"Bleeding heart", one of the largest discovered security flaw

on April 7, 2014, a security vulnerability was published about the servers using OpenSSL. This flaw was discovered by and a computer scientist of Google. Some scholars recognize as being the most important flaw discovered since SQL injection.

you will find the details of the vulnerability at the following address:

Good advice from Thursday: think of the security certificate.

Between flights of identities, numbers of credit card and other unauthorised access of computer data, securing an internet site appears essential.

True web security technology, the SSL certificate is essential to secure sensitive data on the Internet. Several security features such as the "seal of authentication", "lock" or "green bar" prove that the site is protected from the potential dangers of piracy. Thus, users can easily sort between trusted sites and those more risky.

Parallels Plesk Panel - update security - Ikoula

Last February, we had contacted you about a significant fault of the Parallels Plesk Panel tool.
Various updates allowed to correct this flaw (callback: However, certain Plesk have corrupted before and/or despite the application of patches. They still may contain malware.

This is why Parallels, editor of the solution, today released a micro-update to help you to remove this malware.
You can find the list of the versions of the Plesk panel concerned by this micro-update at
This update includes a removal script that targets and neutralizes the known malware affecting Plesk. It is recommended that you apply this micro-update.