[B] Fixed an issue with calendar caching that lead to wrong results. [X] Protection against CSRF attacks. [X] Database security improvements.
[N] Added calendar filter option within the overview (more Informations). [B] Fixed an issue with calendar item(s) color.
[B] Added missing translation for limited calendar text [B] Fixed an issue with DateTime object PHP syntax
[N] Free / busy support for calendar items [N] Joomla Update Server integration [N] PHP 5.4 is now the minimum supported PHP version [X] Google API Client v2.1.0
With Version 3 of the SNMP Protocol Security comes to SNMP which makes a lot of things smarter but also a bit more complicate to configure. That is why I would like to give a small introduction How-To setup SNMP v3 within this blog article for all Debian and Ubuntu Linux Environments. Installing SNMP (daemon and agent) First at all we need to installing SNMP (daemon and agent) packages on the server: apt-get install snmp snmpd After the successful installation we [...]
Pre requirements MakeCert is a MS certificate creation tool which generates self-singed certificates for testing purpose. We will need the makecert.exe to generate our self-singed certificates. (More Information’s could be found here https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windows/desktop/aa386968.aspx) Test Environment Our Test environment has two servers without a domain that mean we will use a basic Workgroup setup for this HowTo (if the two servers will be part of the domain a replica with SSL setup you could leave out Step 5). Our setup looks [...]
Sometimes there are users on a server that may have installed old PHP scripts with known security gaps this can cause that this PHP scripts will spam senders. Finding these PHP scripts could be very difficult. With the release of of PHP 5.3 they have added new functionality to make it easier to handel the tracking of spammers or exploited web forms. The new functions are affected by settings in the server php.ini, you should have a more detailed look on the [...]
This article describes how we can force a network connection from Microsoft Windows "Network and Sharing Center" that is classified as an “Unidentified Network” to a private network e.g. to solve issues with the firewall rules. The problem is that Windows cannot classify the type of network, often due to there being no default gateway or DNS specified on local network connections. The default solution would be to make it public cause this offers the most restrictive level of network [...]
With Windows Server 2012 you can manage multiple remote servers by using Server Manager. Servers that you may want to manage with the Server Manager can run with Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008. In this article we have a Workgroup (non-domain) environment to which we want to add multiple server via the Server Manager. First of all we look at the current TrustedHosts list to become an overview of all listed [...]
This article describes how we can change the network category from “Public network” to “Private network” with the Windows PowerShell. First let us get a list of all available network profiles on your system. Get-NetConnectionProfile Now let us change the network category to Private, (use the InterfaceIndex number from the selected network profile within the Set command). Set-NetConnectionProfile -InterfaceIndex 17 -NetworkCategory Private