Urgent Updates for 70, 76, and 78 and Exim CVE-2019-10149 | cPanel Newsroom

In a post on the cPanel Blog last night we shared information regarding an exploit that had been identified in Exim. This exploit allows attackers to execute code as the root user on your server without authentication and was rated a 9.8 out of 10 in severity. While Version 80 was never vulnerable Continue Reading

New Attacks and Old Attacks Made New

This blog is a summary of an article written by Fortinet’s Derek Manky that appeared on the Dark Reading website on April 16, 2019, entitled “New Attacks (and Old Attacks Made New).” Although cybercriminals depend on innovation in order to stay ahead of security safeguards, they are still subject to Continue Reading

Looking Into Anatova Ransomware

FortiGuard Labs Threat Analysis This blog is part of a series that is looking into new and older ransomwares to provide in-depth technical analysis details not mentioned in previous sources. For example, in this piece on the Anatova ransomware I include a wide range of technical information unavailable elsewhere. This Continue Reading

Intent-Based Segmentation: Beyond Zero Trust

This blog is a summary of the article, “Zero Trust is Not Enough: The Case for Intent-Based Segmentation,” written by Fortinet’s Jonathan Nguyen-Duy, and published on the Network Computing website on March 22, 2019. Networks designed with implicit trust, even if small, simplifies allowing data and applications to move around Continue Reading

AI-based Fuzzing Could Change Security

This blog is a summary of an article written by Fortinet’s Derek Manky that appeared as a byline article on the Threatpost website on December 7, 2018. Many developers, along with professional threat researchers, employ a technique known as fuzzing that is designed to discover vulnerabilities in hardware and software interfaces 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

Kata Containers – now available in the Snap Store

Ubuntu is available in Cloud Server Linux. Contact us to find out our latest offers! Guest blog by Julio Montes, Linux Software Engineer at Intel Kata Containers is now available as a Snap and to install from the Snap Store. Kata Containers is a lightweight, fast to boot, virtual machine Continue Reading

Live Code Updates Using WebDav

In a recent blog post we covered how you can use the oc rsync –watch command to perform live synchronisation of code changes between a local filesystem and a container. This worked by virtue of the oc client monitoring the local filesystem directory for file changes and when they were Continue Reading

Running WordPress the Easy Way

In a prior blog post we detailed the steps required to migrate an existing WordPress instance from OpenShift V2 to V3. The instructions consisted of a series of manual steps to first set up a new instance of WordPress and then migrate the data across from an existing instance of Continue Reading

Project “Honolulu” technical preview is now available for download!

This blog post was authored by Samuel Li, Principal Program Manager Lead, Windows Server. Last week we announced Project “Honolulu”, our new Windows Server management experience, and today we are excited to present the technical preview release, just in time for Ignite! We invite you to download and start using Continue Reading

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