The Heartbleed Bug: Our Statement and Recommendations

The “Heartbleed bug” (formally named CVE-2014-0160) is a critical security bug discovered in some versions of OpenSSL (a piece of software that provides encryption on a large number of websites throughout the world). This bug can be exploited by hackers to read bits memory from of a protected server. The exposed memory could contain anything...
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Should my Business use DropBox or a Traditional Server?

Businesses today are facing a new challenge when it comes to storing, sharing, and backing up their company files. ¬†Historically, every company’s data was stored on a server, and accessed by workstations in the office. ¬†The server was able to store large volumes of data, centralize the backup responsibility, and share files with advanced permissions...
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