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Summer Savings Going on Right Now!

[embedded content] I’ve got some exciting news! Summer is the season of savings, and this month, you can save big bucks on MDaemon Email Server and Security Gateway for Email Servers products! During the entire month of August, we’re offering 15% OFF the price of NEW MDaemon and 15% OFF Continue Reading

CentOS Pulse Newsletter, March 2019 (#1903) – Blog.CentOS.org

Dear CentOS enthusiast, Another month into 2019, and we have a lot to tell you about. CentOS is 15! As you may have seen either at recent events, or on social media, we’re getting ready to celebrate our 15th birthday! As part of that, Rich has been interviewing various people Continue Reading

Fresh Snaps from July 2018

Ubuntu is available in Cloud Server Linux. Contact us to find out our latest offers! Another month, and another bumper crop of snaps for you! This time around we have a great mix of developer tools, productivity applications and of course games. All of these are available as snaps which Continue Reading

Evasive Malware Campaign Abuses Free Cloud Service, Targets Korean Speakers

Earlier this month, FortiGuard Labs researchers published findings about a malware campaign exploiting a PowerPoint vulnerability. Cybercriminals, however, are equal opportunity exploiters, so just recently an interesting targeted malware campaign was found to be using another document vulnerability. Only this time, it’s a Hangul Word Processor (HWP) document leveraging the Continue Reading

cPanel & WHM Version 58 will reach EOL in 1 Month

cPanel & WHM version 58 will reach End of Life in 1 month, at the end of July, 2017. cPanel & WHM versions 56 and 60 will also reach End of Life at the end of October, 2017. In accordance with our EOL policy (https://go.cpanel.com/longtermsupport), when a version of cPanel Continue Reading

WordPress 4.8 Beta 1

We’re planning a smaller WP release early next month, bringing in three major enhancements: An improved visual editor experience, with a new TinyMCE that allows you to navigate more intuitively in and out of inline elements like links. (Try it out to see, it’s hard to describe.) A revamp of Continue Reading

Understanding Our Cache and the Web Cache Deception Attack

About a month ago, security researcher Omer Gil published the details of an attack that he calls the Web Cache Deception attack. It works against sites that sit behind a reverse proxy (like Cloudflare) and are misconfigured in a particular way. Unfortunately, the definition of “misconfigured” for the purposes of Continue Reading

Deep Analysis of the Online Banking Botnet TrickBot

One month ago we captured a Word document infected with malicious VBA code, which was detected as WM/Agent!tr by the Fortinet AntiVirus service. Its file name is InternalFax.doc, and its MD5 is 4F2139E3961202B1DFEAE288AED5CB8F.  By our analysis, the Word document was used to download and spread the botnet TrickBot. TrickBot aims Continue Reading

Microsoft Kernel Integer Overflow Vulnerability

Last month I discovered and reported an integer overflow vulnerability in the Windows Registry. Last Tuesday, October 25th, Microsoft released Security Bulletin MS16-124, which contains the patch for this vulnerability, and identifies it as CVE-2016-0070. This vulnerability could lead to local privilege elevation, and is rated as “Important” by Microsoft. Continue Reading

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