New On-Demand Webinar: Zimbra and Mailguard Address Critical Email Security & Privacy Questions

By | July 11, 2014
Data privacy and security are major concerns for companies of all sizes and verticals. With the rising number of security breaches and Edward Snowden blowing the whistle on government overreach at the NSA, we have a new awareness of just how exposed our communications are. According to a study by Dell, these security breaches cost US organizations more than $25 billion annually. How much are they costing your company? During Zimbra’s 30-minute on-demand webinar around email security and privacy, we shed light on the three critical questions that both service providers and IT organizations should ask when implementing or upgrading an email system. The webinar also includes a short demo of Zimbra Collaboration showcasing its security and privacy features. Additionally, learn how Zimbra partner, Mailguard, extends Zimbra’s security functionality to provide augmented security and privacy value. Presenters include:… Read more »

Calling All Zimbra Collaboration 8.5 Beta Testers

By | July 9, 2014
The Zimbra Collaboration 8.5 Beta is winding down, and I want to thank everyone who participated and provided feedback. We appreciate your support - it is your input that helps us develop and deliver better software. As an example of this, we received great feedback in the following areas: Exchange Web Services configuration for Outlook for MAC clients A bug found with Android 4.4 devices that prevents mail sync Installation issues on Ubuntu 14.04 A bug that causes the mobile touch client to hang in calendar A bug in HTML5 offline mode that prevents log-ins A bug found with MTA configuration in the Admin Console You can read detailed feedback in our beta forum. If you have not yet downloaded and installed the beta, the latest and final beta release, Beta 3, is now available.… Read more »

Security Advisory: Zimbra Community 8.x Security Vulnerability

By | June 30, 2014
Security is top of mind for everyone here at Zimbra, which is why we want to inform you that our team just discovered a security vulnerability in Zimbra Community 8.0 (formerly Telligent Community and Telligent Enterprise). The vulnerability is relegated to a very specific scenario in which a user within Zimbra Community 8.0 is able to view a user password via a specific API call. Summary: The Zimbra development team has identified a very specific scenario where a user's password in Community 8 is stored insecurely. Affected Versions: 8.… Read more »

Security Advisory on CCS Injection Vulnerability

By | June 9, 2014
On June 5, 2014 the OpenSSL project released a security advisory. CVE-2014-0224 can allow for a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack to be carried out between a vulnerable client and vulnerable server. According to OpenSSL, an attacker using a carefully crafted handshake can force the use of weak keying material in OpenSSL SSL/TLS clients and servers. This can be exploited by a Man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack where the attacker can decrypt and modify traffic from the attacked client and server. The attack can only be performed between a vulnerable client *and* server. OpenSSL clients are vulnerable in all versions of OpenSSL. Servers are only known to be vulnerable in OpenSSL 1.0.… Read more »

Independent Research Firm Recognizes Zimbra as a Leader in Enterprise Social Platforms

By | June 5, 2014
Zimbra was among the select companies that Forrester Research, Inc. invited to participate in its Q2 2014, Forrester Wave™ evaluation, Enterprise Social Platforms. In this evaluation, Zimbra was cited as a Leader. This is the second time that Zimbra (formerly Telligent) has been named a Leader by Forrester for its social suite. “The offering was a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Social Platforms, Q3 2011, under the name Telligent and was rebranded following the acquisition of Zimbra.” The Q2 2014 report evaluated enterprise social platform providers against 65 criteria. In it, Zimbra received the highest possible scores for partners;… Read more »

OSI Licenses for Zimbra Collaboration Open Source Edition

By | June 4, 2014
Today, we announced that Zimbra Collaboration Open Source Edition is moving to Open Source Initiative approved licenses. Specifically, we are moving to the GNU Public License version 2 for the server platform and the Common Public Attribution License version 1 for the web application. We're absolutely excited about this change to usher in a new era of innovation within our open source community. You can view the Zimbra Open Source Edition License and FAQ at Making our source code more accessible to a wide range of developers and community users has been our goal all along. We've made source access easier by enabling support for Git clients using Perforce Git Fusion. We've tweaked our contributor agreement to be more developer friendly.… Read more »