11 Security Add-ons You Should Offer to Boost Your Hosting Revenue

Previously, Plesk CTO Jan Loeffler, talked about changes in the hosting market. And suggests hosters offer a custom, hyper-tailored security solution – at a higher price. This includes services like automated malware removal, antivirus, web application firewall, and anti-DDOS in existing hosting plans. But why does it pay to do Continue Reading

Where eagles snap – A closer look

A couple of weeks ago, we talked about snap security, taking a journey through the eyes of a developer and handing over to a user who wants to install applications from the Snap Store. We discussed concepts like application confinement, interfaces, store review, and automatic updates. Today, we will look Continue Reading

AES-CBC is going the way of the dodo

A little over a year ago, Nick Sullivan talked about the beginning of the end for AES-CBC cipher suites, following a plethora of attacks on this cipher mode. Today we can safely confirm that this prediction is coming true, as for the first time ever the share of AES-CBC cipher Continue Reading

As Your Company Goes Increasingly Wireless, How Do You Protect Your Network?

Back in June, we talked to Fortinet’s Doug Ramos about issues and trends affecting enterprise wireless environments today. We followed up with Doug to discuss how the growth of wireless devices and enterprise applications affects the way you design your wireless network, and how you control access. Q & A Continue Reading

A Peek into BlackMoon’s Sustained Attacks against South Korea

A few months ago, we talked about a malicious campaign that targets South Korean users in the form of malware known as BlackMoon. BlackMoon is a banking Trojan that installs a proxy auto-config file (PAC) on an infected system in order to redirect users’ browsers to phishing pages related to Continue Reading

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