Yesterday researchers from the Vrije Universiteit van Amsterdan and the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven published a new vulnerability named Flip Feng Shui. This attack tries to get SSH keys from virtual servers in the Cloud by using the Row hammer vulnerability. Big words that sound scary. But are they? Is this the end of the Cloud? Time for an deep dive.
But first and foremost, our systems are safe and not vulnerable for this vulnerability. Read on to find out why we are not vulnerable.
Joomla is one of the most popular frameworks for building websites. One of the characteristics of Joomla is that it can work with a number of older versions of PHP, which unfortunately comes with a risk.
Recently we released a new version of our OpenStack controlpanel Skyline with an interesting new feature: the abillity to manage Affinity Groups. In this article we'll show you what affinity groups are, what you can do with them and of course how to set them up with Skyline.
European internet users have gotten into big trouble as of Tuesday, October 6th. Their personal data can no longer be blindly stored on American servers, or clouds. A large part of the popular internet is currently hosted on American clouds like Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, or Google.
From july 29th forward, CloudVPS have changed their configurations for new VPS instances on our traditional Xen and Hyper-V platform. This means that you can get double the hard disk space with the VPS products ranging from VPS1 to VPS4 inclusive, at the same price level as before. We have also upgraded our CPUs from 2.6 to 3.2GHz.
Information security plays a critical role within CloudVPS: The security and protection of both your and our data is central to our mission. One measure that can be helpful to such a policy is the adoption of ISO27001, a standard in the same area of security.
A new version of the standard was published in September, 2013. This updated version simplified a number of its elements, and improved on its overall structure.
CloudVPS is continuously working on developing new services. A great functionality gap on our current Hyper-V platform is the possibility of snapshots. After an extensive search, we have finally settled on a candidate that can fill this gap. At the moment we are testing internally with Veeam on our platform.
We are happy to announce the immediate availability of the next Fedora Base Cloud and Fedora Atomic Cloud image in our OpenStack Unsupported image section. The Fedora 22 release has a number of interesting updates and a major change under the hood