How to succeed with IT startup?

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It’s not a surprise that startups are widespread. Such businesses allow to accomplish ideas and make the product very fast. Thus, startup culture is very attractive for creative people who have a lot of ideas and are eager to accomplish them. Unfortunately, even a great idea is only a part of the complicated process of Read More …

New ransomware MegaCortex detected and prevented

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Our award-winning cybersecurity partner Sophos has identified a new type of ransomware called MegaCortex, which has started attacking businesses in the UK, wider Europe and the United States with some ferocity. Sophos first detected MegaCortex in January, but the ransomware has spiked in recent weeks with two-thirds of all attacks happening in May 2019. Every individual attack targeted enterprise Read More …

Amfphp 1.9 beta – Get it now

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Well I’ve been working on the new version of amfphp for about a week now, and it’s ready for a test-drive. I’ve had the feedback I needed from the alpha, and I am fairly convinced this new version works like a charm. You can download it here. This time it should work with PHP4.

About the new Service Browser

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The new Service Browser rocks. Try it out here if you like. A thing I want to point out is that if you have a fatal error in your service file, it will catch it and not NetConnection.Call.BadVersion on you. That’s because it’s writing and reading its own amf packets and will do some sanity checking (try calling Read More …

About JSON support

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Before people start crying about feature bloat, let me put things in perspective. There are two files in the json directory, totaling 5k. That’s it. Amfphp has had a JSON parser in it since amfphp 1.2 (the PEAR version, for the service browser), so it didn’t need a lot to get it to support JSON.