CentOS News

Video from the CentOS Dojo at CERN now available – Blog.CentOS.org

CentOS is available in Cloud Server Linux. Contact us to find out our latest offers! Video from the CentOS Dojo at CERN now available Thursday , 1, November 2018 Rich Bowen Community The videos from the recent #CentOSDojo at #CERN are now available on the CentOS YouTube channel. If you Continue Reading

CentOS News

Upcoming changes to downloading AltArch .iso images – Blog.CentOS.org

CentOS is available in Cloud Server Linux. Contact us to find out our latest offers! Greetings from the mirror-management department! This notice is for those who employ some sort of an automation to download AltArch (ie. aarch64, armhfp, i386, power9, ppc64, ppc64le) CentOS 7 .iso/.raw.xz images from mirror.centos.org. Those using Continue Reading

MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.4 released!

MySQL Cluster Manager 1.4.4 is now available for download from My Oracle Support. What’s new?With MCM 1.4.4 we continue to improve on MySQL Cluster Manager, specifically around: the collect logs command process status reporting process command execution in specific scenarios More detailsMore details are available in the MCM 1.4.4 Release Continue Reading

BlueBorne: Technical Insight

(BlueBorne background: read our previous post from Aamir Lakhani here) I have watched the BlueBorne demos and read the technical paper – it was tough! I am amazed at how the researchers managed to exploit several vulnerabilities to turn them into a PoC attack. My comments below. BlueBorne does not “spread” (as such) BlueBorne affects devices 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

New SIP Trunk Provider for Belgium – Welcoming Proximus

Belgian partners and users now have another new SIP trunk to choose from. We have completed testing Belgium’s largest telco Proximus with 3CX 15.5 and the SIP trunk is now available for you to select in the management console. Previously known as Belgacom, Proximus offers a full range of internet, Continue Reading

How to get chain certificates

When purchasing SSL from the SSL providers in many cases you will not get the chain certificates and you need to find them on they site, to make things easier we will add some easier instructions here. For start check your domain certificateshttps://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.htmlor https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html?hostname=YOUR-DOMAIN If you get a broken end Continue Reading

Private Git Repositories: Part 1 – Best Practices

When you deploy applications to OpenShift from source code, you will typically provide the source code by specifying a URL to a repository managed by a Git hosting service such as GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket. When the build process runs to create the image for your application, the first step Continue Reading

Reliable Low Latency Streaming With SRT: Now Available in Wowza Streaming Engine

August 28, 2017 by Chris Michaels From user-generated content to online gaming; from financial trading to security platforms; today’s streaming apps and services are highly interactive experiences, facilitated by low-latency streaming delivery. But achieving low latency, with high reliability and security simultaneously can be a challenge, especially when delivering over the Continue Reading

Partnering with an MSSP for a More Secure Digital Business

In just the past few years, network architectures have begun to evolve from traditional, point-to-point connections between controlled network devices to a highly meshed ecosystem of interconnected networks. This hyper-connected architecture of traditional, private, public cloud, and remote networks and devices is being driven by the need to leverage data as Continue Reading

How FortiSIEM Works to Keep Schools Safe

Networks used by educational institutions benefit from being open and promoting a limitless flow of information and ideas. However, much like the student-teacher relationship, the user-network relationship is one that must be built on trust. The extent of personal information and intellectual data that is often housed on these networks Continue Reading

NSS Labs NGFW Report: Fortinet Receives 4th Consecutive Recommended Rating

One of the biggest security challenges organizations face is sorting through solutions from literally hundreds of vendors in the IT market to find the one that is going to provide them with the best protection at a cost they can afford. Each of these vendors claims to solve critical security 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

New validated Windows Server Software Defined solutions from our partners

We are pleased to announce a new set of validated software-defined datacenter solutions are now available from our Windows Server partners, including DataON, Fujitsu, HPE, Lenovo, QCT, and Supermicro. These hyper-converged solutions make it faster and easier to deploy software-defined compute, storage, and networking in your datacenter. In addition to Continue Reading

Bulletin Messenger Facebook Integration

From this week Bulletin customers will be able to access Facebook as a channel for customers, contacts and staff in their Messenger communications. Bruce Herbert, Managing Director at Bulletin.net, commented:  “In the same month as Facebook announced reaching 2 billion customers Bulletin announced its Messenger platform integration into Facebook.  We Continue Reading

If you’re not archiving your email, you should be!

When disaster strikes, is your business able to recover from data loss with minimal downtime? How does your business handle legal requests for discovery and compliance audits? Are you protected against data loss when employees leave the company? Businesses of all sizes worldwide rely on email for their day-to-day communication Continue Reading

Announcing the DeveloperWeek NY 2017 Hackathon Challenge Winners!

June 26, 2017 by James Jackson   Every year, developers from across the country join Wowza in Brooklyn, New York for the 2017 DeveloperWeek Hackathon. The hackathon brings together people of varying experience and skill levels for a chance to socialize, learn, build something great—and win prizes of $250 in gift cards and $250 Continue Reading

Home Energy gets smarter as Mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) intersect

A recent case study from an innovative energy company based in Ireland reveals one of the many aspects of how we can use mobile and connected devices to better manage something as mundane but essential as improving the management of hot water consumption and heating.  While in the US, a Continue Reading

CSF Firewall command line

CSF/LFD Firewall is installed by default on all CWP servers.Here you can find useful commands you can use from your terminal.To get the list of all options please use this commands csf –help man csf Configuration location is in the folder /etc/csf/Main configuration file: /etc/csf/csf.conf Enable CSF Firewall csf -e Continue Reading

GitLab’s Functional Group Updates – June 5th – June 9th

Every day from Monday to Thursday, right before our GitLab Team call, a different Functional Group gives an update to our team. The format of these calls is simple and short where they can either give a presentation or quickly walk the team through their agenda. Recordings All of the Continue Reading

GitLab’s Functional Group Updates – May 16th – May 26th

Every day from Monday to Thursday, right before our GitLab Team call, a different Functional Group gives an update to our team. The format of these calls is simple and short where they can either give a presentation or quickly walk the team through their agenda. Recordings All of the Continue Reading

Less Is More – Why The IPv6 Switch Is Missing

At Cloudflare we believe in being good to the Internet and good to our customers. By moving on from the legacy world of IPv4-only to the modern-day world where IPv4 and IPv6 are treated equally, we believe we are doing exactly that. “No matter what happens in life, be good Continue Reading

GitLab 9.2 Released with Multiple Assignees For Issues and Pipeline Schedules

Create Merge Request from Issue With each iteration of GitLab, we strive to make going from idea to production faster and smoother. This new small tweak allows you create a merge request right from the issue page, with GitLab creating the associated branch automatically in the background for you. It’s 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

GitLab’s Functional Group Updates – May 9th – May 12th

Every day from Monday to Thursday, right before our GitLab Team call, a different Functional Group gives an update to our team. The format of these calls is simple and short where they can either give a presentation or quickly walk the team through their agenda. Recordings All of the Continue Reading

Protecting Your Organization from the WCry Ransomware

Ransomware has become the fastest growing malware threat, targeting everyone from home users to healthcare systems to corporate networks. Tracking analysis shows that there has been an average of more than 4,000 ransomware attacks every day since January 1, 2016. On May 12, FortiGuard Labs began tracking a new ransomware Continue Reading

GitLab’s Functional Group Updates – April 24th – May 5th

Every day from Monday to Thursday, right before our GitLab Team call, a different Functional Group gives an update to our team. The format of these calls is simple and short where they can either give a presentation or quickly walk the team through their agenda. Recordings All of the Continue Reading

Zimbra Collaboration 8.7.9 is Now Available

Today brings a new update from Zimbra! We are thrilled to introduce some Zimbra Drive early release feature improvements and some bug fixes across the product. For a detailed list of all of them, keep reading or go to our Release Notes Wiki page. Fixed issues ZCS 8.7.9 Here is a Continue Reading

IoT Security Anti-Patterns

From security cameras to traffic lights, an increasing amount of appliances we interact with on a daily basis are internet connected. A device can be considered IoT-enabled when the functionality offered by its Embedded System is exposed through an internet connected API. Internet-of-Things technologies inherit many attack vectors that appear Continue Reading

>