- bug fix 16388 : All Serverplus AppUsers that starts with ‘spmultiisp’ are now able to login using the new g5 server.
- bug fix 16394 : End time and end date now displays correctly in the signup server.
Archives for April 2014
- bug fix 16388 : Software does not crash anymore when loading to approximately 16,000 to 20,000 subscribers.
- bug fix 16397 : STEM Settings now refreshes as expected with the correct updated values.
- bug fix 16088 : Package Description now limits to 512 characters and the quotation marks copied from Office Word now is not shown as weird symbols in the textarea.
- bug fix 16373 : NullPointerExceptions for empty tax and paid thru date will not occur anymore.
- bug fix 16370 : Basis for sorting of packages now have the following levels: active first, username, service number (all are arranged alphabetically per category/service).
- bug fix 16376 : Email addresses in the CC field of triggered templates can now receive the triggered emails when the event is triggered.
- bug fix 16331 : Add Package window now has the following modifications: allows the selection of both the Billing Email and Other field, Other field containing ISP Contact email and Billing Contact email options, and multiple emails support in the Other field.
- bug fix 16316 : New app user right has been added: Merchant Processing Optional. When unchecked, Process Payment Now checkbox is checked and uneditable, by default. Otherwise, Process Payment Now checkbox will have the default options same as before the fix was implemented (checkbox will be editable and options will show).
By now you may have read about an extremely widespread issue affecting nearly every SSL (encrypted) site on the planet. This bug has affected most financial institutions, Google, Yahoo, Amazon, etc (the list goes on).
CNN Heartbleed Coverage and more coverage
Official Heartbleed Website
VISP.NET engineers monitor security lists to keep informed of any threats to the industry and the moment this vulnerability was made public our engineers immediately went to work to verify the integrity of our websites and your data. We are pleased to inform you that even though this bug is wide-spread, our engineers have confirmed the bug is not present within most VISP systems and your sensitive data is safe. The few systems that had affected versions of openssl were immediately patched by our engineers on day zero to mitigate any possible threats. VISP takes extraordinary measures to protect your data. In addition to SSL encryption, VISP deploys a secondary level of encryption which was not affected by this bug to safeguard your most sensitive data.
Following the advice of many industry professionals, we would recommend to use caution when entering any private information (including usernames and passwords) on any websites that have not already confirmed that they have patched their system to prevent this vulnerability or were not affected. For any websites which were affected, it would be wise to change your password for those services. It’s always a terrific idea to use a different password for each online service you utilize.
For more information, here is an excellent article at CNET giving advice on how to protect yourself from this bug. It provides good information you may wish to pass along to your subscribers.
Mcafee has a very simple online test HERE to see if a website is currently vulnerable to the heartbleed bug. This site gives a simple yes or no answer which is ideal for subscribers who are interested.
- bug fix 16277 : Updated on live database all customer’s current invoice end term to correct dates and recalculate the rate for each item if needed.
- bug fix 16307, 16163 : Current invoice is now the basis for paid thru date.
- bug fix 16292 : Invoice Message fix: If more than 500 characters or 4 lines, save button will be disabled.
- bug fix 16280 : Mass Email Manager fixes: Copy pasting no longer adds a new line, Component no longer clears on fields with *, Crash no longer reachable.
- 16244, 16142, 16304 : Transferred ebill processing in G5 instead of CSM server.
- 16313 : When new package is added on the first of the month and within the term, current end term will be followed.