CentOS Web Panel News

How to Setup remote SMTP server as relay – Control WebPanel Wiki

Sending an outgoing email through a 3rd party SMTP relay service is a quick and easy alternative to setting up a full-fledged local email server. Open /etc/postfix/main.cf and add the remote mail server hostname to end of the file: relayhost = [remote.server.com] If the remote system uses a different port Continue Reading

A Deep Dive into the Emotet Malware

Emotet is a trojan that is primarily spread through spam emails. During its lifecycle, it has gone through a few iterations. Early versions were delivered as a malicious JavaScript file. Later versions evolved to use macro-enabled Office documents to retrieve a malicious payload from a C2 server. FortiGuard Labs has Continue Reading

Not Today, Scammer!

A brief glance through my Spam folder in MDaemon Webmail today reminded me of the need for on-going education on the topic of phishing and Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams. Because businesses have already lost millions of dollars to these scams and continue to fall victim every day, it bears Continue Reading

CentOS News

NFV SIG Quarterly Report – Blog.CentOS.org

NFV SIG Quarterly Report through May 1st, 2019 Purpose The CentOS NFV  SIG exists to support Network Function Virtualization (NFV) in CentOS. Specifically, the idea is to be a vehicle to provide packages for implementers of software networks on the CentOS platform. Membership Update In this reporting period, we have Continue Reading

Facebook expands support for Let’s Encrypt – Let’s Encrypt

We’re excited that Facebook is supporting our work through a three-year Platinum sponsorship! We asked them to share their thoughts on HTTPS adoption here. Please join us in thanking Facebook for their support of Let’s Encrypt and our mission to encrypt the Web! – Josh Aas, Executive Director, ISRG / 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

CentOS News

CentOS NFV SIG Quarterly Report – Blog.CentOS.org

NFV SIG Quarterly Report through February 1st, 2019 Purpose The CentOS NFV  SIG exists to support Network Function Virtualization (NFV) in CentOS. Specifically, the idea is to be a vehicle to provide packages for implementers of software networks on the CentOS platform. Membership Update In this reporting period, we have Continue Reading

CentOS News

Promo SIG quarterly report, February 2019 – Blog.CentOS.org

As per the SIG reporting guide, the Promo SIG offers its quarterly report for the period from Nov 1, 2018 through Feb 1, 2019 Purpose The CentOS Promotion SIG exists to provide promotion, and consistent messaging, of CentOS, both at physical events and online. Membership Update In the reporting period, Continue Reading

We Have Seen the Enemy, and It Is Us

The job of the CSO and staff never stops. The security lifecycle requires constant attention through monitoring and analysis, responding to threats, and improving policies and protocols. Activities like patch and replace are Security 101. The trick is to always stay one step ahead of cybercriminals who are relentlessly targeting Continue Reading

Adding Web Application Firewalls to your Security Strategy

The volume of application traffic passing through our networks continues to escalate. For example, just mobile traffic alone is expected to grow 39 times by 2021, to about 587 Exabytes. That equates to roughly 130 trillion images, or about 13 trillion YouTube clips. Which doesn’t really help. Numbers at that scale Continue Reading

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