Learn how to protect NGINX and NGINX Plus from the recent NGINX POODLE attack (CVE-2014-3566) against SSLv3
Get details about NGINX and the CVE-2014-6271 Bash advisory. Find out if you are running on an affected host system, and upgrade bash if necessary
Learn why NGINX continues to consolidate its position as the leading website and application delivery platform, now at over 40% of the world's busiest sites
Learn about the great new features in NGINX Plus Release 4 (R4), a fully tested release of the NGINX Plus web server and load balancer from NGINX, Inc.
Learn how new products, annual subscriptions, and reduced pricing make NGINX Plus the perfect HTTP load balancer for AWS
Activate a trial of NGINX Plus at the AWS Marketplace and receive a $100 Promotional Credit from AWS
Learn why millions of websites use NGINX in front of their infrastructure – of the 10,000 busiest, more use NGINX than any other web server
The OpenSSL project announced fixes to 7 security vulnerabilities on 5 June 2014. An update to OpenSSL is generally sufficient to address this.
NGINX 1.6 and 1.7 are the current 'stable' and 'mainline' versions of NGINX. This article explains the NGINX versioning and release standards.
Over 146 million of the websites surveyed by Netcraft were using NGINX, an increase of 3 million since their reported results last month