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CentOS Storage SIG Quarterly Report – Blog.CentOS.org

To make CentOS a suitable platform for many different storage solutions. It should be very simple for users to deploy CentOS with the components of storage projects of their choice. Ceph and Gluster are current projects in the CentOS Storage SIG. We have been in touch with other storage projects Continue Reading

The End of Cross-Site Scripting: WordPress 5.1.1 Released

Older versions of WordPress make all posts vulnerable to cross-site scripting. But the cross-site scripting vulnerability in WordPress is a thing of the past now since the release of v5.1.1. The WordPress team have introduced several fixes in this new version. But first – What does a cross-site scripting vulnerability Continue Reading

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New Cloud Server Windows with Server Protection Advanced

Hey folks! We have an awesome announcement to make! In line with the recent focus on heightened cyber security, we have listened to your needs and beefed up protection for all new Cloud Server Windows subscriptions.  Starting from today, new Cloud Server Windows will come with the following additional Security Features: Continue Reading

New Security & Collaboration Features for MDaemon 17.5!

Our continued focus to make email safe and simple to use has resulted in some great new features in the most recent release of MDaemon 17.5. We’ve highlighted some of the features for email administrators and end users below. So, let’s have a closer look. New MDaemon Features for Administrators Continue Reading

15.5 Update 1 (SP1) Released in BETA

We have managed to make Update 1 (SP1) available just in time for your holidays! Update 1 has a good number of features for administrators and users of 3CX alike. Extensive IP Phone Configuration options We have greatly expanded the configuration options available for supported phones. Now you can configure Continue Reading

Control your servers and businesses on the go with Plesk Mobile

Want to make changes to your customers’ accounts while sitting in a bubble bath listening to jazz playing in the background? Urgently need to reboot the server at 2 am, but you’re at the club with a margarita in hand? The CSS on your website is a bit off, but you’re 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

Token Authentication for Cached Private Content and APIs

While working to make the Internet a better place, we also want to make it easier for our customers to have control of their content and APIs, and who has access to them. Using Cloudflare’s Token Authentication features, customers can implement access control via URL tokens or HTTP request headers Continue Reading

Preparing Your Network for the IoT Revolution

26 Connected Devices Per Human by 2020 Changes the Security Equation: How to Make Sure Your Network is Prepared We seem to be hearing about the Internet of Things (IOT) and the security challenges related to it everywhere these days… While there is no denying that IP-based connectivity continues to Continue Reading

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