read my summarized Continue Reading

Penguin is now part of our core algorithm

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Google’s algorithms rely on more than 200 unique signals or “clues” that make it possible to surface what you might be looking for. These signals include things like the specific words that appear on websites, the freshness of content, your region and PageRank. One specific signal of the algorithms is Continue Reading

GitLab 8.12 Released with Cycle Analytics and Global Code Search

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Whether you’re working on a small or a large project, your tools should get out of your way and give you actionable feedback. This month, we’re making sure GitLab does both better than ever. GitLab 8.12 gives you feedback on how efficiently you actually work, helps you find code across Continue Reading

Q&A: The Fortinet Veterans Program – Taking on the Cybersecurity Talent Gap

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The talent shortage in the world of cybersecurity is real, and it’s growing. One of the ways Fortinet is addressing that talent gap is through the Fortinet Veterans Program. The mission of the Fortinet Veterans Program is to give Armed Services veterans across the country the training and mentoring needed Continue Reading

Webcast: Hardening Microservices Security

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  • September 20, 2016
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Microservices is one of the buzz words of the moment. Beyond the buzz, microservices architecture offers a great opportunity for developers to rethink how they design, develop, and secure applications. On Wednesday, September 21st, 2016 at 10am PT/1pm ET join SANS Technology Institute instructor and courseware author, David Holzer, as Continue Reading

MySQL Group Replication for MySQL 5.7.15

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Hi all, it is time again to do another preview release of MySQL Group Replication, the plugin that brings multi-master update everywhere support to MySQL, like we described in the Hello World post. We are very proud to present the eighth preview release of MySQL Group Replication plugin, based on Continue Reading

Community Infrastructure Maintenance Window: Oct-10-2016

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Community Infrastructure Maintenance Window: Oct-10-2016 Tuesday , 20, September 2016 bstinson Uncategorized The CentOS Infrastructure team will be moving the machines hosting cbs.centos.org, ci.centos.org and accounts.centos.org on October 10th, 2016. We expect a downtime of 48hrs. Contact us in #centos-devel on freenode at any time during that period for questions, Continue Reading

CloudFlare’s new WordPress plugin

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  • September 20, 2016
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Over 25% of all websites use WordPress, and over 10% of all internet traffic flows through CloudFlare; WordPress + CloudFlare has always been a winning combination, and now with CloudFlare’s new WordPress plugin, it’s easier than ever to make your site 60% faster. Install or upgrade to CloudFlare’s new plugin Continue Reading

cPanel TSR-2016-0005 Announcement

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cPanel TSR-2016-0005 Announcement cPanel has released new builds for all public update tiers. These updates provide targeted changes to address security concerns with the cPanel & WHM product. These builds are currently available to all customers via the standard update system. cPanel has rated these updates as having CVSSv2 scores Continue Reading

Medical Device Security: The Continued Concern

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  • September 20, 2016
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During the 1990s, investment in medical device research and development more than doubled. Fast-forward to today, and the United States reportedly boasts the largest medical device market in the world (valued at around $148 billion). This charge into the future is showing no signs of slowing down, as its value Continue Reading

How to best evaluate issues with your Accelerated Mobile Pages

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  • September 19, 2016
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3. AMP Web Validator The AMP Web Validator, available at validator.ampproject.org, provides a simple web UI to test the validity of your AMP pages. To use the tool, you enter an AMP URL, or copy/paste your source code, and the web validator displays error messages between the lines. You can Continue Reading

Threat Intelligence Roundup – September 16, 2016

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  • September 18, 2016
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This week’s FortiGuard Threat Intelligence Brief reports on a spike in an Android advertising library, a fake series of banking sites used to phish credentials, as well as a campaign using the old faithful “we couldn’t deliver your package” courier scam. While hackers weren’t quite as active as they were Continue Reading

Red Hat Announces Plans for New Facility in Boston

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RALEIGH, N.C. — September 15, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today unveiled plans to expand its footprint to Boston. At its new facility, located at 300 A Street in the Fort Point neighborhood of Boston’s Seaport District, Red Hat plans Continue Reading

How can Google Search Console help you AMPlify your site?

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If you have recently implemented Accelerated Mobile Pages on your site, it’s a great time to check which of your AMP pages Google has found and indexed by using Search Console. Search Console is a free service that helps you monitor and maintain your site’s presence in Google Search, including Continue Reading

8 Questions to Ask About Your eCommerce Search Function (Part one: questions 1 to 4)

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Customers who use on-site search are far more likely to convert than those who simply browse for what they want. To ensure the best possible conversion rates and user experience retailers should analyse the performance and functionality of their on-site search. In this two-part article, we will examine the first Continue Reading

ownCloud Nominated as Finalist in Storage Insider’s Reader’s Choice Awards – Winners to be Announced in October

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by ownCloud GmbH posted on Friday, September 16th, 2016 posted in General Back in June we announced that ownCloud had been nominated for Storage Insider Award’s Enterprise File Sharing category. We would like to thank everyone who voted for us and say that we are honored. We’re excited to learn Continue Reading

Why CFOs Need to be Drivers of Security Stewardship

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When a natural disaster hits, communities are often caught off guard and have to rush to respond. More often than not, these communities didn’t anticipate the disaster and therefore are operating in reactive mode. If they had planned ahead, much of the trauma and impact of the disaster could have Continue Reading

Red Hat Adds QuickStart Cloud Installer to Red Hat Cloud Suite to Help Speed Private Cloud Deployments

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  • September 15, 2016
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RALEIGH, N.C. — September 14, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today introduced QuickStart Cloud Installer as part of Red Hat Cloud Suite, its pre-integrated set of cloud technologies. With the web-based, graphical QuickStart Cloud Installer, users can orchestrate the installation Continue Reading

Locky NSIS-based Ransomware is Embracing Its New End of Summer Shape

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  • September 15, 2016
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Over the last few months we saw that Locky’s loader uses seed parameter to execute properly. This method was probably used to prevent sandboxing, since it will not execute without the correct parameter. Afterwards, we saw Locky shift itself from an EXE to Dynamic Link Library (DLL). We recently encountered Continue Reading

Securing The Internet of Things – Industrial Control Systems

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The Internet of Things (networks of uniquely identifiable endpoints, or “things,” that communicate without human interaction using embedded IP connectivity) is the next industrial revolution. Estimates say there will be 24 Billion IoT devices installed by 2020, and $6 Trillion will be invested in IoT devices over the next 5 Continue Reading

Herzog Technologies Drives Intelligent Railway Safety Solution with Red Hat

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  • September 14, 2016
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RALEIGH, N.C. — September 13, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that Herzog Technologies, a leader in the railroad signal and communications industry, has launched a cloud-based positive train control (PTC) solution using Red Hat technologies. The enterprise-grade foundation Continue Reading

Fortinet at HPE Protect (Sept. 13-16, 2016)

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  • September 14, 2016
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I’m excited to be at Protect 2016, HPE’s largest security event of the year! Over 2,000 security professionals at the event will explore an integrated approach to security and risk management, and learn how to make effective security simple. At Fortinet, we hold similar values. The modern response to increasingly Continue Reading

GitLab 8.11 Release Webcast: GitLab Issue Board Launch

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  • September 13, 2016
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This was an exciting release for GitLab! We appreciate all of the commments from the community on GitLab 8.11 being an “epic release”. We couldn’t agree more. In addition to the release news, we made a point to highlight our vision more prominently. If you’re familiar with GitLab and our Continue Reading

Threat Intelligence Roundup September 09, 2016

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This is our third week of the roundup, and things in the cyberthreat world continue to be interesting, including the return of several attacks we have seen for years. Here’s a quick summary of what happened this week. 1. It’s Still About Ransomware. While last week’s spike seems to have Continue Reading

MailEnable Version 9.18 Release

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  • September 12, 2016
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RSS: MailEnable Version 9.18 Release MailEnable version 9.18 for Standard, Professional, Enterprise and Premium Editions is available for download from the MailEnable Web Site. The following change list outlines changes in version 9.18: RECENT CHANGES FIX: Services did not allow for a large number for bindings (other than specifying to Continue Reading

ISPConfig Migration Tool 1.4.4 released

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ISPConfig Migration Tool 1.4.4 released – ISPConfig The migration tool helps you to import data from other control panels (currently ISPConfig 2 and 3, Plesk 10 – 12.5 and Confixx 3) into a new ISPConfig 3 or ISPConfig 3.1 single- or multiserver installation. The tool can also be used to Continue Reading

How to increase eCommerce sales with Google Shopping

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New insight and tips! Google Shopping offers a more visual way to bring products front and center on Google Search results and other Google properties. The potential to boost online sales with Google Shopping is massive but you need to know these insider tricks to make it work for your Continue Reading

What is AMP?

In advance of AMP expanding in Google Search, over the next few weeks we’ll be posting pointers to help you #AMPlify your site. Follow along with the #AMPlify hashtag on G+ and Twitter. Have you already built AMP pages for your site? Share your feedback in the comments below or Continue Reading

Nominations Open for 2017 Red Hat Innovation Awards

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  • September 12, 2016
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RALEIGH, N.C. — September 12, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that it is accepting nominations for the 2017 Red Hat Innovation Awards. Red Hat customers and partners are the driving force behind our success. It’s an honor every Continue Reading

SPF, DKIM, and DMARC: Acronym Soup or Useful Email Security?

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  • September 10, 2016
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Spam has been an constant and chronic problem since the early days of the internet.  The first unsolicited mass e-mailing (later termed SPAM) was sent on May 1, 1978 by Gary Thuerk of Digital Equipment Corp (DEC) advertising the VAX T-series to 400 of the then 2600 ARPAnet users. The Continue Reading

Cybersecurity: A Business Enabler for Leading Global Financial Institutions

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  • September 9, 2016
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Financial cybersecurity has become a front-and-center topic due to a number of recent high-profile breaches. In the last few months, we have witnessed one of the largest bank robberies ever – a whopping $81 million taken during the digital Bangladesh Bank heist. On the heels of the Bangladesh Bank heist, Continue Reading

Today’s Retail Network and Security Requirements

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  • September 9, 2016
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For retailers with many geographically dispersed shops or stores, having secure network connectivity and linking all sites to the head office has become the glue of critical operating processes, such as the Point of Sale (PoS), accounting, inventory control, pricing, customer relationship management applications, and other business services. The in-store Continue Reading

Q&A: Information Sharing and Trust in Cybersecurity Today

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  • September 8, 2016
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With cybercrime such a big concern these days, cooperation and information sharing between public and private organizations has never been more important. We recently talked with Derek Manky, Global Security Strategist at Fortinet, to get his thoughts on the difficulty, and importance, of trusted networks for sharing information in the Continue Reading

A reminder about widget links

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  • September 8, 2016
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Google has long taken a strong stance against links that manipulate a site’s PageRank. Today we would like to reiterate our policy on the creation of keyword-rich, hidden or low-quality links embedded in widgets that are distributed across various sites. Widgets can help website owners enrich the experience of their Continue Reading

Synacor Launches New Support Program for 400+ Million Zimbra Open Source Users

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  • September 8, 2016
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Marks continued commitment to Open Source Edition of Zimbra Creates increased value of open source deployments Adds New Zimbra Suite Plus features: Mobile sync, Backup, Storage and Admin tools BUFFALO – September 8, 2016 – Synacor, Inc. (Nasdaq:SYNC), the trusted multiscreen technology, and monetization partner for video, internet and communications Continue Reading

Updated CentOS Vagrant Images Available (v1608.01)

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  • September 8, 2016
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Updated CentOS Vagrant Images Available (v1608.01) Wednesday , 7, September 2016 Laurențiu Păncescu announcement Official Vagrant images for CentOS Linux 6 and CentOS Linux 7 for x86_64 are now available for download, featuring updated packages to 31 August 2016, as well as a new image for VMware Fusion. Known Issues Continue Reading

WordPress 4.6.1 Security and Maintenance Release

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  • September 7, 2016
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WordPress 4.6.1 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.6 and earlier are affected by two security issues: a cross-site scripting vulnerability via image filename, reported by SumOfPwn researcher Cengiz Han Sahin; and Continue Reading

Red Hat Delivers Functionality Updates Across Multiple OpenStack Services with General Availability of Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9

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RALEIGH, N.C. — August 31, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the general availability of Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9, its highly scalable, open Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platform designed to deploy, scale and manage private cloud, public cloud, and Network Continue Reading

Threat Intelligence Roundup – September 02, 2016

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August ended with the spike in malware activity we predicted last week to welcome everyone back to school and work. Here is a summary of this week’s FortiGuard Threat Intelligence Brief. 1. Ransomware explodes. Ransomware took off this week, filling nine of our weekly top-ten malware detection list slots. Not Continue Reading

Gone missing: the day a few group members went silent!

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Group Replication introduces a new way to do replication in MySQL. With great features such as multi-master replication it brings a range of exciting deployment scenarios where some difficult problems become much easier to solve. Relying on a Consensus protocol – Paxos, to achieve its goal, sometimes we can get into situations where we Continue Reading

4 tips to boost international sales quickly

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  • September 6, 2016
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Learn from the expert! Spanish payment advisor Steven Beamer from Ingenico, gives us the low down on on how to boost international sales quickly in four simple and insightful tips. We talk about the importance of creating a local personalised customer experience to being change ready.  So, if you are Continue Reading

After 4 days, Gabon is getting back on the Internet

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On September 1, we reported that we had seen a complete shutdown of Internet access to CloudFlare sites from Gabon. This morning, Internet connectivity in Gabon appears to have been at least partially restored starting at around 0500 UTC. Some news reports indicate that Internet access has been restored in Continue Reading

Unrest in Gabon leads to Internet shutdown (updated)

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  • September 3, 2016
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A second day of rioting in Gabon after the recent election is accompanied by an Internet blackout. Residents of the capital, Libreville, reported that Internet access had been cut and we can confirm that we saw a sudden shutdown of Internet access from Gabon to sites that use CloudFlare. These Continue Reading

Take it Easy, and Say Hi to This New Python Ransomware

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  • September 3, 2016
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A new ransomware variant, named “Fsociety Locker” (“Fsociety ALpha 1.0”), showed up recently seeking a place in the threat marketplace. The authors of this malware must be “Mr. Robot” fans, as the name “Fsociety” refers to the fictional group of hackers in that show. This new ransomware variant is one Continue Reading

Cyber Criminals Set Sights On Carrier Networks  

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  • September 3, 2016
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Can mobile carriers afford to put the loyalty of 47 percent of their customers at risk in the wake of a security breach? These are the stakes, according to a Nokia survey of more than 20,000 global customers. Carrier networks are at the forefront of today’s service revolution. With the Continue Reading

Continuous integration tests for the CentOS Vagrant images

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Continuous integration tests for the CentOS Vagrant images Thursday , 1, September 2016 Laurențiu Păncescu cico Since yesterday, we have production-ready automated tests for our Vagrant images on ci.centos.org, fully integrated with GitHub. We were only able to build and test scratch images manually until now, which was time consuming Continue Reading

Security Webcast with Yubico

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  • September 2, 2016
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Git is distributed, meaning that people can maintain a copy of the source code. While Git’s distributed nature is what makes it so popular amongst developers, it is also what makes it a security concern to enterprises. The concern is that your source code is only as secure as the Continue Reading

Fake-Game: The Emergence of a Phishing-as-a-Service Platform

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  • September 2, 2016
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Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) business models continue to thrive in the cyber underground. It has allowed cyber crooks to generate renewable income through renting malware rather than selling their tool for a one-time payment. As a result, the business model has been adopted in various underground commodities such as exploit kits and Continue Reading

11.52 EOL in One Month

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  • September 2, 2016
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cPanel & WHM 11.52 is set to reach End of Life at the end of September, 2016. In accordance with our EOL policy ( https://go.cpanel.net/longtermsupport ), 11.52 will continue functioning on servers where it is already installed. However, no further updates, such as security fixes and installations, will be provided Continue Reading

Q&A: Protecting Businesses while Migrating to Clouds and Software-Defined Data Centers with Fortinet

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As businesses require more speed and flexibility in delivering applications and services, cloud computing has emerged as the model best aligned to meet the needs of many organizations. Data centers especially are evolving rapidly into both private and public clouds, along with customer demands for fast and secure cloud infrastructure Continue Reading

[SingCERT] Advisory on Shadow Brokers Leaked Tools Targeting Popular Network Devices

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Background On 13 August 2016, a group named Shadow Brokers released a large number of hacking tools that were targeting specific network devices. These included Cisco, WatchGuard and Fortinet equipment. The leaked files contain exploits, discovery tools, implants and documentation on how to use the tools. Users and organizations that Continue Reading

Starting an Online Business: 4 awesome eCommerce ideas to find your niche

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Finding a unique niche to create a strong eCommerce brand identity is becoming increasingly difficult.We take a look at a range of original brand concepts that shine.Think product traceability by revisiting traditional flower delivery with Blooms online store, or how about Ahlavache?The online butcher offering meat delivery sourced directly from Continue Reading

The Best of Both Worlds – How Fortinet is Securing Your Data Center

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With each passing day, enterprise networks are evolving. It started with the advent of virtualization, when companies realized that they don’t need a single server per application. Ever since, there has been a consistent march towards the purely virtual data center. While networks are evolving, so are the threats they Continue Reading

OpenStack Days East — MySQL Options in OpenStack

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I recently had the pleasure of attending the first OpenStack Days East conference in NYC. This was the first OpenStack Days event that we’ve had on the East Coast of the US, but I hope that it’s the first of many! I enjoyed the location, the people, the content—it was Continue Reading

Innovation Insights: Filling IoT Connectivity and Security Gaps

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We’ve all heard about the growing proliferation of IoT devices. They are a critical component of the new digital economy, collecting and sharing information about a myriad of things – from smart appliances, irrigation systems, and shipping containers, to wireless energy meters, and mobile healthcare devices. The information they collect Continue Reading

German Speakers Targeted by SPAM Leading to Ozone RAT

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Remote Administration Tools (RAT) have been around for a long time. They provide users and administrators with the convenience of being able to take full control of their systems without needing to be physically in front of a device. In this age of global operations, that’s a huge deal. From Continue Reading

Forbes Names Red Hat One of the World's Most Innovative Companies

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RALEIGH, N.C. — August 26, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced it has been named to Forbes‘ “World’s Most Innovative Companies” list. Red Hat was ranked as the 25th most innovative company in the world, marking the company’s fourth Continue Reading

Red Hat Powers New Generation of High-performance virtualization based on open standards with Red Hat Virtualization 4

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RALEIGH, N.C. — August 24, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the general availability of Red Hat Virtualization 4, the newest release of its Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) -powered virtualization platform. Red Hat Virtualization 4 challenges the economics and Continue Reading

FortiGuard Threat Intelligence Roundup

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  • August 31, 2016
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For those of you who don’t know, Fortinet publishes a threat intelligence roundup every Friday, the Fortinet Threat Intelligence Brief, that reviews new threats and trends. It is a treasure trove of analysis and information that ought to be part of your regimen every Friday. This week is no exception. Continue Reading

You Can Finally Get More Page Rules For 5 For $5

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Since CloudFlare launched Page Rules in 2012, our Free, Pro and Business users have been asking for a way to get more Page Rules without committing to the next plan up. Starting today, anyone on CloudFlare can add 5 additional Page Rules for just $5/month. Page Rules allows you to Continue Reading

Windows Server scalability and more!

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This post was authored by Jeff Woolsey, Principal Program Manager, Windows Server. We are about a month away from Microsoft Ignite 2016 in Atlanta and we are eager to see you and provide a first-class tour of Windows Server, System Center, OMS, Azure, along with so much more. For those Continue Reading

Powering the always-on business

After a bad experience with its previous cloud service provider, the Sheridan-Jeco Group of Companies turned to ReadySpace to ensure its e-mail service is up and running at all times. WITH electronic communications powering today’s knowledge-based economy, any downtime in e-mail systems can have an adverse impact on any business. Continue Reading

Bandwidth Costs Around the World

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  • August 18, 2016
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CloudFlare protects over 4 million websites using our global network which spans 86 cities across 45 countries. Running this network give us a unique vantage point to track the evolving cost of bandwidth around the world. CC BY-SA 2.0 image by Quinn Dombrowski Recap Two years ago, we previewed the Continue Reading

Webuzo 2.4.8 Launched

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  • August 17, 2016
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Hi, The Webuzo Team has released Webuzo 2.4.8. This version introduces a domain addition fix.The following is a list of all changes : 1) [Fix] Domains added in Webuzo 2.4.6+ had a BIND config issue. This is now fixed. Regards,The Webuzo Team

Government of India Banks on ownCloud for DigiLocker Project

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  • August 17, 2016
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by ownCloud GmbH posted on Wednesday, August 17th, 2016 posted in Press releases Every Indian citizen should have the opportunity to store their official papers on a central server – the project that allows this is based entirely on open source, including ownCloud. Nuremberg/New Delhi (India), August 17, 2016 – Continue Reading

Government of India Chooses ownCloud for DigiLocker Project

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by Holger Dyroff posted on Wednesday, August 17th, 2016 posted in Community Today we announced some very exciting news. The Indian government has chosen ownCloud to be part of the DigiLocker Project! The idea behind DigiLocker is to provide every Indian citizen with a safe, digital storage space for all Continue Reading

JBifrost: Yet Another Incarnation of the Adwind RAT

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  • August 17, 2016
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The Adwind Remote Access Trojan (RAT) is a popular Java-based backdoor capable of infecting Windows, Linux, Mac OS and Android operating systems. Its cross-platform nature, elaborate backdoor features, and relatively cheap price makes it a favourite choice for many cybercriminals today. Earlier this year, it was reported that Adwind was Continue Reading

Black Hat US 2016 Wraps Up

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  • August 17, 2016
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      Once again, Black Hat US 2016 was held in Las Vegas in the huge Mandalay Bay resort conference center. This is the biggest Black Hat event of the year, and for sure the largest computer security conference as well. In fact, this year it broke its attendance Continue Reading

Soshir – Social Media Managing Made Easy

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  • August 17, 2016
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Aloha!  We’d like to announce that Soshir – Social Mediaan Management for Businesses – is now available with ReadySpace.  Make your social media marketing and PR initiatives more effective and efficient by employing the unified management that Soshir provides – you no longer need to manage your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Continue Reading

WordPress 4.6 “Pepper”

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Version 4.6 of WordPress, named “Pepper” in honor of jazz baritone saxophonist Park Frederick “Pepper” Adams III, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.6 help you to focus on the important things while feeling more at home. Streamlined Updates Don’t lose your place: Continue Reading

Global Travel Technology Leader Amadeus Wins 2016 Red Hat Innovator of the Year Award

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RALEIGH, N.C. — August 15, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that Amadeus, a leading provider of technology solutions for the global travel industry, won the 2016 Red Hat Innovator of the Year award. They were selected as the Continue Reading

Accelerating Node.js applications with HTTP/2 Server Push

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In April, we announced support for HTTP/2 Server Push via the HTTP Link header. My coworker John has demonstrated how easy it is to add Server Push to an example PHP application. CC BY 2.0 image by Nicky Fernandes We wanted to make it easy to improve the performance of Continue Reading

Black Hat Las Vegas 2016 Observations: The Security Conundrum

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  • August 6, 2016
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On Wednesday, Dan Kaminsky delivered the opening keynote address at Black Hat. His talk was entitled, “The Hidden Architecture of our Time: “Why This Internet Worked, How We Could Lose It, and the Role Hackers Play,” and detailed the challenges and risks of the Internet, and what vendors need to Continue Reading

ISPConfig 3.1 RC 1 released for testing

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What’s new in ISPConfig 3.1 ISPConfig 3.1 is the next generation of the ISPConfig hosting control panel with a completely renovated UI and a lot of new features. Here a few highlights: New responsive User Interface based on the Bootstrap framework. The interface is responsive now which makes it easy Continue Reading

Joomla! 3.6.2 Released

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Joomla! 3.6.2 is now available. This is a bug fix release for the 3.x series of Joomla. This release fixes some bugs in email cloaking and sessions from Joomla! 3.6.1. What’s in 3.6.2 Joomla! 3.6.2 fixes some issues found in the 3.6.1 release on Wednesday related to sessions on PHP Continue Reading

Black Hat Las Vegas 2016 Observations:

The Show Floor I’m always interested to walk the show floor the first day of a conference to get a sense of what the vendor community has decided is important. The show floor at Black Hat is especially interesting, because while most of the vendors are responding to the security Continue Reading

New Era in Anti-Virus Detection Evasions

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In the last couple of months, we wrote about the discoveries we found in Dridex, the long-lived banking Trojan that is still quite active in-the-wild. In the blog post, TL;DR, we mentioned the Trojan has equipped with new module that could be used to evade one of the anti-virus products, Continue Reading

RSA Conference Asia Pacific & Japan 2016, and Some Thoughts

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The RSA Conference: Asia Pacific & Japan 2016 concluded last July 22nd in the majestic Marina Bay Sands hotel here in Singapore. Traditionally, my team helps in the Fortinet exhibit booth to assist with FortiGuard-related inquiries. However this time, I was lucky to have been granted a full conference pass Continue Reading

MailEnable Version 9.16 Release

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RSS: MailEnable Version 9.16 Release MailEnable version 9.16 for Standard, Professional, Enterprise and Premium Editions is available for download from the MailEnable Web Site. The following change list outlines changes in version 9.16: RECENT CHANGES FIX: Forward/back in webmail would not work on custom folders FIX: Attendee list in webmail Continue Reading

11.52 EOL in Two Months

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cPanel & WHM 11.52 is set to reach End of Life at the end of September, 2016. In accordance with our EOL policy (https://go.cpanel.com/longtermsupport), 11.52 will continue functioning on servers where it is already installed. However, no further updates, such as security fixes and installations, will be provided for 11.52 Continue Reading

[20160801] – Core – ACL Violation

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Project: Joomla! SubProject: CMS Severity: Low Versions: 1.6.0 through 3.6.0 Exploit type: ACL Violation Reported Date: 2016-April-29 Fixed Date: 2016-August-03 CVE Numbers: requested Description Inadequate ACL checks in com_content provide potential read access to data which should be access restricted to users with edit_own level. Affected Installs Joomla! CMS versions Continue Reading

Insights on TorrentLocker

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Summary During the last weeks there have been several cases of international brand names being used by malware authors to propagate malware through phishing emails. These emails contain misleading links that download malicious Zip files, which, in turn, contain a JavaScript file that downloads the TorrentLocker ransomware. The malicious files Continue Reading

Don’t miss the launch of Windows Server and System Center 2016 at Ignite

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Recently we announced our plans to launch Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016 at the Ignite Conference in Atlanta on September 26-30. We hope you can join us for the fun! We are working on a full set of sessions, including guest appearances by customers and MVP’s who have Continue Reading

Computacenter is named ownCloud Gold Partner delivering Infinite File Services together with Red Hat and ownCloud

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by Holger Dyroff posted on Tuesday, July 26th, 2016 posted in General Today we have announced that Computacenter has chosen to work with ownCloud and Red Hat to deliver Infinite File Service (IFS). IFS includes the ownCloud Enterprise Edition, object storage using Red Hat Ceph Storage, and Red Hat OpenShift Container Continue Reading

Infinite File Service – The Cloud Inside Your Datacenter With No Known Scalability Boundaries

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by ownCloud GmbH posted on Tuesday, July 26th, 2016 posted in Press releases Computacenter collaborates with ownCloud and Red Hat to present a robust solution that goes beyond traditional file servers. The Infinite File Service (IFS) unifies scalability, performance and increased security. Munich / Nuremberg, July 26, 2016 – Computacenter Continue Reading

CVE-2016-1238 Perl

CVE-2016-1238 Perl Background Information On July 25 2016, Perl announced a vulnerability in all versions of the Perl 5 software. Impact According to Perl development:The problem relates to Perl 5 (“perl”) loading modules from the includes directory array (“@INC”) in which the last element is the current directory (“.”). That Continue Reading

Synacor Announces Zimbra Collaboration 8.7 Release, with Enhanced Features for Global Enterprises and Service Providers

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Focusing on security and privacy while continuing our dedication to our open source community BUFFALO – July 13, 2016 – Synacor, Inc. (Nasdaq:SYNC), the trusted multiscreen technology and monetization partner for video, internet and communications providers, device manufacturers and enterprises, today announced the latest product release—Zimbra Collaboration 8.7—by Zimbra, the world’s Continue Reading

MailEnable Version 9.15 Release

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RSS: MailEnable Version 9.15 Release MailEnable version 9.15 for Standard, Professional, Enterprise and Premium Editions is available for download from the MailEnable Web Site. The following change list outlines changes in version 9.15: RECENT CHANGES ADD: Can view SpamAssassin logs through the admin program if it is installed IMP: Improved Continue Reading

ISPConfig 3.1 Beta 2 released for testing

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What’s new in ISPConfig 3.1 ISPConfig 3.1 is the next generation of the ISPConfig hosting control panel with a completely renovated UI and a lot of new features. Here a few highlights: New responsive User Interface based on the Bootstrap framework. The interface is responsive now which makes it easy Continue Reading

Fastweb builds its first Cloud offering for the Italian enterprise market on Red Hat OpenStack Platform

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MILAN — July 5, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that FastWeb has renewed its first cloud offering for the Italian enterprise market on Red Hat OpenStack Platform. FastWeb is the largest alternative fixed-line telecommunications provider in Italy, and Continue Reading

How Healthcare Can Build their Cyber Threat Defenses

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Articles, blogs, and whitepapers written about the rise in cybercrime targeting healthcare have become routine even as they reflect a mounting threat to one of our most critical industries. Virtually anyone who has access to a computer and has a propensity toward criminal activity is now able to enter the Continue Reading

Golden October with Amazon Payments

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Don’t miss this golden opportunity to get started with Amazon Payments: Sow the seeds to help grow your business by 22 September 2016 and earn up to 3 months without service fees*. Offer Amazon Payments to your customers for a trusted, fast, and secure way to pay. Make it predictably Continue Reading

EasyApache 21 July Maintenance Update

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SUMMARYcPanel, Inc. has released updated RPMs for EasyApache 4 on July 21, 2016, with Apache version 2.4.23 and patches to Apache 2.4 for the HTTPROXY vulnerability. This release addresses vulnerabilities related to CVE-2016-1546, CVE-2016-4979, and CVE-2016-5387. We strongly encourage all EasyApache 4 users to update their RPMs and all Apache Continue Reading

ownCloud Server 9.1 Now Available

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by Holger Dyroff posted on Thursday, July 21st, 2016 posted in General Today we proudly announced the availability of ownCloud Server 9.1 https://owncloud.com/owncloud-9-1-comes-integrated-two-factor-authentication/ , offering a number of improvements and new features making this new version even faster as well as more stable and secure. This means that upgrade of Continue Reading

ownCloud 9.1 Comes with Integrated Two-Factor Authentication

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by ownCloud GmbH posted on Thursday, July 21st, 2016 posted in General Nuremberg, July 21, 2016 – Today ownCloud announced the availability of Version 9.1 of its file access software. The new version comes with numerous improvements for community and enterprise users. Users of the ownCloud Community Edition can now conveniently Continue Reading

Protect your Website!

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Hi everyone! We’d like to let you know that protection for your website and other Web content is NOW AVAILABLE!  Protect your website against hackers and malicious scripts with the award-winning StopTheHacker website scanning application!  Further enhance your web security even more with DropMySite backup and monitoring services so you Continue Reading

ownCloud Welcomes Tobias Gerlinger as Managing Director and CEO

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by Holger Dyroff posted on Thursday, July 14th, 2016 posted in General Today I am pleased to welcome Tobias Gerlinger as ownCloud’s new Managing Director and CEO. Tobias is a graduate in business administration and mechanical engineering. He started his career as a sales and marketing manager in the software industry Continue Reading

ownCloud Secures Financing and Expands its Management Team

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by ownCloud GmbH posted on Thursday, July 14th, 2016 posted in Press releases Frankfurt-based investor group leads financing round; Tobias Gerlinger appointed Managing Director and CEO Nuremberg/Frankfurt, Germany, July 14, 2016 – ownCloud, provider of the world’s most widely used open source software for enterprise file access, secures financing worth millions. A Continue Reading

E-commerce delivery: Why is it essential to provide an optimal logistic experience on your web shop

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Delivery Delivery is becoming increasingly important for online shoppers. These days, many web shops are focusing on delivering orders as fast as possible, but they often do not offer enough options. A European study (MetaPack “Flexible delivery options” 2015) with 3,000 online shoppers, aged 18 to 65, indicated that the Continue Reading

Changes to .ORG domain names

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Hi folks, We’d like to let you know that, due to the Registry Operator for .ORG domains increasing their annual registration/renewal/transfer charges, ReadySpace will also be adjusting our fees for .ORG domain name extensions.  Changes will take effect from 1st August 2016. If you need further information or clarification, kindly find Continue Reading

WordPress 4.6 Beta 3

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WordPress 4.6 Beta 3 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress 4.6, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding Continue Reading

Four Reasons the Masses Might Not Be Ready for Biometric Logins

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According to research, nearly half (40 percent) of people in the U.S. and the U.K. have fallen victim to an online account being hacked, a password stolen, or personal information being compromised. Stats like these have many industries, like banking, scrambling for ways to batten down the hatches when it Continue Reading

[Incident] Cloud Hosting Mail server delayed emails and slowness in web service

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Dear Customers, You may be getting delayed emails when sending and receiving and slowness in accessing to website of one of our webserver.   Service(s) affected : Mail server(mail1.readyspace.com.sg) and Web Server (linweb03.cleverspeed.com) IP Address : 117.120.5.28 and 117.120.5.32 Details : The server is experiencing slowness after the rebuilding of raid and Continue Reading

[Incident] Cloud Hosting Mail server delayed emails

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Dear Customers, You may be getting delayed emails when sending and receiving. Service(s) affected : Mail server(mail1.readyspace.com.sg) Details : The server currently are rebuilding the RAID disk which might cause slowness in the disk I/O and hence the emails will be delayed in sending and receiving. We will update this post Continue Reading

New Services – you asked for it!

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Hey everyone! We’ve listened to what you’ve had to say, so … SSL, Backup and Website monitoring are now available on our Cloud (share) hosting platform!  For more information on these services, you can contact our nearest area office by clicking HERE! Cheers! ReadySpace Team

WordPress 4.6 Beta 2

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WordPress 4.6 Beta 2 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress 4.6, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding Continue Reading

No Loader is installed. Please contact support.

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If you are getting error message “No Loader is installed. Please contact support.“, you can fix it by using the following instructions. 1. Lets update ioncube curl http://dl1.centos-webpanel.com/files/php/scripts/ioncube_installer.sh|sh 2. Check if ioncube is loaded /usr/local/cwp/php54/bin/php -v ** If you get a message something like “ionCube PHP Loader” then it means Continue Reading

Healthcare Networks Under Hack Attack

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Whatever terminology you want to use for the hacking community – bad actors, cybercriminals, thorns in our side – the fact is that they are more sophisticated now than ever. And diligent. Recent years have seen both the proliferation of and gradual sophistication in their methods. They know that medical Continue Reading

New CentOS Atomic Host Ready for Download

An updated version of CentOS Atomic Host (tree version 7.20160707) is now available for download, featuring updated versions of docker (1.10.3) and the atomic run tool (1.10.5). CentOS Atomic Host is a lean operating system designed to run Docker containers, built from standard CentOS 7 RPMs, and tracking the component Continue Reading

Running virtual machines on AArch64

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Running virtual machines on AArch64 Thursday , 7, July 2016 Jim Perrin Uncategorized I’ve been asked a few times about running virtual machines on the ARMv8 AArch64 platform, so it may be time to document the procedure.There are a few packages you’ll need to make this happen, so lets install Continue Reading

Expert Q&A: A Discussion on Encryption

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Q&A on Encryption with Aamir Lakhani Encryption remains a hotly debated topic of discussion in cybersecurity. Fortinet’s Aamir Lakhani offers some perspective on what customers think about encryption today and going forward. Why is encryption currently such a hot topic? Privacy is a major concern right now. The Edward Snowden Continue Reading

ReadySpace Office Mail – email just got better

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Hey everyone! We listened to what you had to say, and … introducing … ReadySpace Office Mail! We’ve packed a whole lot more in to the package – just so you get better value and a better experience! Click HERE! to view details.   ReadySpace Team

Why we use the Linux kernel's TCP stack

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A recent blog post posed the question Why do we use the Linux kernel’s TCP stack?. It triggered a very interesting discussion on Hacker News. I’ve also thought about this question while working at CloudFlare. My experience mostly comes from working with thousands of production machines here and I can Continue Reading

6 smart competitive pricing tactics for eCommerce companies – part 1/2

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Competitive eCommerce pricing is not just price-matching or undercutting competitor prices. By using the right competitive intelligence technology, eCommerce companies can go way beyond that and competitively price in a more analytical and profitable way. I’ll show you how you can do just that by focusing on some often-neglected business Continue Reading

Recommended update for rubygem-chef 875

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Abstract: Moderate: Recommended update for rubygem-chef Patch: SUSE-Storage-1.0-2016-875Bugs: 967792, 960012 Applies to: Package(s): ruby2.1-rubygem-chef rubygem-chefProduct(s): SUSE Enterprise Storage 1 Downloads: SUSE Enterprise Storage 2 for x86-64 SUSE Enterprise Storage 1 for x86-64

What’s new in failover clustering: #05 Resilient private cloud

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This post was authored by Subhasish Bhattacharya, Program Manager, Windows Server. Introduction In the past, in a world of reliable but expensive SANs, an aggressive high-availability strategy designed to fail fast was most optimal. The health of the system would be closely monitored to detect issues and react quickly and Continue Reading

Fortinet Network Security Academy Series: Perspectives on Addressing Cybersecurity Skills Gap from Educational Leaders

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Interview with Rima Aristocrat, President and CEO of Willis College Q: Tell us a bit about Willis College and the type of courses that drive the greatest student engagement? A:  Established in 1866, Willis College is Canada’s first regulated Career College. This year, Willis College is celebrating 150 years of Continue Reading

Recommended update for openldap2 1017

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Recommended update for SUSE Manager Server 3.0 986

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Abstract: Moderate: Recommended update for SUSE Manager Server 3.0 Patch: SUSE-SUSE-Manager-Server-3.0-2016-986Bugs: 958923, 961002, 962253, 966441, 966890, 967865, 969320, 969529, 970223, 970951, 971237, 971372, 971606, 971622, 973365, 974119, 974288, 974302, 974891, 975120, 975135, 975161, 975303, 975306, 975354, 975424, 975733, 975746, 975757, 975889, 976148, 976194, 976203, 977264, 977280, 977465, 977579, 977781, 978050, Continue Reading

Recommended update for SUSE Manager Server, Proxy and Client Tools 984

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Recommended update for libcpuset 1018

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Recommended update for salt 822

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Abstract: Moderate: Recommended update for salt Patch: SUSE-SUSE-Manager-Proxy-3.0-2016-822Bugs: 979676 Applies to: Package(s): salt salt-api salt-bash-completion salt-doc salt-master salt-minion salt-proxy salt-ssh salt-syndic salt-zsh-completionProduct(s): SUSE Manager 3 Proxy Downloads: SUSE Manager 3 Server for x86-64 SUSE Manager 3 Server for s390x SUSE Manager 3 Proxy for x86-64

Recommended update for SUSE Manager Proxy 3.0 986

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Abstract: Moderate: Recommended update for SUSE Manager Proxy 3.0 Patch: SUSE-SUSE-Manager-Proxy-3.0-2016-986Bugs: 969320, 970951, 971372, 974288, 974891, 975120, 975161, 975303, 975306, 975424, 975733, 975757, 976148, 977781, 978833, 979313, 980313 Applies to: Package(s): salt salt-api salt-bash-completion salt-doc salt-master salt-minion salt-proxy salt-ssh salt-syndic salt-zsh-completion spacewalk-backend spacewalk-backend-libs spacewalk-base-minimal spacewalk-base-minimal-config spacewalk-check spacewalk-client-setup spacewalk-client-tools susemanager-slsProduct(s): SUSE Continue Reading

Letsencrypt Free SSL on CWP

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Coming Soon full info about it! Configuration Files– coming soon How to enable Apache ssl/tls port 443– coming soon How to delete letsencrypt for domain– coming soon

Red Hat and Eurotech Launch End-to-End, Fully Open Source IoT Cloud Platform Project

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SAN FRANCISCO — June 30, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, and Eurotech (ETH:IM), a leading provider of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) platforms and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, today announced the launch of a new, open source Eclipse Foundation project to manage Continue Reading

Red Hat Summit 2017 Dates Announced

SAN FRANCISCO — June 30, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that the 13th annual Red Hat Summit will take place at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, May 2 – 5, 2017. Every year, Red Hat Summit brings Continue Reading

Red Hat Announces 2016 Women in Open Source Award Winners

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SAN FRANCISCO — June 30, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced Jessica McKellar, director of engineering and chief of staff to the vice president of engineering at Dropbox, and Preeti Murthy, a graduate student at Carnegie Mellon University, are Continue Reading

ownCloud 9.0.3 and 8.2.6 Now Available

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by ownCloud Inc. posted on Friday, July 1st, 2016 posted in General We are pleased to announce that new versions ownCloud 9.0.3 and ownCloud 8.2.6 are here! The updates include a number of lower severity security patches and hardenings. Both updates got a couple of interesting fixes in the areas Continue Reading

ownCloud Article Data Security in International Business Published in CloudComputing-Insider

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by Holger Dyroff posted on Friday, July 1st, 2016 posted in General Just in case you missed it, yesterday I had an article published in German language publication, CloudComputing-Insider, “Data Security in International Business.”  Since the Safe Harbor decision last October and the inception of the new European Privacy Regulations, Continue Reading

Cracking Locky’s New Anti-Sandbox Technique

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The last few weeks saw new variants of the Locky ransomware that employs a new anti-sandbox technique. In these new variants, Locky’s loader code uses a seed parameter from its JavaScript downloader in order to decrypt embedded malicious code and execute it properly. For example, the downloaded Locky executable is Continue Reading

Wrapping Financial Services in a Security Blanket: How the Fortinet Security Fabric enhances the security of Financial Services organizations.

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The Enterprise security market has grown extremely complicated over the past decade. This complexity is being compounded as the business of Financial Services moves from person-to-person transactions to automated high-speed machine-to-machine operations and workflows. We originally designed security systems that protect people from other people – vaults, teller cages, guards, Continue Reading

cPanel & WHM 11.50 EOL Now, 11.52 EOL September

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cPanel & WHM 11.50 has now reached End of Life, and cPanel & WHM 11.52 is set to reach End of Life at the end of September 2016. In accordance with our EOL policy [https://go.cpanel.net/longtermsupport], 11.50 will continue functioning on servers where it is already installed. The last release of Continue Reading

Red Hat Partners Rally Around JBoss EAP 7

SAN FRANCISCO – RED HAT SUMMIT 2016 — June 27, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today highlighted the breadth and depth of its global partner ecosystem around Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP) 7, the latest version of Continue Reading

Red Hat Delivers JBoss EAP 7, a Foundation for Hybrid Cloud Applications

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SAN FRANCISCO – RED HAT SUMMIT 2016 — June 27, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the general availability of Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 (JBoss EAP), the leading open source Java EE 7 compliant application server, Continue Reading

10th Annual Red Hat Innovation Awards Recognize Achievements in Open Source

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SAN FRANCISCO — June 27, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the winners of the 10th annual Red Hat Innovation Awards, recognizing customers and partners for their outstanding and innovative use of Red Hat solutions. This year’s winners – Continue Reading

Red Hat, Codenvy and Microsoft Collaborate on Language Server Protocol

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SAN FRANCISCO — Red Hat Summit and DevNation — June 27, 2016 — Today, Codenvy, Microsoft and Red Hat, Inc. announced adoption of a language server protocol project representing a collaborative effort to provide a common way to integrate programming languages across code editors and integrated development environments (IDEs). Announced Continue Reading

Attract clients when launching an online business: Interview wth Rachel Bouchon of Atelieramour.com

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Rachel Bouchon turned her experience in the lingerie industry into a successful online business: Atelieramour.com is an innovative company that takes the challenge out of buying lingerie as a gift or as a personal treat. In today’s interview, Rachel shares her advice for laying the groundwork for a successful website Continue Reading

Zimbra/Synacor Extending General Support & Technical Guidance for Zimbra Collaboration 8.0 and 8.5.x/8.6.x

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General support for Zimbra Collaboration 8.0 through 8.6 was scheduled to end this summer. We are now extending these dates as follows: Zimbra/Synacor highly recommends upgrading to Zimbra Collaboration 8.7 upon its release. Version 8.7 provides critical bug fixes and security patches for previous Zimbra product versions. The extension will give you ample time to plan and upgrade Continue Reading

Using Context to Predict the Future

The vast majority of security strategies are reactive. The goal is to close the gap between the time to compromise and time to discover. According to the 2016 DBIR report, this compromise time is minutes for a majority (over 80%) of breaches. Solving this problem is complicated because threats are Continue Reading

School-links Messaging Solution

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Introduction School-links is New Zealand’s leading online communications tool in schools and early childhood centres, delivering hundreds of thousands of important messages every month. School-links help connect schools and their families, staff and supporters and believe in the importance of community engagement in school life and crucially in the safety Continue Reading

Import / Export MySQL Database

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How to import or export MySQL database with command line.This is also useful when working with big databases. Export database info file mysqldump DATABASE-NAME > FILE-NAME.sql Export database into compressed file to save space mysqldump DATABASE-NAME | gzip FILE-NAME.sql.gz Export database into compressed file with date name to save space Continue Reading

[SingCERT] Kaspersky Report on Compromised RDP Servers – "The xDedic Marketplace"

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On 15 June 2016, Kaspersky released a report on xDedic – an underground market that facilitated the sale of compromised login credentials of Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) servers in 173 countries including Singapore. With the login credentials, the buyer will be able to access the server, including all the data Continue Reading

Stop Worrying About Security Set-Up!

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Security, security, security. The buzzword that buzzes incessantly like an annoying mosquito that you’re stuck with in a dark and quiet room late at night. You just can’t avoid it. Everybody’s concerned about it and preoccupied with what they can or cannot and should or should not do. Taking your Continue Reading

Secure and fast GitHub Pages with CloudFlare

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GitHub offers a web hosting service whereby you can serve a static website from a GitHub repository. This platform, GitHub Pages, can be used with CloudFlare whilst using a custom domain name. In this tutorial, I will show you how to use CloudFlare and GitHub together. By taking advantage of Continue Reading

PrestaShop is now available on Microsoft’s Azure Marketplace

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PrestaShop is always looking for ways to improve store performance for our merchants. To that end, we’re proud to announce a new partnership with Microsoft that makes PrestaShop available worldwide on the Microsoft Azure Cloud.So what’s all the hype about? Technically it means that you can get PrestaShop on the Continue Reading

[Scheduled Maintenance] Readyspace Cloud Drive Maintenance

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  • June 15, 2016
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Dear Customers, We will be performing a maintenance on our Cloud Drive servers. Upgrades and patches will be rolled out for this maintenance.   Service affected: Cloud Drive Scheduled start time and date: 11:30 PM 14/06/2016 SGT (GMT+8) Estimated end time and date: 12:30 AM 15/06/2016 SGT (GMT+8)   Details: Continue Reading

Changing Behavior is Hard – Thinking About Passwords, Shadow IT, and AI

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Passwords and social media sites have been a recent topic of interest. Although the conversation is not new, it is still important because it affects everyone. The challenge is that users resist regularly changing their passwords, and implementing behavior change is not easy. Fortinet’s Tyson Macaulay shares some perspective, and Continue Reading

The Myth of the ”Platform” Security Strategy

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We all know about the challenges of having far too many security vendors deployed across our networks.  In Fortinet’s most recent research, surveying over 1,000 CSOs across ten countries about their top concerns, 59% of respondents stated that the greatest challenge to achieving automated and consistent security policies across their Continue Reading

pure-ftpd Setup Passive FTP Ports

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How to enable passive ports on your pure-ftpd server and CSF FirewallWhen transferring files on/from your ftp server you will need to have passive ports specified and allowed in the firewall. Firstly lets edit pure-ftpd configuration file nano /etc/pure-ftpd/pure-ftpd.conf Uncomment (remove # at beginning of the line) PassivePortRange and specify Continue Reading

[Scheduled] customer portal maintenance

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Dear Customers, We will be performing maintenance on customer portal cp.readyspace.com.sg|hk|ph|co.. During the maintenance customer control panel will be inaccessible for a short period of time.   Here are the details: Notification Type     : Scheduled Maintenance Start Date/Time     : Friday 17th June, 2016 10:00pm (GMT +0800 hours) End Date/Time   Continue Reading

Obfuscated Bitcoin Miner Propagates Through FTP Using Password Dictionary

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Although bitcoin miners have been used by cybercriminals before as a way to monetize their malicious activities, this recent sample (MD5: 522f8ba8b2dec299cc64c0ccf5a68000) caught our attention because it is unusually heavy, persistent, and obfuscated. Fortinet detects this threat as W32/Miner. (3) Threat Description This malicious bitcoin miner is, in fact, a Continue Reading

ICSA Labs Certifies Fortinet’s Advanced Threat Protection Framework

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Fortinet’s Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Framework has once again achieved Advanced Threat Defense (ATD) Certification from ICSA Labs for Q1 of 2016.  We remain one of the four vendors in the entire industry who have achieved this independent certification. Advanced threats represent some of the most difficult security challenges faced Continue Reading

Brussels, Belgium: CloudFlare's 81st Data Center is Live!

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Our week begins in Brussels, where we announce our newest data center. This is our 23rd data center in Europe alone, and our 81st data center globally – providing additional redundancy to nearby facilities in Amsterdam and Paris. Millions of websites using CloudFlare are now faster in Brussels, and we Continue Reading

Red Hat Releases the Open Decision Framework to Spur Transparent and Inclusive Leadership

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Red Hat today announced the release of a community version of the Open Decision Framework, the company’s collection of its own best practices for making decisions and leading projects. The framework can help decision-makers communicate transparently, seek out diverse perspectives, collaborate more effectively across distributed teams, and limit unanticipated impacts Continue Reading

Things you can learn from a million users

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Recently, I had the pleasure of leading a FortiGate-5000 series chassis deployment. While I’ve worked on the 5000 series before, this was my first “soup to nuts” deployment of our 4th generation chassis. The 5000 series is not merely a very large appliance. It is a vessel for FortiGate and Continue Reading

How to package your products online

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When we talk about “packaging a product,” your mind likely drifts to thoughts of corrugated cardboard boxes, bubble wrap, and tape — that is, physical packaging. But have you given any thought to how you package your products online? For some store owners, they display and sell their products simply. Their Continue Reading

Optimizing TLS over TCP to reduce latency

The layered nature of the Internet (HTTP on top of some reliable transport (e.g. TCP), TCP on top of some datagram layer (e.g. IP), IP on top of some link (e.g. Ethernet)) has been very important in its development. Different link layers have come and gone over time (any readers Continue Reading

Open Sourcing CloudFlare’s UI Framework

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Late last year, the CloudFlare UI team made a huge decision: to change JavaScript frameworks from Backbone & Marionette to React & Redux. We’ve been one of the single biggest Backbone+Marionette apps on the web for a while now, and the decision to move was not taken lightly. On our Continue Reading

8 awesome ideas for social media content

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The coolest thing about social media is that it happens in real time. Regardless of which platform you prefer, you have access to an online community making connections and sharing information 24 / 7. But between managing your business and social media pages, you may find yourself running out of Continue Reading

Notice – 10/06/2016

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Dear Customers,    Some users may have experienced a brief period of intermittent connectivity to their services this morning due to a spike in server load for some IPs.    Affected IP addresses are:   117.120.5.46    Web Server Linux  117.120.5.51    Mail Server MAIL3.readyspace.com.sg|hk|co|ph 117.120.5.52    Mail Server MAIL4.readyspace.com.sg|hk|co|ph Continue Reading

Perth, Australia: 80th Data Center

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CloudFlare is excited to announce the launch of our newest data center in Perth, Australia. This expands the breadth of our global network to span 80 unique cities across 41 countries, and is our fourth data center in the Oceania region, joining existing data centers in Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland. Continue Reading

[SingCERT] Unsecured Virtual Network Computing (VNC) Configurations

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Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is an open-source desktop sharing technology that enables users to access and control their home computers remotely over the Internet. Examples include enabling remote technical support to critical systems, allowing users to work from home, accessing home surveillance systems remotely from workplace, etc. An unsecured VNC Continue Reading

[SingCERT] Software Vulnerability in Symantec's Antivirus Engine

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  • May 19, 2016
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Symantec’s Antivirus Engine (AVE) has been reported as vulnerable to memory corruption due to a flaw when parsing a specially crafted Portable Executable (PE) file. On computers that are running Windows operating system, a successful exploitation of the vulnerability will result in a system crash – displaying a blue screen Continue Reading

Agenda and Keynote Speakers Announced for Red Hat Summit 2016

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Red Hat today announced the agenda and keynote speakers for Red Hat Summit 2016, the industry’s premier open source technology conference. The 12th annual Red Hat Summit is expected to welcome thousands of attendees from around the world to San Francisco’s Moscone Center, June 27-30.

Network Security for the Software-Defined Data Center

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Scott Berger has his pulse on the IT security industry, and he talked with us at HIMSS 2016 to share some insights on the value of Fortinet’s Next-Generation Firewall into a VMware NSX Environment, the rise of internal segmentation firewalls an…

Webuzo 2.4.3 Released

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Hi, The Webuzo Team has released Webuzo 2.4.3. This version introduces some major improvements and fixes. The following is a list of all changes : 1) [Feature] We have revamped Admin panel UI. The new UI is based on Bootstrap and is responsive. 2) [Feature] You will now be able Continue Reading

Using HTTP/2 Server Push with PHP

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Two weeks ago CloudFlare announced that it was supporting HTTP/2 Server Push for all our customers. By simply adding a Link header to an HTTP response specifying preload CloudFlare would automatically push items to web browsers that support Server Push. To illustrate how easy this is I create a small Continue Reading

GitLab 8.7.5 Released

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Today we are releasing version 8.7.5 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). It includes the following fixes: CE/EE: Fix relative links in wiki pages. (!4050) CE/EE: Fix always showing build notification message when switching between merge requests (!4086) CE/EE: Fix an issue when filtering merge requests with Continue Reading

Cut your network port count per server by 50% with Windows Server 2016

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This post was authored by Don Stanwyck, Senior Program Manager, Windows Server. Network complexity is largely driven by the number of nodes connected to it and the number of paths between them. The situation is compounded when multiple protocols operate over the shared resource. Windows Server 2016 simplifies the network Continue Reading

Open sourcing our NGINX HTTP/2 + SPDY code

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In December, we released HTTP/2 support for all customers and on April 28 we released HTTP/2 Server Push support as well. The release of HTTP/2 by CloudFlare had a huge impact on the number of sites supporting and using the protocol. Today, 50% of sites that use HTTP/2 are served Continue Reading

Deeper Integration of Search Console in Google Analytics

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(Cross-posted from the Google Analytics Blog.) Google Analytics helps brands optimize their websites and marketing efforts for all sources of traffic, and Search Console is where website owners manage how they appear in Google organic search results. Today, we are introducing the ability to display Search Console metrics alongside Google Continue Reading

Error Pages, A Hidden Branding Opportunity

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Let’s face it, links break, servers go down, pages go MIA and somehow all your web visitors manage to land on the dreaded error page. Eek! While there’s no full-proof way to ensure you will never have to serve up an error page, with cPanel you can, at the very Continue Reading

GitLab 8.7.3 Released

Today we are releasing version 8.7.3 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). It includes the following fixes: CE/EE: OpenSSL upgraded to 1.0.1h to fix CVE-2016-2107 CE/EE: Emails, Gitlab::Email::Message, Gitlab::Diff, and Premailer::Adapter::Nokogiri are now instrumented (!4038) CE/EE: Merge request widget displays TeamCity build state and code coverage correctly Continue Reading

WordPress 4.5.2 Security Release

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WordPress 4.5.2 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.5.1 and earlier are affected by a SOME vulnerability through Plupload, the third-party library WordPress uses for uploading files. WordPress versions 4.2 through 4.5.1 Continue Reading

Telemetry insights for Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016

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As we prepare to deliver the newest versions of our Windows Server and System Center products later this year, we want to let our customers know more about our telemetry process to help them understand what we collect and how we use the data to deliver a better product experience. Continue Reading

Red Hat Launches Independent Sales Representative (ISR) program in Canada

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Red Hat today announced an Independent Sales Representative (ISR) program in Canada to offer its full suite of open source solutions for cloud, Linux, middleware, storage, and virtualization technologies in collaboration with channel leaders Keating Technologies and Tech Data.

A New Variant of Locky Leaking Out

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Locky, the professional grade ransomware has been causing headaches and damages to victim’s wallet for quite sometime. It uses the document-based macros for ransomware distribution, encrypts files on the victims’ computers with an additio…

New Fareit Variant Analysis

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Fareit is a family of malware designed to steal confidential information. It has been around for several years, and typically steals system information and application credentials stored on infected systems. Recently, our FortiGuard Lab captured a n…

[SingCERT] Ransomware

Ransomware is a type of malware that holds a victim’s files, computer system or mobile device ransom, restricting access until a ransom is paid. Operating systems that can be infected include Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Some ransomware variants are also known to traverse across the network and encrypt Continue Reading

CMIO Perspectives on Network Security

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  • May 6, 2016
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Guest post by Brian Yeaman, Yeaman + Associates 2016 will be a lot like 2015 – a steadily escalating number of data breaches across healthcare requiring new solutions. We’re seeing now that many of the good things about medical-record po…

WordPress 4.5 “Coleman”

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Version 4.5 of WordPress, named “Coleman” in honor of jazz saxophonist Coleman Hawkins, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.5 help streamline your workflow, whether you’re writing or building your site. Editing Improvements Inline Linking Stay focused on your writing with a less distracting Continue Reading

Ten reasons you’ll love Windows Server 2016 #4: Remote Desktop Services

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Improved graphics, performance and cloud capabilities This is post #4 in the “Ten Reasons You’ll Love Windows Server 2016” video series by Matt McSpirit, Technical Evangelist at Microsoft. In today’s edition, Matt introduces you to Clark Nicholson, Principal Program Manager on the Remote Desktop Services (RDS) team. Clark talks about Continue Reading

Four Ways to improve conversion with your payment process

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When looking for ways to increase conversion rates, many merchants focus on SEO. But there are other places along a customer’s journey to purchase that offer opportunities to improve their experience and encourage conversion. Payment is an often neglected but very important area to start.In today’s video, Realex expert, Alan Continue Reading

No More Deceptive Download Buttons

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(Cross-posted from the Google Security Blog.) In November, we announced that Safe Browsing would protect you from social engineering attacks – deceptive tactics that try to trick you into doing something dangerous, like installing unwanted software or revealing your personal information (for example, passwords, phone numbers, or credit cards). You Continue Reading

The Arms Race against Ransomware Threats

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Back when I was in college, I remember one day our class asked our programming professor, “how do we create a virus?” Understandably, our professor refused to answer the question. However, after some persuading, he eventually agreed to give us one example. It looked like this: del C:*.* Suddenly, the Continue Reading

56 Now in CURRENT Tier

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Introducing cPanel & WHM 56 cPanel, Inc. has released cPanel & WHM software version 56, which is now available in the CURRENT tier. Introducing Site PublisherHosting providers can now get their users up and running with Site Publisher, an easy-to-use static web page generator. With 3 templates to choose from, Continue Reading

Taipei: CloudFlare’s 77th Data Center is Now Live

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台北:CloudFlare的第七十七個數據中心已經上線喔! We are excited to announce the launch of our Taipei data center, which is our 28th data center in Asia, and our 77th data center globally. Millions of websites which were previously served from Hong Kong are now served locally from Taipei. 我們高興地宣布CloudFlare的的台北機房建置完成。這是我們在亞洲的第二十八個,在全球的第七十七個數據中心。從現在起台灣的網民可以直接從CloudFlare在台北的節點訪問數以百萬計的網站,不再繞道到香港。 Taipei today今天的台北 Taipei, home to many Continue Reading

GitLab 8.5.10, 8.4.8, and 8.3.7 Released

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Apr 11, 2016 Earlier today we released version 8.6.5 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). We’ve backported the Two-factor Authentication security fix mentioned in that release post to previous months’ releases, and are releasing versions 8.5.10, 8.4.8, and 8.3.7. CE/EE: Prevent Two-factor Authentication spoofing Two-factor Authentication spoofing Continue Reading

GitLab 8.6.5 Released

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Apr 11, 2016 Today we are releasing version 8.6.5 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). This version includes an important security fix for Two-factor Authentication, fixes for project importing, and a performance improvement in Git post-receive handling. Read on for all the details! EE: Allow OAuth SSL Continue Reading

Ten reasons you’ll love Windows Server 2016 #3: Server management tools

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Manage Windows Server from anywhere This is the third post in the “Ten Reasons You’ll Love Windows Server 2016” video series by Matt McSpirit, Technical Evangelist at Microsoft. Today, Matt interviews Samuel Li, Senior Program Manager on the Windows Server Platform and Tools team, about the new Server management tools. Continue Reading

WordPress 4.5 RC2

The second release candidate for WordPress 4.5 is now available. We’ve made 91 changes since the first release candidate. RC means we think we’re done, but with millions of users and thousands of plugins and themes, it’s possible we’ve missed something. We hope to ship WordPress 4.5 on Tuesday, April 12, Continue Reading

A Secure Foundation: Keep Your Enemies Close and Your Internal Network Closer

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I don’t think a day goes by without hearing about another company that was a victim of a data breach.  These companies are not small either.  Organizations like the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), United Airlines and many others have all lost very sensitive data.  Continue Reading

[Scheduled Maintenance] VPS Windows Standard/Plesk/Forex edition -Singapore DC

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Dear Customers, We will be performing a maintenance that will impact the following services. Service(s) affected : VPS Windows Standard/Plesk/Forex edition- Singapore Scheduled start time and date : 11:30 PM 9 April 2016 Estimated end time and date : 12:30 AM 10 April 2016 Affected IP address : 117.120.5.101, 117.120.5.94, 117.120.5.90, 117.120.5.119, 117.120.5.97, 117.120.5.98, 117.120.5.102, 117.120.5.112, 117.120.5.115, 117.120.5.123 Details : We will Continue Reading

Cloud Server Window Disruption – 09/04/2016

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Dear valued customer,   We would like to inform you that currently there is a issue with Cloud Server Window. Some users might not able to connect to their servers. We are working on it currently.   Apologize for any inconvenience cause   ReadySpace team

Cloud Server Window

Dear valued customer,   We would like to inform you that currently there is a issue with Cloud Server Window. Some users might not able to connect to their servers. We are working on it currently.   Apologize for any inconvenience cause   ReadySpace team

Ten reasons you’ll love Windows Server 2016 #2: Active Directory and Identity

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More on-premises control over user and administrator access for a cloud-first, mobile-first world This is the second post in the “Ten Reasons you’ll love Windows Server 2016” video series by Matt McSpirit, Technical Evangelist at Microsoft. Today, he introduces us to Samuel Devasahayam, Principal Group Program Manager on the Microsoft Continue Reading

CloudFlare Crypto Meetup: April 21, 2016

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CloudFlare Crypto Meetup Teaser. Now back in HD: the CloudFlare Cryptography Meetup series. A while back, CloudFlare hosted a pair of Meetups focused on encryption and cryptographic technology. Now that CloudFlare HQ has moved into our beautiful new home at 101 Townsend in San Francisco, we’ve decided to bring the Continue Reading

eCommerce Success Story: Selling Fly clothing since 2000

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When we interview PrestaShop merchants for success stories, one thing seems to come out time and time again — they have a passion for the products they sell. Jonathan Hedden, owner of FlyClothing.com, is no exception, only he started selling online before PrestaShop was even created. Long before online shopping Continue Reading

C.A. Mobile Increases Infrastructure Flexibility with Red Hat and Dell OpenStack Cloud

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RALEIGH, N.C. —April 7, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that C.A. Mobile, a leading mobile services provider in Japan, built a flexible infrastructure to support its websites with an OpenStack cloud solution from Red Hat and Dell. OpenStack’s Continue Reading

GitLab 8.4.5 Released

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Today we are releasing version 8.4.5 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). Note that this is a patch for the previous major release (8.4), and not the latest (8.5). An 8.5.2 patch is expected soon! This patch contains only one change: LDAP groups will now be updated Continue Reading

eCommerce Virtual Staff: 10 Tips To Beef Up Productivity

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By 2017, U.S. retail ecommerce sales are expected to hit $434.2 billion, up from $225.5 billion in 2012. It’s safe to say that the pie is getting bigger. Entrepreneurs looking to get a bigger piece of that pie can’t afford to be involved in every last task: updating product descriptions, Continue Reading

Cyber Threat Assessment: Threat Landscape Report

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This week Fortinet released its latest Threat Landscape Report – a collection of threats, attacks, and data collected from live production environments of all sizes and types. As part of our Cyber Threat Assessment Program (CTAP), enterprises and organizations were given the opportunity to place one of Fortinet’s high-performance FortiGate Continue Reading

Microsoft Azure Security Center & Fortinet: Scaling Security & Securing the Cloud

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Microsoft Azure Security Center & Fortinet: Scaling Security & Securing the Cloud What do you get when you combine the world’s most widely deployed NGFW with the largest scalable infrastructure and then add-in unmatched granular visibility, control, threat prevention and a whole lot of other DevOps capabilities?  You get a Continue Reading

GitLab 8.5.1 Released

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  • April 8, 2016
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Today we are releasing version 8.5.1 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). This version includes several fixes for merge requests, todos, as well as many UI fixes and improvements. Read on for all the details! EE: Fix adding pages domain for a project in a group (!211) Continue Reading

36 Percent of Line of Business Decision-makers see the Approach to Mobile App Development Being Business-led in the Next 24 months

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RALEIGH, N.C. — February 25, 2016 — Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today revealed in a new mobile survey focused on line of business (LOB) decision makers that almost half (47 percent) see mobility as a means to automate existing business processes Continue Reading

How to add registered/existing domains into Cloud Hosting

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  • April 4, 2016
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1. Login to your customer portal 2  Select appropriate subscription from drop down menu (located at top right of the interface) 3. Click on the Hosted Domains 4. Click on Add Existing Domain Registered Elsewhere 5. Enter in the domain name. 6. Check/Select Zone management ability. 7. Select Website (Apache) for Web hosting and Qmail Continue Reading

WordPress 4.5 Beta 1

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  • February 25, 2016
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WordPress 4.5 Beta 1 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress 4.5, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding Continue Reading

Introducing CloudFlare Registrar: Designed for Security, Not the Masses

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  • February 25, 2016
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At CloudFlare, we’ve constructed one of the world’s largest networks purpose-built to protect our customers from a wide range of attacks. We’re so good at it that attackers increasingly look for ways to go around us, rather than go through us. One of the biggest risks for high-profile customers has Continue Reading

Email2SMS

15 years ago Bulletin brought mobile handsets into the internet age when we invented and patented the ability to forward email to your phone and reply to it  – the reply being what made this a convenient method of not just checking your email on the road (this was before Continue Reading

Change the (S)Channel! Deconstructing the Microsoft TLS Session Resumption bug

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  • February 12, 2016
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Initial Problem Report Several months ago we started hearing occasional reports from .NET developers that they were having trouble maintaining HTTPS sessions with one of our customer’s websites. Establishing connections worked just fine but they would periodically get disconnected, resulting in an exception that crashed their application. Around the same Continue Reading

New CentOS Atomic Host Available

An updated version of CentOS Atomic Host (version 7.20160203) is now available for download. CentOS Atomic Host is a lean operating system designed to run Docker containers, built from standard CentOS 7 RPMs, and tracking the component versions included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host 7.2. CentOS Atomic Host Continue Reading

Manage your Windows Server from anywhere

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  • February 11, 2016
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We are pleased to announce the public preview of server management tools, a set of web-based remote GUI tools that can be used to manage installations of Windows Server 2016 (now in technical preview). This is a free set of tools that allows you to manage the Windows servers in Continue Reading

[SingCERT] Software Vulnerability Discovered by CISCO in their ASA Software

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  • February 11, 2016
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This vulnerability was discovered in the Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) software. The Cisco ASA is an IP router which serves as an application-aware firewall, network antivirus, intrusion prevention system, and virtual private network (VPN) server. On 10 Feb 2016, CISCO published a security advisory to address this software vulnerability Continue Reading

11.48 Now EOL

cPanel & WHM software version 11.48 has now reached End of Life. In accordance with our EOL policy [http://go.cpanel.net/longtermsupport], 11.48 will continue functioning on servers. The last release of cPanel & WHM 11.48, 11.48.5.3, will remain on our mirrors indefinitely. However, no further updates, such as security fixes and installations, Continue Reading

Zero to SDN in under five minutes

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  • February 5, 2016
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Deploy a cloud application quickly with the new Microsoft SDN stack You might have seen this blog post recently published on common data center challenges. In that article, Ravi talked about the challenges surrounding deployment, flexibility, resiliency, and security, and how our Software Defined Networking (SDN) helps you solves those Continue Reading

What’s the big deal about cloud servers

Let’s talk Cloud Servers Also known as Virtual Private Servers (VPS), these are multiple unconnected virtualised server environments that are set up and provisioned to maximise resources while mitigating prices by means of spreading costs across a larger number of users. A Cloud server hosting can give each of the Continue Reading

Cloud Server Connectivity Disruption – Fixed

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  • February 4, 2016
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Dear Customers,   The intermittent connectivity that some Cloud Server users may have experienced has been resolved and normal service has been progressively restored over the past hour.   We apologise for any inconveniences caused and thank you for your kind patience. The post Cloud Server Connectivity Disruption – Fixed Continue Reading

Cloud Server Connectivity Disruption

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Dear ReadySpace Customer,   Some users our Cloud Server platform may be experiencing intermittency with their connectivity. WE are working on the issue and apologise for any inconvenience caused.  The post Cloud Server Connectivity Disruption is fed from ReadySpace United States. Contents strictly belongs to ReadySpace and its respective partners.

Group Replication — an Overview

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  • February 3, 2016
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Within the MySQL team, we’re extremely excited about Group Replication! More and more of our users are also starting to become aware of this exciting feature–which offers native synchronous replication with support for multi-master or active/active update-anywhere replication clusters. Our developers and users alike are eager to see easy, native Continue Reading

WordPress 4.4.2 Security and Maintenance Release

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WordPress 4.4.2 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.4.1 and earlier are affected by two security issues: a possible XSS for certain local URIs, reported by Ronni Skansing; and an open redirection attack, reported Continue Reading

cPanel TSR-2016-0001 Full Disclosure

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  • January 27, 2016
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cPanel TSR-2016-0001 Full Disclosure SEC-46 Summary Arbitrary code execution via unsafe @INC path. Security Rating cPanel has assigned this vulnerability a CVSSv2 score of 8.5 (AV:N/AC:M/Au:S/C:C/I:C/A:C) Description The Perl scripts that collectively make up the cPanel & WHM product were not uniformly filtering the current working directory ‘.’ from Perl’s Continue Reading

54 Now in RELEASE Tier

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  • January 26, 2016
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Introducing cPanel & WHM 54 cPanel, Inc. has released cPanel & WHM software version 54, which is now available in the RELEASE tier. In a departure from our usual version number, we’ve dropped the “11” from cPanel & WHM releases. This change provides increased clarity for our partners and users Continue Reading

cPanel TSR-2016-0001 Disclosure Delay

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  • January 26, 2016
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We are delaying the cPanel TSR-2016-0001 Disclosure for an additional 24 hours. The Disclosure will now be published January 26th, 2016. The post cPanel TSR-2016-0001 Disclosure Delay is fed from ReadySpace United States. Contents strictly belongs to ReadySpace and its respective partners.

Important Information for Manage2 Users

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  • January 24, 2016
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Dear customers, I am writing to let you know that one of our user databases may have been breached. Although we successfully interrupted the breach, it is still possible that user contact information may have been susceptible. The customer contact information that may have been susceptible is limited to names, Continue Reading

Important Information for cPanel Store Users

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  • January 24, 2016
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Dear customers, I am writing to let you know that one of our user databases may have been breached. Although we successfully interrupted the breach, it is still possible that user contact information may have been susceptible. The customer contact information that may have been susceptible is limited to names, Continue Reading

Bulletin Celebrates over 10 years of enabling two-way SMS in ResMan

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  • January 22, 2016
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Introduction ResourceWare International Ltd assists companies to gain and retain competitive advantage through the ResMan® Application suite of activity tracking software. The ResMan® software is a single product with standard configuration files for a number of vertical markets including Recruitment & HR, Community Services, Professional Services, Health & Safety, Training Continue Reading

MySQL Group Replication now on Windows

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  • January 22, 2016
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In the previous releases of the Group Replication plugin for MySQL we introduced support for several operating systems like Mac OS X, Solaris, and FreeBSD. But why stop there? So here it is, the 0.7.0 version of Group Replication is now also available on Windows!… The post MySQL Group Replication Continue Reading

Developers: Check out the Nano Server installation option in Windows Server 2016

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  • January 22, 2016
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As organizations move toward modern DevOps practices, the role of the operating system needs to evolve to support both the “Dev” and the “Ops” part of the equation.  In November we released Technical Preview 4 of Windows Server 2016, including updates for Nano Server, the new headless deployment option.  Nano Continue Reading

AMP error report preview in Search Console

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  • January 20, 2016
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More and more sites are implementing Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) for news content, so we’ve decided to provide a preview of error reports in Search Console to help you get ready for the upcoming official AMP launch and get early feedback from you. You can find these reports under Search Continue Reading

You, Your Business And Cloud Security

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  • January 20, 2016
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Cloud Security In my last submission, I outlined some of the basic things to look out for if you are new to the Cloud Computing circuit. Hopefully those simple suggestions can help you navigate safely through the mind boggling range of options that are available out there in the cyber Continue Reading

How to choose a cloud provider?

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  • January 15, 2016
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So you’ve been thinking about exploring the possibility of using the Cloud to extend the reach of your business. Or maybe you would like to explore how Cloud services can potentially boost your business productivity, mitigate costs and increase profits. Well, the truth is, all that is possible. The adoption Continue Reading

ReadySpace Fibre Internet Maintenance – 22/01/2016

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  • January 15, 2016
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Dear ReadySpace Valued Customer,   This notification is to inform you that we are conducting maintenance on Fibernet network during the following interval.     Start Time / Date 22/1/2016 01:00:00 AM  End Time / Date 22/1/2016 06:00:00 AM  Impact Connection outage during maintenance window. Action Reboot modem/router if connection is not Continue Reading

MySQL Group Replication for MySQL 5.7.10

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  • January 15, 2016
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Hi all, it is time again to do another preview release of MySQL Group Replication, the plugin that brings multi-master update everywhere to MySQL, like we described in Hello World post. We are very proud to do the sixth preview release of MySQL Group Replication, version 0.7.0 based on MySQL Continue Reading

MySQL Replication Defaults After 5.7

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  • January 14, 2016
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The default or “out of the box” experience is simply the experience for most people, so it’s critically important for us to ensure that the default configuration offers a good experience for the vast majority of cases. This is always a challenge, due to the matrix of factors involved–hardware configurations, Continue Reading

MySQL 5.7 multi-source replication – automatically combining data from multiple databases into one

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  • January 8, 2016
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MySQL’s multi-source replication allows you to replicate data from multiple databases into one database in parallel (at the same time). This post will explain and show you how to set up multi-source replication. (WARNING: This is a very long and detailed post.… The post MySQL 5.7 multi-source replication – automatically Continue Reading

54 Now in CURRENT Tier

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  • January 5, 2016
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Introducing cPanel & WHM 54 cPanel, Inc. has released cPanel & WHM software version 54, which is now available in the CURRENT tier. In a departure from our usual version number, we’ve dropped the “11” from cPanel & WHM releases. This change provides increased clarity for our partners and users Continue Reading

It’s still early days for big data

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  • December 30, 2015
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Doug Cutting named Hadoop, an open source big data platform, after his son’s elephant soft toy. Big data makes it possible to make sense of heaps of data in diverse industries from healthcare and transportation to defence and security, but more big-data applications are needed to drive wider adoption of the technology. Speaking Continue Reading

Cloud Hosting Server Issue (update 1)

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  • December 30, 2015
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Dear Customers,   The Cloud Hosting Server issue has been fixed. We apologize for any inconvenience cause and your patience is appreciated.   Servers that was having issue previously 117.120.5.32 (webserver) 117.120.5.38 (webserver) 117.120.5.28 (mailserver) The post Cloud Hosting Server Issue (update 1) is fed from ReadySpace United States. Contents strictly belongs Continue Reading

Cloud Hosting Server Issue

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  • December 30, 2015
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Dear Customer, We are facing some server issue currently.Customers who are using cloud hosting services might be affected. The post Cloud Hosting Server Issue is fed from ReadySpace United States. Contents strictly belongs to ReadySpace and its respective partners.

TradeGecko integrates with Salesforce.com

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  • December 26, 2015
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Singapore-based cloud service provider TradeGecko has added Salesforce.com integration to its online inventory management system. The company’s latest integration work follows earlier efforts to enable its users to tap on other cloud-based services such as e-commerce software Shopify and accounting tools Xero and Quickbooks. According to Cameron Priest, chief executive officer Continue Reading

Q&A: Disrupting the storage industry

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  • December 22, 2015
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The falling cost of flash-based storage arrays in recent years has made the technology more accessible to enterprises than ever before. According to research from IDC, the emergence of more robust offerings that can handle a wide range of increasingly complex workloads has helped drive the worldwide flash-based array market Continue Reading

[SingCERT] Multiple Security Issues with Juniper ScreenOS

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  • December 22, 2015
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Juniper found two security issues with ScreenOS during an internal code review – one that could allow unauthorised control of the affected system and the other which could allow an attacker to decrypt VPN traffic.

Top Security Threats For 2015, And What To Expect Next

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  • December 21, 2015
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Brought to you by WatchGuard Technologies As 2014 wound down, news headlines were dominated by a high-profile cyber-attack on Sony Pictures that would forever change how enterprises viewed online threats. Not only was a movie later pulled from cinemas, as theatre operators worried about the fallout. Employees’ private data such Continue Reading

Indexing HTTPS pages by default

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  • December 18, 2015
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At Google, user security has always been a top priority. Over the years, we’ve worked hard to promote a more secure web and to provide a better browsing experience for users. Gmail, Google search, and YouTube have had secure connections for some time, and we also started giving a slight Continue Reading

Top six enterprise IT trends to watch in APAC in 2016

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  • December 17, 2015
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With 2016 fast approaching, it’s time to take a look at the trends that are likely to shape enterprise IT in the year ahead. While we expect more companies to continue to modernise their IT infrastructure to keep up with the ever-faster pace of business and stay secure, many will Continue Reading

Fixing CentOS 7 systemd conflicts with docker

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  • December 16, 2015
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With the release of 7.2, we’ve seen a rise in bugs filed for container build failures in docker. Not to worry, we have an explanation for what’s going on, and the solution for how to fix it. The Problem: You fire off a docker build, and instead of a shiny Continue Reading

[SingCERT] Fake Websites Hosted by jinanyuz.com

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  • December 15, 2015
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CSA has been alerted to mirrored faked websites hosted by “jinanyuz.com” (see below screenshot). Numerous Singapore agencies and companies have been found to be affected. The content of the genuine websites have been copied to these fake websites and additional URL links have been appended below. Android mobile users have Continue Reading

[SingCERT] Malware Targeting Mobile Banking

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  • December 15, 2015
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The Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) released an advisory on 1st December 2015, alerting consumers about the recent malware infection on Android smartphones used by mobile banking customers. It is noted that about 50 such incidents have been reported and the victims are predominantly customers of major banks in Continue Reading

Microsoft partners team up on Red Dot ERP

A group of Microsoft Dynamics partners in Singapore have banded together to offer Red Dot ERP, a suite of business applications targeted at small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore. The cloud-based software package, put together by IBIZ Consulting Services, MSC Consulting, DP Technology and SaaSplaza, is based on a seamless Continue Reading

Vizable puts analytics at your fingertips

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  • December 13, 2015
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How often have you had the experience of opening a huge spreadsheet but wonder what all the data really means? Now, there’s an easy way to make sense of thousands of rows and columns with Vizable, an iPad app developed by data analytics specialist Tableau. Launched recently, the app makes Continue Reading

Details of the MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.0 release

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  • December 10, 2015
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We just announced availability of MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.0! In this post we’ll highlight some details of the MCM 1.4.0 release. Based on MySQL 5.6 MySQL Cluster Manager is part of the commercial MySQL Cluster offering from Oracle. MCM 1.4.0 is now based on the tried and tested MySQL 5.6 Continue Reading

Using an external mail filtering service

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  • December 9, 2015
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If you happen to be using an external mail filtering service or appliance, one of the critical setup steps is to ensure that MDaemon is configured to not accept messages that attempt to bypass your mail filtering service as spammers look ways to bypass filtering gateways. There are multiple ways Continue Reading

Phishing targeting domain registrants

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  • December 9, 2015
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We’ve recently become aware of a phishing scheme targeting customers of various registrars. Since this is targeting administrators directly, I felt it was worth of a mention even though it’s not MDaemon specific. This is a little difference from most phishing as it’s targeted to domain owners, and specifically mentions Continue Reading

Adding aliases to iOS

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  • December 9, 2015
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iOS has long supported email aliases for IMAP accounts, but in the most roundabout a difficult way possible, by copy-and-pasting comma separated lists into the account editor. If you still support older iOS devices, take a look at How to set up mail aliases on iPhone, iPad Modern iOS releases Continue Reading

Port numbers

Assuming a default configuration, the following inbound ports are required (depending on which services you want to make publicly available). All ports are TCP, unless otherwise mentioned. MDaemon 25, Inbound and Outbound – ESMTP 53, Outbound – DNS (note that return packets are required) 110, Inbound and Outbound – POP3 Continue Reading

Notify an administrator upon account creation

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  • December 9, 2015
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Have you ever wanted to run an external task or notify an administrator or similar when a new user has been created in MDaemon? This is actually possible via a content filter rule in MDaemon. The content filter is found within the MDaemon GUI under Security | Content Filter, but Continue Reading

WordPress 4.4 “Clifford”

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  • December 9, 2015
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Version 4.4 of WordPress, named “Clifford” in honor of jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.4 make your site more connected and responsive. Clifford also introduces a new default theme, Twenty Sixteen. Introducing Twenty Sixteen Our newest default theme, Twenty Continue Reading

MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.0 released

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  • December 8, 2015
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MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.0 is available for download from My Oracle Support. More details are available in the the MCM 1.4.0 Release Notes. Updated documentation is available here…… The post MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.0 released is fed from ReadySpace United States. Contents strictly belongs to ReadySpace and its respective partners.

11.48 to EOL in 2 Months

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  • December 8, 2015
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cPanel & WHM 11.48 is set to reach End of Life at the end of January 2016. In accordance with our EOL policy [http://go.cpanel.net/longtermsupport], 11.48 will continue functioning on servers. However, no further updates, such as security fixes and installations, will be provided for 11.48 after it reaches EOL. We Continue Reading

Internet of Things gains momentum amid challenges

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  • December 7, 2015
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With 50 billion devices expected to be connected to the Internet by 2020, up from 15 billion today, the Internet of Things (IoT) momentum seems unstoppable, even as the tech industry continues to grapple with barriers to adoption. According to networking giant Cisco, the number of sensors shipped has increased Continue Reading

[Update 3] Segment Network Issue at ReadySpace Singapore SG1

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  • December 4, 2015
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Dear Valued Customers,   Currently we are having a network issue at the following location.   ReadySpace Singapore Network Segment – 117.120.5.xx   [Update 3] – All services are back to normal status.   Again, we appreciate your patience and sorry for the inconvenience caused.   Thank you David Loke The Continue Reading

[Update 2] Segment Network Issue at ReadySpace Singapore SG1

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Dear Valued Customers,   Currently we are having a network issue at the following location.   ReadySpace Singapore Network Segment – 117.120.5.xx   [Update 2] – Our technical team have identified the root server that is causing a network congestion which affects all services within this network segment. We are Continue Reading

[Update 1] Segment Network Issue at ReadySpace Singapore SG1

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  • December 4, 2015
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Dear Valued Customers,   Currently we are having a network issue at the following location.   ReadySpace Singapore Network Segment – 117.120.5.xx   [Update 1] – Our technical team have identified the issue and managed to get the services back online, however it is still unstable and you might still Continue Reading

Segment Network Issue at ReadySpace Singapore SG1

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Dear Valued Customers,   We are having a network issue at the following location.   ReadySpace Singapore Network Segment – 117.120.5.xx   Some of your services might be affected if you are part of this network segment.   Our engineers are currently working on fixing the issue and will be Continue Reading

[Scheduled Network Maintenance] ReadySpace Singapore

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  • December 3, 2015
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Dear Customers, We will be performing a network maintenance and upgrade on our core BGP routers to further improve our services Service(s) affected : ReadySpace Singapore Network Scheduled start time and date : 01:00 AM 19/12/2015 SGT +0800hours Estimated end time and date : 03.00 AM 19/12/2015 SGT +0800hours   Details : We Continue Reading

WordPress 4.4 Release Candidate

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  • November 26, 2015
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The release candidate for WordPress 4.4 is now available. RC means we think we’re done, but with millions of users and thousands of plugins and themes, it’s possible we’ve missed something. We hope to ship WordPress 4.4 on Tuesday, December 8, but we need your help to get there. If Continue Reading

CentOS Atomic Host Updated

Today we’re announcing an update to CentOS Atomic Host (version 7.20151118), a lean operating system designed to run Docker containers, built from standard CentOS 7 RPMs, and tracking the component versions included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host. Please note that this release is based on content derived from Continue Reading

[SingCERT] Alert: Fake MOM Websites Found

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  • November 24, 2015
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Numerous fake MOM (Ministry of Manpower) websites have been reported. The official MOM corporate website has been duplicated to lead people into believing that they are on the official MOM website. MOM is working to bring down these websites.

Subscription video streaming to dominate APAC OTT video market

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  • November 24, 2015
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Subscription video on demand (SVOD) services will dominate the market for video streaming services in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a top executive at payment service provider Vindicia. “The entry of Netflix into the Asia-Pacific market is raising visibility for those types of services,” said Michael Greco, vice president of Continue Reading

ReadySpace Fibre Internet Service Maintenance – 30/11/2015

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  • November 23, 2015
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Dear ReadySpace Valued Customer,   This notification is to inform you that there will be a maintenance on our Fibre network during the following interval.   Start Time / Date 30/11/2015 09:00:00 AM End Time / Date 30/11/2015 06:00:00 PM Impact Connection outage during maintenance  Action Reboot modem/router if connection is not Continue Reading

Updating Our Search Quality Rating Guidelines

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  • November 20, 2015
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Developing algorithmic changes to search involves a process of experimentation. Part of that experimentation is having evaluators—people who assess the quality of Google’s search results—give us feedback on our experiments. Ratings from evaluators do not determine individual site rankings, but are used help us understand our experiments. The evaluators base Continue Reading

Designing Windows Server in the cloud-first world

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  • November 20, 2015
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This post was authored by Jeffrey Snover, Microsoft Technical Fellow “There is an unlimited demand for computing.”  That is what Buck Rodgers said in his great 1988 book The IBM Way. Buck connected the dots between computing and growing a business. While Buck had the right idea, the reality is Continue Reading

RHEL 7.2 released today

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  • November 19, 2015
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RedHat released their second point release to the EL7 series today. Most if not all of the sources seem to allready be in place on git.centos.org, so we can start the rebuild and QA cycle. It is not yet decided, if we do a CR-release with the build packages, or Continue Reading

As more data is created, meaningful intelligence becomes elusive

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  • November 19, 2015
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Finding a needle in a haystack is a thankless endeavour. The more so when you add more hay to the mix, making the chances of recovering that elusive item even slimmer. You can say that about data today too. Users, companies and governments are generating more data each day, even Continue Reading

Protecting your datacenter and cloud: November update

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  • November 19, 2015
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This post was authored by the Windows Server Security and Assurance Team Six months ago, in a previous blog post “Protecting your datacenter and cloud from emerging threats” we introduced our strategy and direction on how Microsoft can help customers protect their datacenter and private cloud from emerging threats. In Continue Reading

Good Leaders are game changers: Raft & Paxos

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  • November 19, 2015
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Introduction Consensus is a key component to providing fault-tolerant services such as synchronously replicated data stores, non-blocking atomic commitment and Paxos and Raft are among the most popular consensus algorithms. Paxos has been widely studied by researchers while Raft has become very popular among engineers.… The post Good Leaders are Continue Reading

[SingCERT] Defacements of .sg Websites

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  • November 18, 2015
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Recently, many .sg websites have been defaced. All of the websites are hosted on Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003. Initial investigations suggest that unpatched WebDAV vulnerability may be the cause of defacement.

cPanel TSR-2015-0006 Full Disclosure

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  • November 18, 2015
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cPanel TSR-2015-0006 Full Disclosure SEC-29 Summary Sensitive data revealed to subaccounts through comet feeds. Security Rating cPanel has assigned this vulnerability a CVSSv2 score of 3.6 (AV:N/AC:H/Au:S/C:P/I:P/A:N) Description A reseller account could read the comet data intended for the root account and other reseller accounts by subscribing to the wildcard Continue Reading

Alicloud opens second Hong Kong data centre

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  • November 17, 2015
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Alibaba’s cloud computing arm Alicloud has opened a second data centre in Hong Kong to meet the growing demand for cloud computing services in the Asia-Pacific region. According to a statement Tuesday, Alicloud said the new facility is designed with multiple redundancies and points of failure for increased reliability, surpassing Continue Reading

Split from Symantec, Veritas seeks to make data “visible” and useful

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  • November 17, 2015
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Fresh from its split from Symantec, enterprise storage vendor Veritas wants to help customers find usable, actionable information from the data that they back up with its technology. The company pitched a fresh start at a regional partner event in Macau today, saying it would enable customers to better manage the massive Continue Reading

Top Security Threats For 2015, And What To Expect Next

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Brought to you by WatchGuard Technologies As 2014 wound down, news headlines were dominated by a high-profile cyber-attack on Sony Pictures that would forever change how enterprises viewed online threats. Not only was a movie later pulled from cinemas, as theatre operators worried about the fallout. Employees’ private data such Continue Reading

11.46 Now EOL, 11.48 to EOL in 3 Months

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  • November 17, 2015
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cPanel & WHM software version 11.46 has now reached End of Life. In accordance with our EOL policy [http://go.cpanel.net/longtermsupport], 11.46 will continue functioning on servers. The last release of cPanel & WHM 11.46, 11.46.4.0, will remain on our mirrors indefinitely. However, no further updates, such as security fixes and installations, Continue Reading

cPanel TSR-2015-0006 Announcement

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  • November 17, 2015
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cPanel TSR-2015-0006 Announcement cPanel has released new builds for all public update tiers. These updates provide targeted changes to address security concerns with the cPanel & WHM product. These builds are currently available to all customers via the standard update system. cPanel has rated these updates as having CVSSv2 scores Continue Reading

Moving to Nano Server, the new deployment option in Windows Server 2016

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  • November 17, 2015
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Over the coming weeks, we’ll be publishing more on Windows Server 2016 and the key capabilities coming in the next wave of Microsoft datacenter solutions. In this installment we’ll be looking at Nano Server, the new headless deployment option for Windows Server. Nano Server offers a dramatically reduced footprint, resulting Continue Reading

Moving to Nano Server, the new deployment option in Windows Server 2016

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  • November 17, 2015
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Over the coming weeks, we’ll be publishing more on Windows Server 2016 and the key capabilities coming in the next wave of Microsoft datacenter solutions. In this installment we’ll be looking at Nano Server, the new headless deployment option for Windows Server. Nano Server offers a dramatically reduced footprint, resulting Continue Reading

[Scheduled Maintenance] ReadySpace Cloud Hosting – Singapore

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  • November 16, 2015
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Dear Customers, We will be performing a maintenance that will impact the following services. Service(s) affected : linweb06.cleverspeed.com Scheduled start time and date : 11:00 PM 18/11/2015 SGT +0800hours Estimated end time and date : 1:00 AM 19/11/2015 SGT +0800hours   Details : We will be doing updates and patching to Cloud Hosting services. During Continue Reading

GrabTaxi provides carpooling service in Singapore, promises cheaper rides

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  • November 13, 2015
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Looks like there’s another way to get to work in time. Ride sharing firm GrabTaxi unveiled its GrabHitch carpooling service on Wednesday in Singapore, giving cab companies and fellow car sharing firm Uber a run for their money. Passengers can pre-book a ride seven days in advance and up to 15 minutes Continue Reading

Announcing the Bing Mobile Friendliness Test Tool

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  • November 13, 2015
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Earlier this year, we shared our approach to mobile-friendly search and ranking and talked about our plans for Webmaster tool additions that will aid site owners in their efforts to create mobile-friendly sites.  Today, I am happy to introduce you to Charu Puhazholi from the Webmaster Team and Shyam Jayasankar Continue Reading

Five business technology trends to watch in 2016

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  • November 12, 2015
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While mobility, big data and the Internet of Things (IoT) have dominated the headlines this year, 2016 will see more organisations beefing up their IT infrastructure to take advantage of those mega trends. According to Ras Scollay, regional director at CenturyLink in Southeast Asia, businesses are expected to host more Continue Reading

WordPress 4.4 Beta 4

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  • November 12, 2015
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WordPress 4.4 Beta 4 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress 4.4, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding Continue Reading

[Maintenance] Cloud Infrastructure (Singapore DC) – 15th Nov 2015

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  • November 11, 2015
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Dear Customers,   To serve you better we will be performing a maintenance and update on the following Cloud Infrastructure cluster.   plan(s) affected : Cloud Infrastructure (Singapore DC) Scheduled start time and date : 12:00 AM 15th Nov 2015 Estimated end time and date : 03:00 AM 15th Nov 2015   Details We Continue Reading

Configuring MySQL-Router

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  • November 11, 2015
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I assume you have read Setting up MySQL Router before reading this. So we start our First example with the config file used in Setting up MySQL Router sample-router.ini [logger] level = INFO [routing:read_only] bind_address = localhost bind_port = 7001 destinations = localhost:13002,localhost:13003,localhost:13004 mode = read-only [routing:read_write] bind_address = localhost Continue Reading

Setting up MySQL Router : Basics

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  • November 11, 2015
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What is MySQL Router ? The MySQL Router handles routing of clients requests to specific servers while providing additional benefits like load balancing and failover. Router will be managing the direct routing to servers sitting as a worker node in between the server and client ( user application ).… The Continue Reading

Going beyond BYOD

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  • November 10, 2015
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While Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) policies have given workers the freedom and flexibility to work anywhere on their own personal devices, they also create security risks for enterprises. For one thing, overwhelmed and understaffed IT departments now find themselves having to manage a plethora of personal devices, each desiring Continue Reading

11.52 Now in STABLE Tier

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  • November 10, 2015
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Introducing cPanel & WHM 11.52 cPanel, Inc. has released cPanel & WHM software version 11.52, which is now available in the STABLE tier. Revved Up cPanel & WHM 11.52 is ready to make its debut. With advancements in speed, performance, and new additions to the calendar tool, the hosting world’s favorite Continue Reading

TC Summit 2015: Celebrating our Webmaster Top Contributors!

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  • November 9, 2015
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Two weeks ago, we were extremely lucky to host the 2015 edition of the Top Contributor Summit (#TCsummit), in San Francisco and on Google’s campus in Mountain View, California. Google Top Contributors are an exceptional group of passionate Google product enthusiasts who share their expertise across our international help forums Continue Reading

Lenovo marks foray into hyperconvergence

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  • November 8, 2015
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In a somewhat belated move, Chinese tech giant Lenovo is finally developing a new family of hyperconverged appliances through a partnership with Nutanix. Hyperconverged appliances, which combine storage, servers and networking in neat little nodes in a data centre, are entirely managed using virtualisation software. The idea is to deliver Continue Reading

Second generation of world’s smallest business desktop arrives, courtesy of HP

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  • November 6, 2015
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Besides showing off sleek-looking consumers PCs, HP also brought out a slew of PCs for corporate customers at its launch on Wednesday in Singapore. The most notable of the lot is the EliteDesk 800 G2. It’s the second generation of HP’s mini desktop for the enterprise, which the company says is Continue Reading

WordPress 4.4 Beta 3

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  • November 5, 2015
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WordPress 4.4 Beta 3 is now available for download and testing. This is software still in development, so we don’t recommend that you run it on a production site. To get the beta, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding edge nightlies”). Or you can download the beta here (zip). For more of what’s Continue Reading

4 datacenter challenges and how Windows Server 2016 software defined networking can help

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  • November 5, 2015
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This post was written by Ravi Rao, Principal PM Manager, Windows Server team. Over the coming weeks, we’ll be publishing more on Windows Server 2016 and the key capabilities coming in the next wave of Microsoft datacenter solutions. In this installment we’ll be looking at software defined networking. We’ll begin Continue Reading

MySQL Group Replication now on more platforms

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  • November 4, 2015
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A new version of the Group Replication plugin for MySQL is available now. The newest release is available on Mac OS X, Solaris, and FreeBSD. Additional platform support has been made possible via a new group communication implementation. This new communication system supports communication of messages between servers on many Continue Reading

Veeam to triple headcount in Asia

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  • November 3, 2015
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Veeam’s global sales leadership team at the VeeamON conference last week Backup software specialist Veeam is set to increase its presence in Asia by tripling its headcount in the region by next year, according to a top company executive. Speaking to Techgoondu on the sidelines of the VeeamOn conference in Continue Reading

Public cloud services to grow in mature APAC markets

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  • November 2, 2015
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Public cloud services in mature Asia-Pacific markets are expected to grow 8.7 per cent in 2015 to reach US$7.3 billion, up from US$6.7 billion in 2014, according to Gartner. These markets include Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea. Cloud management and security services, whose revenues will grow 21 per cent Continue Reading

Moving forward in the cloud world with software-defined storage

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  • October 30, 2015
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Over the coming weeks, we’ll be publishing more on Windows Server 2016 and the key capabilities coming in the next wave of Microsoft datacenter solutions. To start off, we’re looking at storage and its evolution. Stay tuned for more on software-defined datacenter and the modern application platform.   Storage is Continue Reading

Performance of Connection Routing plugin in MySQL Router 2.0

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  • October 30, 2015
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The MySQL family has grown with the introduction of the Router, which brings high-availability and Fabric integration to all MySQL clients independently of any specific connector support for them. This blog focuses on the throughput of the Connection Routing plugin for Router and evaluates the overhead it may bring to Continue Reading

Semi-synchronous Replication Performance in MySQL 5.7

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  • October 30, 2015
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With MySQL 5.7 becoming GA it’s a good time to highlight how much performance has improved in replication since the 5.6 era. A previous blog post focused on the performance of the multi-threaded slave applier and on this one the target is the semi-synchronous replication plug-in (SemiSYNC), whose performance has Continue Reading

Detect and get rid of unwanted sneaky mobile redirects

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  • October 29, 2015
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In many cases, it is OK to show slightly different content on different devices. For example, optimizing the smaller space of a smartphone screen can mean that some content, like images, will have to be modified. Or you might want to store your website’s menu in a navigation drawer (find Continue Reading

WordPress 4.4 Beta 2

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  • October 29, 2015
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WordPress 4.4 Beta 2 is now available for download and testing. This is software still in development, so we don’t recommend that you run it on a production site. To get the beta, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding edge nightlies”). Or you can download the beta here (zip). For more of what’s Continue Reading

A Closer Look at Windows Server and Hyper-V Containers with Mark Russinovich

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  • October 29, 2015
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On the season premiere of Microsoft Mechanics, we demo the new container technology within Windows Server 2016, including a hands-on look at Hyper-V Containers with Azure CTO, Mark Russinovich. Containers are one of the hottest topics in cloud and server and with Windows Server 2016, Microsoft is introducing a medley Continue Reading

Multi-threaded Replication Performance in MySQL 5.7

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  • October 28, 2015
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Now that MySQL 5.7 has become GA it’s a good time to highlight how much performance has improved in replication since the 5.6 era. This blog post will focus on the performance of the multi-threaded slave applier (MTS), and about it’s scalability in particular.… The post Multi-threaded Replication Performance in Continue Reading

Veeam’s revenue bookings surge 17 per cent in third quarter

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  • October 28, 2015
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Veeam CEO Ratmir Timashev at the company’s annual VeeamON conference Veeam continues to maintain its momentum in the market for backup and recovery of business applications and data in the third-quarter of 2015, with 17 per cent growth in revenue bookings compared to the same period last year. The Switzerland-based Continue Reading

EasyApache 3.32.4 Released (Apache downgrade!)

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  • October 28, 2015
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On October 15th, we released EasyApache 3.23.3, which included an upgrade to Apache 2.4.17. After the release, we observed that REDIRECT_URL changed to serve a full URL rather than a relative URL or file path, and that mod_autoindex caused issues with Fusion Passenger. While some application developers have updated their Continue Reading

Replication in MySQL 5.7 GA

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  • October 27, 2015
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MySQL 5.7 has been recently declared Generally Available and in it there is a set of new replication features. Over the last 6 years MySQL replication has evolved at a tremendous pace. MySQL 5.6 brought us a lot of new replication features, many that were ground breaking and yes, sometimes controversial.… The post Replication in Continue Reading

[Scheduled Maintenance] ReadySpace Helpdesk System

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  • October 27, 2015
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Dear Customers, We will be performing a maintenance that will impact the following services. Service(s) affected : helpdesk.readyspace.com Scheduled start time and date : 11:00 PM 28/10/2015 SGT +0800hours Estimated end time and date : 1:00 AM 29/10/2015 SGT +0800hours   Details : We will be doing updates and patching to our helpdesk ticketing Continue Reading

Veeam plans bigger push into enterprises and the cloud

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  • October 27, 2015
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Backup software specialist Veeam plans to reach out to larger companies and help more of them tap on cloud services to backup their data. Laying out the company’s priorities in 2016 at the VeeamOn conference in Las Vegas Monday, chief executive officer Ratmir Timashev said while Veeam has been successful Continue Reading

Increasing MySQL Fabric Resilience to Failures: Meet the Multi-Node Fabric

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  • October 27, 2015
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Overview Redundancy is key to providing resilience to failures, and in Fabric 1.6.2 (now available on MySQL Labs), we have introduced the possibility to start multiple MySQL Fabric instances that are kept consistent through a replicated state machine. The state machine replication guarantees that all machines (i.e.… The post Increasing MySQL Fabric Continue Reading

Announcing: MySQL Fabric 1.6.2 on Labs

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  • October 27, 2015
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The MySQL Fabric team is pleased to announce that a new version is now available on Labs. This labs release includes our latest developments to give you a taste of what we have been working on. In particular, it includes the following new features and improvements: Multi-node Fabric support is Continue Reading

MySQL Group Replication for MySQL 5.7.9

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  • October 27, 2015
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Hi all, keeping our steady release cycle, it is time again to do another preview release of MySQL Group Replication, the plugin that brings multi-master update everywhere to MySQL, like we described in Hello World post. We are very proud to do the fifth preview release of MySQL Group Replication, Continue Reading

New Feature: Windows Event Log Monitoring

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  • October 26, 2015
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We’re pleased to introduce a new feature – Windows Event Log Monitoring. With this monitor you can easily detect system, security and applications problems on your Windows machines. By setting up thresholds, you’ll be alerted if any of the user-defined events is logged and/or if the number of error events Continue Reading

Comment on TSR-2015-0004 Announcement by TSR-2015-0004 Disclosure Delay | cPanel Newsroom

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[…] http://news.cpanel.com/tsr-2015-0004-announcement/ […] The post Comment on TSR-2015-0004 Announcement by TSR-2015-0004 Disclosure Delay | cPanel Newsroom is fed from ReadySpace Cloud Servers. Contents strictly belongs to ReadySpace and its respective partners.

Comment on 11.44 to EOL in 1 Month by cPanel & WHM 11.44 to EOL at End of June 2015, 11.50 Now in CURRENT Tier – HostDime Blog

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[…] & WHM version 11.44 is set to reach EOL (End of Life) at the end of June 2015. 11.44 will continue functioning on servers, but there will […] The post Comment on 11.44 to EOL in 1 Month by cPanel & WHM 11.44 to EOL at End of June Continue Reading

Behind the Update: Plesk 12.5

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  • October 25, 2015
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Today we announced the release of Plesk 12.5, the newest version of the most widely used web management solution. But that’s only part of the st