Free Rugby World Cup Streaming Service Can Be a Foul Play

The internet is a great source for information and entertainment. But it is also rife with fraud schemes, scams, misinformation, and other tactics to exploit your personal and financial data. Cybercriminals often focus on high-profile global events to find target victims in hopes of stealing their financial data. These criminals Continue Reading

VMware ESXi Command Injection Vulnerability

Overview VMware is the market leader in cloud infrastructure software, with over 41% market share. The VMware ESXi solution is a bare metal hypervisor that installs directly onto your physical server and partitions it into multiple virtual machines. The FortiGuard Labs team recently discovered a command injection vulnerability in VMware ESXi. This Continue Reading

Try out the 3CX Android BETA app – join our BETA program

Posted on: September 13th, 2019 Τhe latest Android Beta app is picking up steam and with your feedback, keeps adding new features and functionality on the way to release! This beta version bundles new status options, video calling, optimized call and contact handling, improved chat functionality, with a laundry list Continue Reading

Another Local Privilege Escalation (LPE) Vulnerability Using Process Creation Impersonation

Introduction Over the past few months, FortiGuard Labs has been working closely with the Microsoft Security Response Centre (MSRC) to address multiple local privilege escalation (LPE) vulnerabilities that we discovered on the Windows platform. One of the most notable LPE vulnerabilities we reported to MSRC was found on the Windows Continue Reading

Mautic Community Governance Model

The Mautic community continues to grow, and with growth comes a need to develop a governance model to enable and empower volunteers.  We want to encourage the community to take up responsibilities and have a say in the direction of the Mautic Open Source project, while working collaboratively with Acquia. Continue Reading

Simplifying Back to School Security with SD-WAN and SD-Branch

School is back in session with the second busiest retail season of the year, and technology sales—along with digital subscriptions to applications and services—are predicted to show double-digit growth this fall. Students of all ages, from kindergarten to college, are buying iPads and laptops and subscribing to SaaS applications to better Continue Reading

New DNS Options for SIP trunks and much more in Update 3 Alpha!

Posted on: August 9th, 2019 To finish our stream of midsummer updates with a bang, Update 3 Alpha has just been released and… it’s not to be missed! Included among the numerous fixes, updates and improvements are the new built-in DNS and reconnect connectivity controls, just-released Android and iOS apps, Continue Reading

The 5 Business Advantages of SD-WAN

This blog was written in partnership with the IDG Editorial team. Organizations are increasingly embracing digital transformation to keep pace with emerging market trends, fluctuating customer demands, and increased competition. But traditional network architectures weren’t built to handle the workloads and complexities of most digital transformation initiatives. More troubling is Continue Reading

10 Top Features to Look for in an SD-WAN Solution

This blog was written in partnership with the IDG Editorial team. Eager to embrace digital transformation, many organizations are turning to software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) – and it’s easy to understand why. SD-WAN simplifies the management and operation of a WAN, reduces network complexity, increases network visibility, and leverages lower-cost Internet Continue Reading

cPanel, the Hosting Platform of Choice, Announces Partnership with CloudLinux extending support for Linux Systems Based on RHEL 6 and CentOS 6 | cPanel Newsroom

Houston, Texas, July 31, 2019 – cPanel® is excited to announce a partnership with CloudLinux to extend support for systems running Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6 and CentOS 6 by nearly 4 years. Released in 2011, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6 and CentOS 6 have been receiving only security Continue Reading

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