July 08, 2014by Robert Cowham, Senior Consultant at Perforce SoftwarePosted In:
July 02, 2014by Tulin Green, European Marketing Manager at Perforce Software
Game developers in Europe are gearing up for a summer of networking and education as preparations for two of the largest shows in the industry get ready to open their doors: namely Develop in the UK and GDC in Germany. One of the additional highlights of this season is the Develop Industry Excellence Awards Evening, the biggest awards ceremony on the European game development sector’s calendar.
June 30, 2014by Ivana Gaspic, Public Relations Manager at Perforce Software
We’ve never ceased to be amazed by what our customers do and how they leverage our technology. To acknowledge the bravest and the baddest versioning there is, we created the Perforce Versionary Awards.Posted In:
June 26, 2014by Bob Dever, Senior Director of Corporate Marketing at Perforce
June 24, 2014by Doug Olson, Senior Director of Technical Support at Perforce Software
Earlier this month, OpenSSL released a security advisory about the SSL/TLS MITM vulnerability. This Man in the Middle vulnerability affects OpenSSL before 0.9.8za, 1.0.0 before 1.0.0m, and 1.0.1 before 1.0.1h. In a nutshell, it means that eavesdropping attackers have the opportunity to intercept data between a client and a server during the handshake that establishes secure connections. This vulnerability is a follow-on to last month’s Heartbleed issue.
In case you’ve missed our recent patch notifications, I wanted to let our customers know that we have patched the Perforce server versions 2012.1 to 2014.1 by linking in OpenSSL version 1.0.1h. Due to the nature of MITM vulnerabilities, there is no need to also patch Perforce clients.Posted In:
June 20, 2014by Geoff Nicol, Technical Architect at Perforce Software