Fortinet Signs Important Cybersecurity Information Sharing Agreement with KISA

Fortinet’s Derek Manky offers some perspective on Fortinet’s most recent cooperative information sharing agreement and what this means for the future of global cyber threat intelligence. What did Fortinet announce with KISA today? Fortinet took another important step in an effort to bolster the future of cybersecurity. We signed an Continue Reading

Tomorrow’s Endpoint Security: An Integrated and Automated Approach

The most recent data breaches in the health industry demonstrate the ingenuity of today’s cyberattackers. They are testing their mettle, not on one segment of an organization’s defenses, but on all of them – including their victim’s dependence on other vendors that support their business. Next-generation endpoint security can be Continue Reading

The complete guide to Go net/http timeouts

When writing an HTTP server or client in Go, timeouts are amongst the easiest and most subtle things to get wrong: there’s many to choose from, and a mistake can have no consequences for a long time, until the network glitches and the process hangs. HTTP is a complex multi-stage Continue Reading

4 tips to make SEO work for your ecommerce site

Making the most of SEO requires thinking like your customers. It’s a long-term investment that pays off if you focus on delivering an efficient purchasing process. In today’s video, Sylvain VIDAL, COO of PrestaShop partner agency SEO.FR, breaks down SEO for ecommerce into four simple steps. Follow them carefully and Continue Reading

First Bay Area OpenResty Meetup

On March 9, 章亦春, known to most of us as agentzh, organized the first Bay Area OpenResty Meetup at CloudFlare’s San Francisco office. CloudFlare is a big user of Lua, LuaJIT, NGINX and OpenResty and happy to be able to sponsor Yichun’s work on this fast, flexible platform. The slides Continue Reading

WhatsApp vs Telegram

The competition for the most secure instant messaging tool has been running for years. It re-surfaced this month when WhatsApp announced it has completed implementing end-to-end encryption. Curiously, in security research circles, this has resulted in endless debates between WhatsApp and Telegram. Very much like Emacs vs Vi, everybody has Continue Reading

Can I Install cPanel with Google Compute Engine?

Greetings from the Customer Service Team! Given the nature of most Customer Service departments, they are typically the first line of communication you will have with any given company. Here at cPanel, things are not much different. Being that we have the opportunity to connect with such a wide and Continue Reading

Galaxy Kayaks: Using PrestaShop to deliver fishing kayaks across Europe

Kayak fishing is a rapidly growing subcategory of one of the most popular hobbies in Europe, fishing. This traditional pastime is not only a source of food, but also a very popular sport. In the UK, there are more active fishing licences than participants in Sunday league Soccer! In Spain, Continue Reading

Where is my Two Factor Authentication?

cPanel & WHM version 54 introduces the new Two Factor Authentication features for the cPanel and WHM interfaces. This feature is one of the most highly requested features on features.cpanel.net. We at cPanel worked hard to bring this in cPanel & WHM version 54.  When the new feature hit the Continue Reading

The 3 Different Applications for cPanel Webmail

Webmail is one of the most commonly used features in cPanel. As opposed to having email delivered from the server to a desktop application, Webmail allows users to check their messages from their browsers. Currently, there are three different Webmail applications available, each with their own subtle differences, but all Continue Reading

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