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regify e-mail remains secure while PGP and S/MIME have become vulnerable

Friday, May 25th, 2018

German IT researchers have detected fundamental vulnerabilities in the two common e-mail encryption methods – PGP and S/MIME – that may give attackers access to secret messages. regify security technology is not affected. “We do not use PGP and S/MIME encryption methods and, for security reasons and for ease of use, we use methods that […]

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Heartbleed Bug – Masterepay Not Affected

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

To our customers: You will have heard in the news about the Heartbleed vulnerability problem in the OpenSSL library. This library is used by many web servers to secure https communications. It is called the TSL Heartbeat Extension, hence Heartbleed as a pun. It attacks the Hearbeat system used in SSL. It is what is […]

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Cybercrime: Keeping your Payslip Details Safe

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

Push or Pull E-Payslips? With all the media coverage on cyber crime, it is now more important than ever to make sure you make the right decisions online and protect yourself from identity fraud, with around 1 in 8 people now being victims of the crime. Payslips contain a lot of sensitive information, so if […]

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What affect could the Royal Mail privatisation have on your business?

Friday, July 19th, 2013

The answer is a big and disruptive affect. In the run up to the privatisation there is a high likelihood of strike action against the move, thus causing mail disruption to businesses all over the UK. After privatisation has taken place it is thought that prices may rise and usual routes of delivery could be […]

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