The ACME Protocol is an IETF Standard – Let’s Encrypt

It has long been a dream of ours for there to be a standardized protocol for certificate issuance and management. That dream has become a reality now that the IETF has standardized the ACME protocol as RFC 8555. I’d like to thank everyone involved in that effort, including Let’s Encrypt Continue Reading

WordPress 5.1.1 Security and Maintenance Release

WordPress 5.1.1 is now available! This security and maintenance release introduces 10 fixes and enhancements, including changes designed to help hosts prepare users for the minimum PHP version bump coming in 5.2. This release also includes a pair of security fixes that handle how comments are filtered and then stored in Continue Reading

ROS2 launch: required nodes

When using the Robot Operating System (ROS), it’s fairly common to want to shut down a launched system if a specific node (or set of nodes) exits. This is pretty easy in ROS1, because launch files support the required attribute on each node. As a result, crafting a two-node system Continue Reading

Group Replication – Consistent Reads Deep Dive

On previous posts about Group Replication consistency we: introduced consistency levels; explained how to configure the primary failover consistency; presented how to configure transaction consistency levels to achieve the consistency required by your applications. In blog 3. we presented the consistency levels: EVENTUAL, BEFORE, AFTER and BEFORE_AND_AFTER; their scopes: SESSION, Continue Reading

Analysis of the New Modules that Emotet Spreads

Threat Analysis Report from FortiGuard Labs Just a few days ago, FortiGuard Labs published a research blog about a fresh variant of Emotet. When I wrote that blog, I had not yet detected any further malicious actions from its C&C server. However, I have continued to monitor its connections, and Continue Reading

Fresh KDE snaps for February 2019

During February 2019 we celebrated another fine Plasma release with our friends at KDE by showcasing a month of KDE snaps on the Snapcraft Twitter and other social accounts. The KDE developers have done amazing work to create an SDK that simplifies making snaps of KDE applications and they also Continue Reading

Getting Ready for Swarm-as-a-Service

This blog is a summary of an article written by Fortinet’s Derek Manky that appeared on the ThreatPost website on January 31, 2019. The digital world has created unprecedented opportunities – both for good and for ill. Advances in swarm technology, for example, have powerful implications in the fields of Continue Reading

EasyApache 4 Mar 7 Release | cPanel Newsroom

We are happy to announce that cPanel, L.L.C. has released an update for EasyApache 4! We are happy to announce that PHP 7.3 is now available. Take a look at some highlights below, and then join us on Slack, Discord, or Reddit to talk about this update and much more. 2019-3-7 scl-php73-meta EA-8254: Prepare Continue Reading

How to create snapshots of your snaps

Data backups are arguably the most important part of one’s software setup. While many scenarios fall into the realm of if, data loss belongs in the when domain. Over time, every one of us will experience some kind of hardware failure, be it an optical disk, a hard disk or Continue Reading

Infographic: Snapcraft for developers

At the end of last year, we shared an infographic highlighting the adoption of snaps by users for their desktop, server or IoT devices. Those snaps wouldn’t be available without the growing number of developers building them behind the scenes. But why have developers, including those from some of the Continue Reading

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