The 3CX Android App Beta Introduces Video Calling

How often do we hear the saying “How nice to put a face to a name”? Well, now you can with the 3CX App for Android Beta, introducing video calling. This latest update includes support for additional phones and models and adds important fixes such as the elimination of echo. Continue Reading

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Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) Conversion Tools – Control WebPanel Wiki

When working with a domain name containing international (non-ASCII) characters, you need to convert the domain name into “punycode” before adding it to the CWP,DNS or Web server. You can use this IDN Conversion Tools to convert your domain from special characters to a name in ASCII characters. https://www.verisign.com/en_US/channel-resources/domain-registry-products/idn/idn-conversion-tool/index.xhtml https://www.punycoder.com/ Continue Reading

Call Flow Designer Release Candidate Available

Along with the release of V15.5 we brought back the VAD, with it’s new name Call Flow Designer (CFD). The BETA of the CFD was very well received as it was a feature that many customers and resellers were really looking forward to. And now we bring to you the Continue Reading

The Analysis of ISC BIND Response Authority Section RRSIG Missing DoS (CVE-2016-9444)

Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) secures the Domain Name System (DNS), right? Yes, but that’s not the whole story. DNSSEC can also introduce troubles into your DNS server. Recently, a BIND bug caused by a missing RRSIG record, which is a part of DNSSEC, was fixed by a patch Continue Reading

Top Articles and Content Review for 2016

About Jorge de la Cruz Hi everyone, my name is Jorge de la Cruz and I’m a passionate Zimbra fan. VMware vExpert ’14-’16 and Veeam Vanguard ’15-16, writing about Zimbra in a Technical manner since 2011, now leading the Product Marketing team for OEM, thrilled to be part of the Continue Reading

Patented Firmware Repels Large-Scale DDoS attacks on DNS Services

DNS-Related DDoS Attacks Are on the Rise Domain Name System (DNS)-related distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are on the rise because hacktivists and cyberterrorists are finding it easy to use botnets to stage large volumetric reflection and amplification of queries DDoS attacks to overwhelm servers. When these attacks succeed, Continue Reading