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Fixed: Apache 2.4 service failed to start when disabling FastCGI with default PHP set as 7.3

There was an issue when having default PHP version set as PHP 7.3 and FastCGI option disabled from Apache Settings page, the Apache 2.4 service failed to start. We have fixed the above mentioned issue in the updated PHP 7.3 package. Hence, we request all users to upgrade their PHP Continue Reading

New Stealth Worker Campaign Creates a Multi-platform Army of Brute Forcers

A Threat Analysis Report from FortiGuard Labs FortiGuard Labs recently discovered a new campaign of StealthWorker malware, also called GoBrut, that was first reported by Malwarebytes just a few days ago. This malware is written in Golang. Although uncommonly seen being used by malware, it is the same programming language Continue Reading

CentOS News

Updated CentOS Vagrant Images Available (v1902.01) – Blog.CentOS.org

We are pleased to announce new official Vagrant images of CentOS Linux 6.10 and CentOS Linux 7.6.1810 for x86_64. All included packages have been updated to February 28th, 2019. Known Issues The VirtualBox Guest Additions are not preinstalled; if you need them for shared folders, please install the vagrant-vbguest plugin Continue Reading

cPanel Joins DigitalOcean Marketplace | cPanel Newsroom

Texas – March 2019 cPanel, the Hosting Platform of Choice, is excited to be part of a brand new platform to connect developers with the applications they need: DigitalOcean Marketplace. Launched today, this is the first partner-led offering by DigitalOcean, making it easier for companies like cPanel to deliver their solutions Continue Reading

Leveraging UEBA to Address Insider Threats

The rapid adoption of new digital networking strategies has utterly transformed how and where we conduct business. Digital Transformation (DX) is expanding the attack surface, and one of the biggest challenges is extending security to all the places and devices where applications, workflows, and critical data need to travel to Continue Reading

CentOS Pulse Newsletter, March 2019 (#1903) – Blog.CentOS.org

Dear CentOS enthusiast, Another month into 2019, and we have a lot to tell you about. CentOS is 15! As you may have seen either at recent events, or on social media, we’re getting ready to celebrate our 15th birthday! As part of that, Rich has been interviewing various people Continue Reading

Machine Learning and UEBA (User Entity Behavior Analytics)

The cost of cybercrime is rapidly outpacing our ability to keep up. While Gartner predicts worldwide spending on Information Security to reach $124 billion this year, security researchers also estimate that the cost of cybercrime will exceed $2 trillion in that same time, outpacing security spending by over 16X. The Continue Reading

How to quickly deploy production-ready Kubernetes

Kubernetes, the flexible software that coordinates containers, runs on a range of platforms, from public to private cloud, data centers, bare metal and virtualised infrastructure, and requires a number of considerations for design and performance optimisation. Beyond identifying individual requirements, such as use cases and topology, organisations must also determine Continue Reading

CentOS News

Founder of the CentOS project – Blog.CentOS.org

As I’ve mentioned, as we approach our 15th anniversary, I’ve been talking with some of the people who were around in those early days, to get more of the backstory. (See our YouTube channel for the full interview.) Last week, I spoke with Greg Kurtzer, who founded the Caos Linux Continue Reading

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