I don’t quite know when, but the Government of Canada seems to have quietly rolled out multi-factor authentication (MFA) on its CRA portal. I expect this happened at sometime within ...
On November 30th, PHP 7.2 went end of life (EOL). When end of life occurs the product becomes no longer supported and quickly can become a security issue when zero days are found and security patches are not delivered. None of Rogue Security customers currently uses this version of PHP so we’ve taken the needed step of uninstalling PHP 7.2 from all of our website hosting servers; after validation we can confidently say that the change was successful.
You can always come back here to find the link to the list of Current PHP Supported Versions, and we’d recommend you also check out Migrating from PHP 7.2.x to PHP 7.3.x. PHP 8.0, the next major release, will be available at Rogue Security on December 18th, 2020.
Here is a complete list of modules that are no longer available.
Over the course of future posts we’ll introduce you to many different aspects of OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project). One of our principle website hosting security features in the OWASP® ModSecurity Core Rule Set (CRS) which is a set of generic attack detection rules for use with ModSecurity or other compatible web application firewalls. So what does this mean? Well, it means that you have the best protection against the top web application attacks known. Now, that’s impressive. Find out more at coreruleset.org.
Written by: Justin Robinson
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todayApril 7, 2021