Thursday, May 28, 2015

Netflix to start encrypting all data streams

It's official…Netflix has decided to put an end to unencrypted streaming once and for all. In a recent interview, the streaming service giant announced that it will once again be encrypting all the connections between their servers and their client base. This bold move isn't just a small update and this isn't the first time Netflix has announced that it will be pursuing this line of action in order to provide the utmost security for their users.
According to Netflix Director of Streaming Standards Mark Watson, Netflix chose a subset of users to test this new tech on, and found that they lost half of their capacity during the trial run. The main cause of these less than stellar results is the fact that HTTPS is not able to utilize certain optimizations that Netflix employs in their streaming.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Comodo Positive vs. Essential SSL: What's the Difference?

Comodo Positive and Comodo Essential SSLs are extremely popular products for customers around the world. Their popularity stems from their low cost and ease of issuance, since both certificates only require that the recipient verify they own the domain they wish to cover. Both options also provide the same level of industry standard encryption, either 128- or 256-bit. So, what exactly sets them apart? Why pay more for an Essential when you could get a Positive? The true difference lies in the site seals.
Site Seals are the brands that customers associate with safe shopping. The more recognized or trusted the site seal is, the more the customer is likely to feel safe and comfortable making a purchase on a website. Site seals are one of the main differentiators when it comes to SSL, since they have a direct effect on conversions.

The image on the left is the Site Seal provided when you purchase a Comodo PositiveSSL. As you can see, the Comodo Positive SSL comes with a branded "Positive" site seal – with the Comodo name barely visible. Many users are not aware of what SSL stands for, nor do they know that Positive SSL is a security service. The fact that ‘secured by Comodo’ is on the seal at the bottom only serves to confuse as the seal isn’t in the Comodo colors, nor does it look or feel like the same company. While companies in the industry understand that a PositiveSSL does provide industry standard encryption, your average consumer is much more trusting of a highly recognized and respected brand like Comodo.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

HTTP2 will mean a change in how we should build websites

HTTP2 will mean a change in how we should build websites. The best practices of HTTP1 are harmful in a HTTP2 world.

HTTP1 is slow and inefficient for the majority of today's use cases on the web.
HTTP1.x is the version of HTTP we are all familiar with. It's an old protocol that was designed before we knew what the world wide web would become. While it does the job, it's just not very efficient at it anymore because what we demand of it is quite a lot more complex than what it was designed for.

To get websites to load in an acceptable time using HTTP1 we have developed a series of techniques; hacks really; to eke performance out of this old protocol. 

They are:

Spriting: taking multiple images, combining them into one image, and using CSS to only show part of that image in a particular place.

Concatenating: Taking multiple CSS or JS files and sticking them into one large file.
Serving assets from a cookie-less domain.

Sharding: creating different domains or sub-domains to host assets like images.

Sunday, February 8, 2015

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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

cPanel, Inc. has released EasyApache 3.28.2 with PHP versions 5.4.37 and 5.5.21.

cPanel, Inc. has released EasyApache 3.28.2 with PHP versions 5.4.37 and 5.5.21. This release addresses vulnerabilities related to CVE-2015-0231, CVE-2014-9427, and CVE-2015-0232 by fixing bug in the Core module, Exif extension, and CGI. We strongly encourage all PHP 5.4 users to upgrade to version 5.4.37 and all PHP 5.5 users to upgrade to version 5.5.21.

All versions of PHP 5.4 through version 5.4.36
All versions of PHP 5.5 through version 5.5.20

The National Vulnerability Database (NIST) has given the following severity ratings to these CVEs:

CVE-2015-0231 - MEDIUM

PHP 5.4.37
Fixed bug in the Core module related to CVE-2015-0231

PHP 5.5.21
Fixed bug in the Core module related to CVE-2015-0231