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Linoma Software products are not affected by Heartbleed bug

Posted by on Wednesday, 9 April, 2014

Heartbleed bug graphic from heartbleed.comIf you are a Linoma Software customer using any of our products such as the GoAnywhere suite (Director, Services, Gateway, Open PGP Studio), Crypto Complete, Surveyor/400 or the RPG Toolbox, we are pleased to report that our products are NOT vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug.  

The CVE-2014-0160 exploit, or Heartbleed bug, has made big headlines over the last 48 hours. The Heartbleed bug exploits vulnerabilities in the popular OpenSSL server software potentially allowing the memory of SSL/TLS encrypted systems to be compromised. The bug essentially allows access to the memory of the SSL/TLS protected systems and attackers can potentially steal and read formerly encrypted information such as usernames and passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive data.  To learn more about the Heartbleed bug please visit Heartbleed.com.  Additional resources allow you to check and see if your website or server is affected by the Heartbleed bug:  Heartbleed Test and LastPass Heartbleed Checker.

GoAnywhere Suite (Director, Services, Gateway, Open PGP Studio)
GoAnywhere does not use native libraries for SSL/TLS and relies on the JSSE libraries of the JVM that GoAnywhere is running on. This exploit does not exist in the JSSE implementation of SSL/TLS.  While Tomcat does, however, have the ability to utilize native SSL/TLS capabilities for its HTTP/S connections with the APR Connectors, GoAnywhere does not employ this functionality.
GoAnywhere Secure File Transfer mobile apps:
For Apple devices: The GoAnywhere Apple app uses the Secure Transport implementation of SSL/TLS and is not affected by Heartbleed.
For Android devices:  The GoAnywhere Android app uses the JSSE implementation of SSL/TLS and is not affected by Heartbleed.

Surveyor/400:
Surveyor/400 does not use native libraries for SSL/TLS and relies on the JSSE libraries of the JVM that Surveyor/400 is running on. This exploit does not exist in the JSSE implementation of SSL/TLS.

Crypto Complete:
Crypto Complete does not use SSL/TLS for Field or Backup encryption and is not affected by Heartbleed.

RPG Toolbox:  Our RPG toolbox does not use any encryption and is not affected by Heartbleed. 

Linoma Posts Another Year of Record Growth

Posted by on Friday, 19 April, 2013

We’ve had lots of reasons to celebrate lately at Linoma Software, and here are just a few.

Sales Are Soaring

GoAnywhere, Crypto Complete, Surveyor 400, RPG ToolboxThanks in no small part to having well designed and executed products and a superior support team, our enthusiastic sales team spent 2012 shattering sales records, and have already topped themselves in the first quarter of 2013.  We’ve been able to help customers from virtually every industry, including healthcare, finance and banking, insurance, manufacturing, education, retail, and government, and as we hear back from them about how GoAnywhere or Crypto Complete or Surveyor or RPG Toolbox has made their lives easier and their data more secure, we can share their stories with others seeking an affordable, enterprise-level solution.

Trade Show Season Is In Full Swing

We’ve already met lots of new people — and reconnected with old friends — at the RPG Summit, RSA Conference, COMMON, and InfoSec in Orlando, and this weekend we’re exhibiting with HANDD Business Solutions, one of our partners in the UK, at InfoSec Europe.  Then, we’re first-time exhibitors at the FOSE government conference in Washington D.C. in May and then we’re back in Europe for the COMMON-Europe conference in June.

We’ve Launched a New Website

If you haven’t visited our new GoAnywhere.com website yet, you should check it out.  Our team worked very hard to redesign not only the look and feel, but also the navigation to make it easier for visitors to find what they need.  We hope you’ll take a look and let us know what you think.

GoAnywhere OpenPGP Studio is Now Available

Last month we published a free desktop tool that can encrypt and decrypt files using OpenPGP encryption.  It’s a great solution for those who need to occasionally encrypt files, and OpenPGP Studio also helps organize and manage keys.  You can download OpenPGP Studio for free here.

We’ve also added some new faces to our team and are working on some pretty cool software enhancements as well as our first mobile app, which should be available very soon.

As always, we welcome your ideas and your feedback, and if you’ve got a great story to share about how one of our products has helped you work more efficiently or kept your data better protected, let us know. We’d love to hear it!

 

 

Susan Baird

Susan is the Marketing Manager at Linoma Software, helping promote our secure file transfer and encryption solutions. Her specialty is content creation and social media marketing, and you can find out more about her by viewing her LinkedIn profile.

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Linoma Software Celebrates Growth in 2011

Posted by on Monday, 6 February, 2012

As we kick off 2012 with several major product enhancements we’ll be publicizing soon, I’d also like to take a minute to reflect on the record year Linoma Software had in 2011, with over 40% growth in new business.


Bob Luebbe Chief Architect at Linoma Software

Bob recently presented at several East Coast Users Groups, including here at the Long Island System Users Group.

Many factors contributed to our banner performance.  For one, meeting compliance requirements for data privacy and security is a huge issue for most organizations, so we have been working hard to help meet these challenges.

We have made significant R&D investments over the past 12 months in our products, including major enhancements to our GoAnywhere™ managed file transfer solutions, as well as new features for our Crypto Complete™ encryption product.

We also gained many new customers outside of the United States as we have partnered with several new international resellers for our products, and seen increased sales performance from our established distributors.  Data security is a worldwide challenge that has no borders.

Another factor in our growth has to do with the openness of our GoAnywhere products, which allows them to run on a variety of platforms including IBM i, Windows, Linux, Solaris and AIX.  This gives our customers a choice on the operating system environment that best meets their needs.

For a more detailed announcement about Linoma Software’s sales growth in 2011, you can read our press release.

We’ve enjoyed talking with many of you over the last year.  If you are coming to any of the trade shows that we’ll be exhibiting at this year, please stop by and say hello.  Otherwise, give us a call or email if you have any questions or comments about our solutions.

We sincerely appreciate the support of our loyal customers and look forward to working with you this year. If you’re not yet a customer, we hope to talk with you soon about how we can help you solve any data automation or security challenges in 2012.

We’re ramping up our activity on various social networks, so we also hope you’ll connect with us there.

Linoma wishes you a successful 2012!

COMMON 2010 – 50th Anniversary

Posted by on Monday, 10 May, 2010

Linoma Software was happy to be part of COMMON’s 50th Anniversary Conference. Linoma has been attending COMMON for 14 years and was happy to see many familiar faces. The weather in Orlando was beautiful and the conference was well-attended. For those of you unfamiliar with COMMON, it is the world’s largest community of IBM midrange users providing information, education, and networking among users, IBM, and related third-party solution providers. Linoma continues to develop its well-known IBM i products as well as broaden its scope by enhancing products such as GoAnywhere and Crypto Complete.

During the show, Linoma provided demos as well as conducted a survey. According to our results, 44.1% of companies are storing personal identifiable info (e.g. SSNOs, birth dates) “in the clear,” 25% are sending sensitive data unencrypted over the internet, and 48.8% of the companies interviewed are sending unencrypted backups off site. If your company is among the percentage who is not securing sensitive data be sure to contact us at info@linoma.com and we can evaluate which product would most suit your industry needs.

In case you missed it, Debby Gaffney of Fidelity International, was the winner of our prize give-away…an iPAD! Linoma will be attending COMMON, October 4-6, 2010 in San Antonio Texas. We hope to see you there!

Visit Linoma’s facebook page to see photos of the conference.

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