If you run a Nessus scan (or similar software) against a Domino HTTP Server you might get the following result:

- SSL Weak Cipher Suites Supported

- SSL/TLS Protocol Initialization Vector Implementation Information Disclosure Vulnerability (so called 'BEAST Secure Socket Layer (SSL) 3.0 exploit')

Fixing this "issue" (= disable the affected cipher) is quite easy: {readmorelink}[...]{/readmorelink}

You need to update a certificate in your Lotus Domino keyring (*.kyr) but you lost the keyring password. Is there a way to recover it?

BM Lotus announces the release of Notes/Domino 8.5.2 Fix Pack 3, a scheduled Fix Pack of a limited number of low-risk, high-impact fixes to help customers safely avoid known issues. {readmorelink}[...]{/readmorelink}

RIM Released the BES 5.0 Service Pack 3 Maintenance Release 3 {readmorelink}[...]{/readmorelink}


On Friday, IBM released an updated 8.5.2 version of Notes Traveler server, with serviceability updates and one new feature -- partial wipe. This is:

By popular demand, the Lotus Notes Traveler team has added a data only wipe option for Apple devices in the and later releases. Previously, the only option for wipe of an Apple device was a full hard reset of the device. Many Administrators are not comfortable with hard resting a device that has been purchased by the end user. This feature will allow an Administrator or the end user to remove the Lotus Traveler data without hard resetting the device. As with a full wipe, the device will be denied access to the Lotus Traveler server until explicitly allowed.

The remainder of Notes Traveler is documented in the product wiki here.