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Its business as usual, but from a new home! Exciting things are happening at Tickbox and we wanted to share the news with you.
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Google Chrome (and similarly FireFox) is deprecating support for SHA-1 before the year is out. So the time to check and upgrade is paramount. All SHA-1 support will be removed by the end of 2016. Your site will continue to be served, but with that unruly error: "Your website is not trusted.".
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No you read that right. DirtyCow - or copy-on-write for those inclined - is the latest hidden vulnerability to hit unprotected servers and in some cases Linux driven smartphones.