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July 2016 -  5 Days left to get free Windows 10 Upgrade
If you have A windows 7 machine, you can do the upgrade and then roll-back to Windows 7.

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May 2016 -  Protect Wordpress sites on Klebos servers
Wordpress is popular, justifiably so, but this makes it a target too.

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April 2016 -  All Windows machines now on Windows 10
Klebos has now migrated from Windows 7

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February 2016 -  Windows 10 Migration
All but one Klebos machines now running Windows 10

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December 2015 -  Browsium allows IE6 apps to still run
Browsium is still in business: it does a plug-in allowing users to still run webpages designed for IE6 in a modern browser.

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March 2015 -  Now available for order: .wales and .cymru domains
New domains for Welsh companies and organisations.


December 2014 -  Containers and Docker
Don't migrate to Docker just yet

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May 2014 -  Tor anonymiser now at v1.0
Secure and private live OS now available.

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April 2014 -  Heartbleed
Klebos hosting systems are free of the Heartbleed loophole.

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February 2014 -  Klebos does not use XP
Just to reassure our clients: Klebos does not use Windows XP for any work involving customer data or login credentials.

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January 2014 -  FORTRAN still runs
Yes, we are doing some unpaid work using the gnu g77 compiler.

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December 2013 -  FTP is vulnerable
Back in September 2012 we said that FTP was insecure and only used by software-challenged graphics designers. Now the BBC has got hacked by this route.

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