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Imminent: Non-HTTPS Sites Labeled “Not Secure” by Chrome
Posted by Lee Blakely on 17 January 2017 05:45 PM

In the next few weeks, Chrome version 56 will be released. This release will continue the process of pushing users to HTTPS by labelling sites and form fields as non-secure in certian cases. This is an important change that all site owners should be aware of. WordFence has a greate article on the subject:

If you need assistance adding SSL/HTTPS to you website please open a support ticket.

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Magento - Zend Framework Vulnerability
Posted by Lee Blakely on 14 January 2017 08:59 PM

The Magento Team has released the following accouncement about an serious vulnerability:

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Adjust Mail Settings to Protect Your Sites
A new vulnerability has been found in a Zend Framework 1 and 2 email component . The component is used by all Magento 1 and Magento 2 software and other PHP solutions. This vulnerability is serious and can lead to a remote code execution attack if your servers use Sendmail as a mail transport agent. 

Review our Magento Security Center posting to learn how you can protect your sites from this vulnerability. Until patches are available in the next several weeks, we recommend you immediately update your mail settings. 

Please note that we’ve checked all Enterprise Cloud Edition sites and they are not affected by this issue. 

Thank you for your immediate attention to this matter. 

Best regards,
The Magento Team
© Magento 2017

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8 Vulnerabilities Fixed in WordPress 4.7.1 Release
Posted by Lee Blakely on 13 January 2017 05:50 PM

WordPress 4.7.1 was released on Wednesday, fixing 8 security vulnerabilitie. Your site should have been automatically updated by now if you have a default WordPress configuration. If your site has not been updated, we recommend that you upgrade at your earliest convenience.

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Gmail Phishing Thread
Posted by Lee Blakely on 12 January 2017 06:01 PM

All customers should be aware of a new phishing attack against Gmail and other services. This attack is highly effective and it fooling even experienced technical users. Here's a detailed article from WordFence on the issue:

Wide Impact: Highly Effective Gmail Phishing Technique Being Exploited

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Price Changes
Posted by Lee Blakely on 07 January 2017 05:16 PM

Due to evolving market conditions and our ongoing commitment to providing a top quality of service, the following changes in pricing will take place immediately.

ServicePrevious PriceNew Price
Domain Registration - .com $19.99 $24.99
Domain Registration - .biz $24.99 $29.99
Domain Registration - .edu $17.99 $22.99 
Domain Registration - .info $24.99 $29.99 
Domain Registration - .net  $21.99 $26.99
Domain Registration - .org $21.99  $26.99 
Domain Registration - .us $19.99  $24.99 
Consulting Services $85.00 $100.00


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