WordPress 5.2 Release Candidate

The first release candidate for WordPress 5.2 is now available! This is an important milestone as we progress toward the WordPress 5.2 release date. “Release Candidate” means that the new version is ready for release, but with millions of users and thousands of plugins and themes, it’s possible something was Continue Reading

My Plesk User Experience (1): Easy Starts and Common Issues – Plesk

Plesk first crossed my path when it came packaged with web hosting acquired from a Russian provider. At the time it was version 12.0, but I never paid any attention to it until I discovered that part of its service was domain names registration. Starting Off with Plesk It couldn’t Continue Reading

Will Emerging Threats Tip the Scales?

This is a summary of an article that first appeared in SecurityWeek on December 07, 2018. Digital devices and infrastructures continue to be woven deeper into every aspect of our lives, whether through connected homes, cars, and mobile devices, or by expanding their role in business, government, and even critical Continue Reading

Industry 4.0 and Application Virtualization

What Is Industry 4.0 Industry 4.0 – The first industrial revolution was powered by steam—the second, by electricity and the assembly lines that led to mass production. Automation led the third revolution from the 1960s onward. For instance, General Motors installed robotic arms to assist their assembly lines in 1961.     Today, we are entering the fourth industrial revolution, or as many prefer to call it, Industry 4.0. In this technological paradigm, computers and automation will come together in a new and innovative way. Artificial Intelligence Continue Reading

Private Git Repositories: Part 2A – Repository SSH Keys

In the first post of this series about using private Git repositories with OpenShift, we looked at the different types of protocols that can be used when accessing a Git repository. We also looked at how these combined with different credential types to control access to a private Git repository. Continue Reading

NSE Experts Academy CTF

At the end of this past June, Fortinet ran the NSE Experts Academy which featured for the first time a Capture The Flag (CTF) session. We welcomed close to 60 participants, and feedback was extremely positive. We congratulate the top 2 winners, with very close scores, teams YouMayNotWannaCry and ACSN. Continue Reading

For Cybercrime, Innovation is the Land of Opportunity

The first day here at Black Hat is over. On the expo floor, a number of vendors are promoting that they now provide critical threat intelligence along with the other technologies they provide. Of course, in general, this is a good thing. The biggest challenge organizations have historically faced has Continue Reading

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