EasyApache 4 Apr 9 Release | cPanel Newsroom

We are happy to announce that cPanel, L.L.C. has released an update for EasyApache 4 which includes several PHP version updates. Take a look at the changes below, and then join us on Slack, Discord, or Reddit to talk about this update and much more. 2019-4-9 scl-php71 EA-8316: Update PHP to version 7.1.28, drop Continue Reading

Snap startup time improvements

Several months ago, we shared an article titled I have a need, a need for snap that detailed the application performance results of snaps compared to their classic repo counterparts. We tested GIMP and VLC on both Ubuntu and Fedora, with some rather interesting findings. The one aspect of the Continue Reading

Minimizing Cyber Risks as Healthcare Providers Increase Technology Use

The healthcare sector has undergone dramatic changes in the past several years, primarily spurred by the adoption of new medical technology. Beginning with the adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) and continuing on into the increased use of medical applications, online patient portals, connected devices, and wearables, the healthcare sector Continue Reading

Rehashed RAT Used in APT Campaign Against Vietnamese Organizations

Recently, FortiGuard Labs came across several malicious documents that exploit the vulnerability CVE-2012-0158. To evade suspicion from the victim, these RTF files drop decoy documents containing politically themed texts about a variety of Vietnamese government-related information. It was believed in a recent report that the hacking campaign where these documents Continue Reading

Living Securely in a Digital World

Over the past several months the news has been full of reports about cybercriminals using malware to shut down devices or networks, steal data, or hold it for ransom. During the second quarter of 2017, over 184 billion total exploits were documented, coming from nearly 6,300 unique exploits. This is an Continue Reading

Zero Patch IoT Environment

Over the last few months or years I have reported vulnerabilities on several IoT devices. None have been patched so far, and I think it is time to discuss the situation openly. One of the issues I have faced several times is the zero-security-culture phenomenon. Some of those IoT companies were typically very small Continue Reading

Inside GitLab’s Code Review Flow

Code review, or engineers manually reviewing code as it is being developed, is one of several tools that organizations have to maintain code quality. Having a clean codebase allows developers to quickly build new features, which comes in handy if you find yourself needing to react promptly to the market. Continue Reading

ZCS 8.7.8 Early Developer Release is Now Available

PLEASE NOTE: This release contains several known issues that negatively impact server stability and reliability. This release is neither intended or supported for production deployment. This release is strictly intended for developer and administrator testing and feedback. Please proceed accordingly. Click here for complete Release Notes. Bonus: Slide deck We Continue Reading

[infra] scheduled major outage for several services

[infra] scheduled major outage for several services Wednesday , 8, March 2017 Fabian Arrotin Uncategorized As announced, and confirmed on the centos-devel list, next week we’ll have a major outage impacting several services that are hosted in the same DC : due to some reorganization at the DC/Cage level, we’ll Continue Reading

DDoS Ransom: An Offer You Can Refuse

Cloudflare has covered DDoS ransom groups several times in the past. First, we reported on the copycat group claiming to be the Armada Collective and then not too long afterwards, we covered the “new” Lizard Squad. While in both cases the groups made threats that were ultimately empty, these types Continue Reading

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