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Important: Email issues with iPad and iPhone

What's New

We have become aware of an issue affecting the new iPhone and iPad which prevents some users from retreiving their WTC email. If you're experiencing this issue, you will need to disable the SSL setting on your device in order to retrieve your emails. Follow these instructions:

Watch out for more scammy surveys

What's New

Alert WTC customers have let us know that the scammy survey and prize pop-up windows are again appearing with increased regularity.

If you've never seen this scam, it most commonly happens when you're about to leave a website. At that time a pop-up window will appear, with the legitimate-looking headline, "Dear WTC Communications User!" or some variant therof. You're then tempted with a prize if you'd just take a few minutes to complete a survey. Don't be fooled—this isn't us!

Phishing Alert: Don't click the link to that Google Doc!

What's New

Recipients worldwide today are discovering an extremely sophisticated phishing operation that is targeting people with emails that appear to be legitimate invitations to view Google Docs.

MasterCard to bring facial recognition payment software to Canada

What's New

Starting this summer, Canadian MasterCard holders with smartphones will be able to pay for their online purchases by taking a selfie or stamping their fingerprint on the screen instead of punching in a pin or a password.

The payment card company says it plans to roll out the technology in Canada, after successful pilot programs in the U.S. and the Netherlands

ColdFusion websites need updating by May 1st

What's New

Beginning May 1, 2016, WTC will no longer support ColdFusion 5 or ColdFusion MX versions 6, 7 or 8.

Adobe has recommended users upgrade to the newest version of ColdFusion MX to maintain better performance, increased security, greater reliability and support for modern web standards.