Mautic community forums re-launched

It gives me great pleasure to share that we have just re-launched the Mautic community forums at https://forum.mautic.org.  As many of you will know, most of the forums were disabled due to extreme levels of spam experienced in the past, combined with a lack of resources to deal with the Continue Reading

mysqlbinlog: support for protocol compression

We are happy to share with you that the mysqlbinlog tool has been enhanced. Starting on 8.0.17, the user can instruct the mysqlbinlog tool to negotiate, with the server that it connects to, whether to use protocol compression or not. Since MySQL 5.6, the mysqlbinlog tool can connect to a Continue Reading

MAAS – Fast and efficient virtualisation for small and medium enterprises

The advent of virtualisation has significantly changed the way we use IT infrastructure. In theory, the ability to share single server resources to run multiple isolated operating systems provides flexibility and promises easy operations. However, in practice, managing virtualised infrastructure can be quite expensive and complex as a result of Continue Reading

3CX Call Flow Designer. What’s in store for V16

3CX v16 is around the corner, and we have some exciting news to share about our Call Flow Designer. With this new release, the CFD will use a new scripting engine with deeper integration into 3CX. Furthermore, it is much more efficient as the script execution engine forms part of Continue Reading

MailEnable Version 10 Beta

RSS: MailEnable Version 10 Beta We are pleased to share an update regarding MailEnable Version 10. VERSION 10 BETA Version 10 is now available as a platform beta. The focus for this release is on integrating real-time, secure communication across multiple devices.We have also added some improvements to MailEnable’s core Continue Reading

Zimbra Collaboration 8.7.11 Now Available

Another two week cycle has ended, and it’s time to share with you the fixed bugs and security issues our team has been working on. This 8.7.11 Release is important — it includes a Security Fix you should apply to your Zimbra environment. Plus we fixed some bugs customers have Continue Reading

Executive Insights: An Interview with Phil Quade

We regularly do deep dive Q&A pieces with our executives to share the leadership perspectives at Fortinet. Read below for an interview with Phil Quade, Fortinet’s CISO. You can also read his most recent blog post here about “Take-aways for CISOs from WannaCry.” Could you briefly share more about your career path Continue Reading

BankBot, the Prequel

For us at FortiGuard, it always sounds like a bad idea for people to share malware source code,even if it is for academic or educational purposes. For example, on GitHub we can currently find more than 300 distinct repositories of ransomware, which gives you some idea about the attention that Continue Reading

The First Major Update of Cerber 4 Ransomware Has Surfaced

Cerber 4.1.0 is already here!  In this blog we will share information about this updated version uncovered by Fortinet, including its differences and similarities compared to previous versions.  Cerber is a classic ransomware tool that encrypts victims’ files and then demands payments to decrypt them. Victims are given a period Continue Reading

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