cPanel & WHM Version 78 now in RELEASE! | cPanel Newsroom

UPDATE 12:17a Central US: We have released 78.0.11 to the EDGE, CURRENT, and RELEASE tiers. Updating to this version should resolve any problems you’re having with licensing. If you are still seeing problems or have any other questions, don’t hesitate to open a ticket: https://tickets.cpanel.net UPDATE 7:55p Central US: 78’s Continue Reading

Another day, another attempt to scam me – but I know a phishing attempt when I see one!

It’s just a fact of life: If there’s email, there will always be spam. Now, how much spam you have to deal with will depend on how good your spam filtering solution is. Here at MDaemon Technologies, we use our own products – MDaemon and Security Gateway, to filter out Continue Reading

How selecting the right Linux OS expedites IoT time to market

With a proliferation of related hardware, software and solutions being rushed out to capture the promise of a multi-billion dollar IoT industry, vendors are under pressure to decrease their development time and speed up their time to market. Choices such as selecting the right infrastructure from the outset become even Continue Reading

Six reasons why you need to update your Plesk now – Plesk

After New Year, I was sitting in an airport cafe far from home and work, waiting to board. Suddenly, my meditative state of mind was interrupted by two IT-looking guys who, I guess because of my branded hoodie and backpack, asked me if I worked for Plesk. So naturally we Continue Reading

Cyber and Physical Convergence is Creating New Attack Opportunities for Cybercriminals

What next? To address the challenges highlighted in the report from Fortinet, organization need to take the following steps: Evolve defenses to address the increase in cyberattack complexity. Just as cybercriminals employ machines to propagate botnet attacks, organizations also need to leverage technology advances in the area of AI/ML to combat new, machine-generated Continue Reading

RCS messaging: An introduction to rich communication services | MessageMedia New Zealand

Rich communications services (RCS) is the hot new thing on the communications landscape. But what is it and how will it change the way we communicate? It’s hard to believe that SMS is more than 20 years old, when so many other platforms have come and gone in much shorter Continue Reading

Analysis of a Fresh Variant of the Emotet Malware

Breaking Threat Analysis research paper by FortiGuard Labs     Emotet is not a new malware family. In fact, it’s been around for several years. We captured a JS file spreading Emotet in 2017, which I then analyzed it and published two research papers on it, Part I and Part II. Continue Reading

CentOS Web Panel News

Options FollowSymLinks not allowed – Control WebPanel Wiki

In the latest version of cwp we don’t allow any more to use “Options FollowSymLinks” in the .htaccess files as this is a security issue. Why Options FollowSymLinks is not secure?This is a big security issue when you have multiple accounts or domains on the same server, an attacker can Continue Reading

Easy IoT with Ubuntu Core and Raspberry Pi

Easy IoT with Ubuntu Core and Pi My current job involves me mostly working in the upper layers of the desktop software stack however I started out working in what was then called embedded engineering but now would probably be know as the Internet of Things (IoT). I worked on Continue Reading

RCS messaging: An introduction to rich communication services | MessageMedia New Zealand

Rich communications services (RCS) is the hot new thing on the communications landscape. But what is it and how will it change the way we communicate? It’s hard to believe that SMS is more than 20 years old, when so many other platforms have come and gone in much shorter Continue Reading

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