All Posts by Abram P

About the Author

Abram Pousada is one of the passionate Software Engineers with He started his career with when he was in high-school and has been with the company for over a decade. After-hours, the self-proclaimed geek enjoys a variety of engaging hobbies ranging from even more programming to video games and mountain biking.

Jun 11

Important Security Update: TLS 1.0 Disablement

By Abram P | General

​​Industry standards now require increased security in encryption protocols to keep data safe.   We are legally-obligated to comply ​with these increased security requirements, and doing so requires changes to our hosting infrastructure​.   ​We applied ​security updates for most of our hosted websites on Monday, ​16 July 2018​.​​UPDATE:  ​We will be ​enforcing security updates for […]

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Apr 23

Licensing Plug-ins for Other Applications: 5 Tips

By Abram P | General Licensing Tips

Many commercial applications allow third-party developers to add new and/or enhanced functionality to them through modules called “add-ins” or “plug-ins.” Since these modules are not standalone applications, and instead they are loaded by the vendor’s application, they often present some unique challenges and options for licensing. The way add-ins or plug-ins (we’ll use plug-ins from here on) […]

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Mar 07

How to Protect a Web Application with Licensing Controls

By Abram P | General Licensing Tips

Web applications are technically different from traditional, desktop applications, in several ways. Consequently, they come with some unique challenges and options for licensing. The first challenge with licensing a web application is determining its license model. In addition to the many license models that apply to all applications, web applications can also have licenses limited […]

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Oct 21

What WOW64 means to you and your applications

By Abram P | Support Articles

With each new release of Microsoft’s Windows operating system, we observe an increase in questions about how Windows organizes its file system and registry, and how it may limit access to certain areas of each. This pattern has persisted through the recent release of Windows 10, which gives us a great opportunity to offer some […]

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