Zimbra’s Wiki – now 17x Faster!

Greetings, Friends. Over the last few months we received reports that our Tech Center was suffering from occasional timeouts or long waiting periods. Not good! We know that our tech articles are critical for your Zimbra deployments and/or configurations, so I have good news for you today. But first, a Continue Reading

Microsoft Excel Files Increasingly Used To Spread Malware

Over the last few years we have received a number of emails with attached Word files that spread malware.  Now it seems that it is becoming more and more popular to spread malware using malicious Excel files. Lately, Fortinet has collected a number of email samples with Excel files attached Continue Reading

LinkedIn and Baidu Redirecting to Fat-Loss and Brain Improvement Scam

We recently received a URL through Skype that caught our attention. It was a link belonging to LinkedIn, with our Skype ID as a parameter at the end of the URL. hxxps://www.linkedin.com/slink?code=e2nsPHa#jpulusiv=victimskypeid Usually, people would be wary when they receive links that look somewhat suspicious. But this link is from Continue Reading

IoT-based Linux/Mirai: Frequently Asked Questions

Ever since the Mirai DDoS attack was launched a few weeks ago, we have received a number of questions that I will try to answer here. If you have more follow-up questions, please let me know! Who is the Author of Mirai? The presumed developer goes under the pseudonym of Continue Reading

Information-stealing Malware Is Spread Via Word Document

Recently we received a SPAM with an attachment, which is a password-protected Word document. Its MD5 is 6619356e9e0c9d2445bf777a8bea5d6a, which is detected as “WM/Agent.60F9!tr” by the Fortinet AntiVirus service. When the document is opened, the attached malicious VB script code is executed and additional malware is created and executed. Based on Continue Reading

Clarifying our hardware platform support

Over the past several weeks, the Windows Server team has received a number of inquiries regarding certification and support for certain hardware platforms and questioning as to any change in policy we may have in this regard. We want to ensure there is no misunderstanding of our policies or plans Continue Reading

Official Linux Packages for Sync Now Available

We’ve received many requests from the Sync community to be able to install Sync on a Linux family OS in the “Linux way” — using packages and a standard tool (yum or apt-get) to get the package downloaded and installed. We’re thankful for the packages and installation scripts made by Continue Reading