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cPanel & WHM Version 80 Now EOL

With last week’s move to STABLE for Version 82, cPanel & WHM Version 80 has reached End of Life. This version will now only be supported by cPanel when upgrading to a supported version.

In accordance with our EOL policy, Version 80 will continue to function on servers where it is already installed. The last release of cPanel & WHM Version 80, 80.0.24, will remain on our mirrors indefinitely. However, no further updates, including fixes for known security flaws, will be provided for Version 80. Older releases of cPanel & WHM will be removed from our mirrors.

We recommend that all customers upgrade any existing installations of cPanel & WHM Version 80 to the most recent version of cPanel & WHM Version 82, which you can read about on https://releases.cpanel.net.

If your server setup complicates the process of upgrading to a supported version of cPanel & WHM (an upgrade blocker list is available at https://go.cpanel.net/blockers), then cPanel is here to help. Simply open a support ticket at https://tickets.cpanel.net/submit so that our knowledgable support team can provide recommendations, upgrade assistance, and more.


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29

JomSocial Themes updated for bug fixes!

Learn about new releases, tips & tricks

Written by iTeamPublished on 29 August 2019Hits: 39

last week we released Joomla social community extension - JomSocial 4.7.4 for new social login: Twitter and LinkedIn Login integration, new 1500+ Emoji, improvements and bug fixes.

Today we are releasing JomSocial themes updated for latest features style improvements ad bug fixes.

Here is list of themes updated:

JS Column ThemeJS Shadow ThemeJS Flat ThemeJS Kikiriki Theme

JS Column Theme

JS Column Theme - Version 1.1.1

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AUG
27

Windows 10: We're now gearing up for 1909 with new throttled release, says Microsoft

Microsoft's plan to split Windows 10 from shell is happening Windows 10 preview shows signs of Windows OS separating from the shell in line with Microsoft's modular plans.

Microsoft has released a new preview of Windows 10 version 1909 from the 19H2 branch, but the update is more about testing how it releases Windows 10 than delivering new features. 

The latest preview of Windows 10 19H2 is part of Microsoft's new approach to improving feature updates after the problems encountered during the delayed Windows 10 1809 release

The company in July revealed plans to roll out future September-targeted Windows 10 releases more like a monthly update, in this case for devices already on the current May 2019 Update. 

SEE: 20 pro tips to make Windows 10 work the way you want (free PDF)

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AUG
22

We tested popular cellphones for radiofrequency radiation. Now the FCC is investigating.

The Apple iPhone 7 was set to operate at full power and secured below a tub of clear liquid, specially formulated to simulate human tissue.

With the push of a button, a robotic arm swung into action, sending a pencil-thin probe dipping into the tub. For 18 minutes, it repeatedly measured the amount …

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AUG
22

Google proposes new privacy and anti-fingerprinting controls for the web

Google today announced a new long-term initiative that, if fully realized, will make it harder for online marketers and advertisers to track you across the web. This new proposal follows the company’s plans to change how cookies in Chrome work and to make it easier for users to block tracking cookies.

Today’s proposal for a new open standard extends this by looking at how Chrome can close the loopholes that the digital advertising ecosystem can use to circumvent that. And soon, that may mean that your browser will feature new options that give you more control over how much you share without losing your anonymity.

Over the course of the last few months, Google started talking about a “Privacy Sandbox,” which would allow for a certain degree of personalization while still protecting a user’s privacy.

“We have a great reputation on security. […] I feel the way we earned that reputation was by really moving the web forward,” Justin Schuh, Google’s engineering director for Chrome security and privacy told me. “We provide a lot of benefits, worked on a lot of different fronts. What we’re trying to do today is basically do the same thing for privacy: have the same kind of big, bold vision for how we think privacy should work on the web, how we should make browsers and the web more private by default.”

Here is the technical side of what Google is proposing today: To prevent the kind of fingerprinting that makes your machine uniquely identifiable as yours, Google is proposing the idea of a privacy budget. With this, a browser could allow websites to make enough API calls to get enough information about you to group your into a larger cohort but not to the point where you give up your anonymity. Once a site has exhausted this budget, the browser stops responding to any further calls.

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