As if Heartbleed and POODLE weren’t enough, we’ve all been made aware of a new security vulnerability called VENOM (Virtualized Environment Neglected Operations Manipulation). VENOM is a security vulnerability that allows a hacker to take over a datacenter from within.
The VENOM vulnerability is found in a legacy component in commonly-used virtualization software . . . → Continue reading VENOM – Were you Snake-Bitten?
Two product updates in one day? No problem, say the dev teams at eFolder.
On Monday, we released both Cloudfinder v1.37 and Anchor v2.3.1 to the public, and are happy to report that both updates will empower admins.
The two feature highlights from this update are:
Administrators can now add and . . . → Continue reading Double Feature: Cloudfinder & Anchor Updates
What are the key differences between AES 256-bit encryption and 448-bit Blowfish encryption and which solution should you use to encrypt your data? . . . → Continue reading Cracking the code – AES 256-bit or 448-bit Blowfish?
It took less than a week after the iPhone 6 launch for a security researcher to hack Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor. On the bright side, Marc Rogers of Lookout, the man behind the hasty hack noted that the process is so complicated that most hackers wouldn’t bother going through with it. . . . → Continue reading Is Touch Technology Making Data Safer?
The online community was recently taken by surprise at the announcement of an OpenSSL vulnerability, now popularly referred to as Heartbleed. This was a major blow to secure online communications, since approximately two thirds of companies on the internet use OpenSSL. You can learn more about the exploit by . . . → Continue reading OpenSSL Heartbleed Update from eFolder
We are excited to announce the release of eFolder version 3.5.1. This new release includes 2 new service offerings (email archiving and local-only backup), 31 new features, and over 90 other product enhancements. . . . → Continue reading eFolder Version 3.5.1 Now Available