Category Archives: security
We are receiving many questions about the recent cyberattack that affected some Kaseya customers on July 2, 2021. We fully understand your concern and realize that with every incident like this, the importance of cybersecurity comes to the fore. We … Continue reading
You’re an IT supporter and you’re using remote desktop software to offer remote support to your customers. Use the below checklist to see how secure is the remote desktop tool you use. Is it secure like a fort or should … Continue reading
These days, our Server License users are receiving automatic system messages from their ISL Conference Proxy servers: “Authenticode will expire on 2018-01-29”. What should Server License users do about this? All system administrators who manage the ISL Online Server License … Continue reading
Security is the key criterion on a checklist for anyone looking for remote desktop software. Before you start using a new remote desktop tool, introducing it to your company and clients, you want to make sure that it’s secure like … Continue reading
Our latest release featuring two-factor authentication function is ISL Light 4.4 for iOS. You can download the remote desktop mobile app from the App Store. Two-factor authentication for ISL Light iOS is automatically enabled once you turn on 2FA in … Continue reading
Hosted service users, our latest release features two-factor authentication, which you can now enable in your ISL Online account and double protect it.
We are proud to announce the release of ISL Conference Proxy 4.4.1721.9 for Windows and Linux. In the long list of improvements and new features, I would like to point out the one that is really worth considering if you’re … Continue reading
This week, our Server License users are receiving automatic system messages from their ISL Conference Proxy servers: “Authenticode will expire on 2016-08-20”. What Server License users should do about this? There is absolutely no urgency to handle this and it, … Continue reading
The latest events tied to two widely used remote access software programs left us with uncertainty (TeamViewer, VNC), however, since the ransomware attacks proposed safety doubts related to remote access software in general, here are a few frequently answered questions … Continue reading
A new Internet security threat has been announced this week. A vulnerability in SSLv2 can be used to attack/decrypt TLS connections, when SSLv2 is enabled on the server. You are welcome to read more about it here: – The DROWN … Continue reading
It has been another interesting week from the security perspective, since most administrators have been busy in the past few days patching the latest vulnerability marked as CVE-2015-7547. It is a buffer overflow in the getaddrinfo() function which is a … Continue reading
IMPORTANT: Server License users need to upgrade their ISL Conference Proxy to 4.2.0 or later to avoid Windows blocking ISL Online applications on Windows 7 and higher due to Microsoft SHA-1 deprecation policy.
Within a year, we’ve witnessed three massive security vulnerabilities. From Heartbleed, the Bash bug, to the Poodle attack; luckily, none of these has caused any problems to ISL Online remote desktop users. Today, a new security release, ISL Conference Proxy … Continue reading
Tweet this: @ISL_Online update tightens remote access security as it’s based on three external audits and penetration tests http://goo.gl/lKwHaa. In the battle to keep your personal information private, it’s not just hackers, there is also insider misuse and human errors … Continue reading
Tweet this: These main #security criteria will help you re-examine how secure your #remoteaccess software is http://goo.gl/Tzuy2h As 90.1% of IT organisations are using remote control tools, the big question here is whether the selected remote desktop control tool ensures … Continue reading