ReadySpace Outage Alert

[Network Attack Report] Cisco Switch – Hong Kong Data Center 7th April 2018

One of our Cisco switches has been attacked on the morning of April 7 at ReadySpace Hong Kong Data Center. A few amounts of customers under this switch have been affected. Our network engineer has been fixed this issue at noon and blocked all the public connection to prevent attack Continue Reading

MTN (CY) Business SIP Trunk Now Available for V15.5

Another new SIP trunk has been added to the management console for your easy selection. Following successful testing, MTN (Cyprus) Business SIP Trunk customers can now quickly and easily configure their SIP trunk with their 3CX PBX. Founded in 1994, MTN is one of the largest telecommunications groups in the Continue Reading

Replication Features in MySQL 8.0.3

Great news! MySQL 8.0.3 is out and it is a release candidate. In the replication team we have been busy working on interesting new enhancements and also doing some clean up. Some of these new features are out in this release. Let me summarize the new replication bits and pieces Continue Reading

Python 3.6.3rc1 and 3.7.0a1 now available for testing and more

The Python build factories have been busy the last several weeks preparingour fall lineup of releases.  Today we are happy to announce threeadditions: 3.6.3rc1, 3.7.0a1, and 3.3.7 final, which join last weekend’s2.7.14 and last month’s 3.5.4 bug-fix releases and 3.4.7 security-fixupdate (see all downloads). 1. Python 3.6.3rc1 is the first release Continue Reading

How Can SMB Practices Improve Healthcare Cybersecurity?

The healthcare sector has been under increasing attack from cybercriminals with a variety of tactics and motivations. In fact, cyberattacks targeting healthcare providers increased 63 percent in 2016. The increased attention cybercriminals are giving the healthcare space is not surprising. The protected health information and other personally identifiable information (PII) Continue Reading

Private Git Repositories: Part 3 – Personal Access Tokens

In this series of posts, we have been delving into the use of private Git repositories with OpenShift. As was covered in previous posts, the preferred mechanism for accessing a private Git repository is to use an SSH connection and a repository SSH key. A repository SSH key, however, can Continue Reading

Living Securely in a Digital World

Over the past several months the news has been full of reports about cybercriminals using malware to shut down devices or networks, steal data, or hold it for ransom. During the second quarter of 2017, over 184 billion total exploits were documented, coming from nearly 6,300 unique exploits. This is an Continue Reading

Email Help for Texas & Louisiana Businesses Affected by Harvey

Our hearts go out to all who have been impacted by hurricane Harvey. As a provider of email messaging software and services, we understand that many businesses have lost communications infrastructure, including their email services, which for many, are the primary channel of communication with customers. We want to help, Continue Reading

Parallels RAS Wins Security Today’s New Product of the Year Award

Parallels® Remote Application Server (RAS) has been named one of Security Today’s New Product of the Year Award winners. This award—given to our application and desktop delivery solution in the best Software/IT Solutions category—reconfirms the status of Parallels RAS as one of the most secure application and desktop delivery/VDI solutions.  In a year which has seen data breaches at international levels with Continue Reading

CubeCart 6.1.10 Released

CubeCart 6.1.10 has been released fixing a compatibility issue with PHP 5.4. Any merchant experiencing upgrade or install blocks will want to upgrade to this release instead. If you have already successfully upgraded to 6.1.9 there is no need to upgrade to this new release but we offer a patch Continue Reading

Locky Launches a More Massive Spam Campaign with New “Lukitus” Variant

It has just been a week since the variation of Locky named Diablo6 appeared. Now it has launched another campaign more massive than the previous. This time, it uses “.lukitus”, which means “locking” in Finnish, as the extension for the encrypted files. The FortiGuard Lion Team was the first to Continue Reading

How the Healthcare Cloud is Revolutionizing Patient Care

There have been countless ideas about how the cloud could transform the healthcare space and patient care. As healthcare cloud adoption has grown, however, the initial focus has largely been on its ability to store massive amounts of data and expedite the exchange of patient health information. These two capabilities Continue Reading

Scalability Lessons From Game of Thrones: Demand Is Coming

July 25, 2017 by Chris Michaels Unless you’ve been hiding under a Westeros rock, you probably know Game of Thrones is back—and the world is glued to their laptops, smartphones and TVs to watch. But the season premiere brought behind-the-scenes drama when servers in Latin America crashed for HBO GO and HBO Continue Reading

Univention and ownCloud: A Docker (Love) Story

This is a guest blog post by our partner Univention.  Docker has been one of the buzzwords in recent years. Containers in itself are nothing new in the Linux world, and anyone using a shared web space is almost certainly using some container implementation. Docker, however, provides management interfaces and Continue Reading

Protecting your data! Fail-safe enhancements to Group Replication.

Group Replication has been around for some time now and the feedback from community is overwhelming. One of the suggestions (BUG#84795) received is related to deploying a mechanism to prevent a server from being updated after stopping group replication. Without this mechanism the server can continue to receive update transactions, Continue Reading

Key Differences Between Petya and NotPetya

There have already been a lot of write-ups for the NotPetya malware. This article is just a supplement for what is already out there. Our focus is to highlight some key differences between a previous strain of the Petya ransomware and the malware that scared everyone a few weeks ago, Continue Reading

Announcing Sync 2.5

We are excited to announce the release of Sync 2.5. Our team has been cooking up some awesome new features that we know you’ll love. Sync is the leading peer-to-peer file sharing tool empowering start-ups, organizations, and individuals with high speed secure file transfers. Sync continues to outperform traditional cloud-based Continue Reading

Fortinet UTM: A Gartner’s Magic Quadrant Leader 8 Times in a Row

Fortinet’s UTM solutions have been positioned in the leader’s quadrant of Gartner’s annual Magic Quadrant for Unified Threat Management report for the 8th time in a row. In this year’s report, Gartner placed us for  our solution with the highest placement for our ability to execute on that vision. Unified Continue Reading

Reviewing the up and coming SuiteCRM 7.9

SalesAgility have been the drivers and innovators of SuiteCRM which has made it one of the most downloaded open source CRM applications in the world. Within this period, the SuiteCRM product team brought us “Campaigns” email module. In today’s world a dynamic email marketing suite has become an important part Continue Reading

Higher Education: Critical Infrastructure and the Dark Cloud of Cyber Threats

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has identified 16 sectors that have been determined to be designated as critical infrastructure due to the debilitating effect on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, or any combination that would result from any of these sectors being compromised. Included in Continue Reading

ISPConfig Migration Tool 1.6.9 Released

The new ISPConfig Migration Tool 1.6.9 has just been released. This is a maintenance and bugfix release. ISPConfig Migration Tool The migration tool helps you to import data from other control panels (currently ISPConfig 2 and 3 – 3.1, Plesk 10 – 12.5 and Confixx 3) into a new ISPConfig Continue Reading

Byline: What is Next for Cloud Services in the Federal Space?

Historically, federal agencies have been wary of using public cloud due to security concerns. Yet the agility and cost savings offered by cloud infrastructure is proving to be a major incentive, leading to a recent big push for agencies to re-engage with public cloud providers.  Security is still a central Continue Reading

New Loki Variant Being Spread via PDF File

Background The Loki Bot has been observed for years. As you may know, it is designed to steal credentials from installed software on a victim’s machine, such as email clients, browsers, FTP clients, file management clients, and so on. FortiGuard Labs recently captured a PDF sample that is used to Continue Reading

Zero Patch IoT Environment

Over the last few months or years I have reported vulnerabilities on several IoT devices. None have been patched so far, and I think it is time to discuss the situation openly. One of the issues I have faced several times is the zero-security-culture phenomenon. Some of those IoT companies were typically very small Continue Reading

Group Replication support SAVEPOINT

Group Replication has been around as GA for some months now. Nonetheless, work continues and now we are happy to let you know that you can now use transaction savepoints when write-set extraction is enabled. This enhancement was released as in MySQL 8.0.1. The SAVEPOINT statement sets a named transaction Continue Reading

Changing Internet Standards to Build A Secure Internet

We’ve been working with registrars and registries in the IETF on making DNSSEC easier for domain owners, and over the next two weeks we’ll be starting out by enabling DNSSEC automatically for .dk domains. DNSSEC: A Primer Before we get into the details of how we’ve improved the DNSSEC experience, Continue Reading

Replication Features in MySQL 8.0.1

MySQL 8.0.1 has just been released with a wonderful set of features across the board. Specifically in replication, there is plenty of new and exciting functionality as well as performance improvements.  In this post I am going to summarize the replication features of this development milestone release. The Group Replication Continue Reading

How we made our DNS stack 3x faster

Cloudflare is now well into it’s 6th year and providing authoritative DNS has been a core part of infrastructure from the start. We’ve since grown to be the largest and one of the fastest managed DNS services on the Internet, hosting DNS for nearly 100,000 of the Alexa top 1M Continue Reading

Switching between Windows Server 2016 Server Core and Desktop Experience

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

cPanel & WHM 64 in CURRENT Tier

cPanel, Inc. is proud to announce that cPanel & WHM version 64 has been released to the CURRENT tier, and is now available for installation. Below are a few of the new features in this version. Multiple Incremental Backups Incremental backups have been improved and now allow you to keep Continue Reading

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