Welcome to the Excitor DME Resource Center

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This site is your one-stop access to all things technical concerning DME by Excitor:

  • Support information
  • Documentation download
  • Client and server download
  • Sales and marketing information

Log in to begin using the site. When you have created a user for yourself, you will immediately get access to parts of the site. And Excitor will grant you additional access based on your role in the DME community. Try it!

DME and iOS 8

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As we are sure you are aware, Apple has recently announced the advent of two new devices: iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, running on iOS 8.

We have tested the available version of iOS 8 using our latest DME client, and we have not found any problems, and we do not expect that any of our customers will experience problems.

We naturally haven't tested on the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices, as they are not yet available. However, Apple say that existing apps will scale correctly to the new screen sizes.

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The Heartbleed bug

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The discovery of a security vulnerability in some versions of the OpenSSL library is causing quite a stir.

We have completed our investigation of the effect of the vulnerability, which is named Heartbleed and is described here, on our systems. We have found that none of the web servers and web services provided in the DME and G/On products are affected by the Heartbleed vulnerability.

However, https connections routed through the AppBox server require attention. We have written a Service Bulletin accounting for this. The Service Bulletin is also posted on the Documentation page.

To sign up for the Service Bulletin, log in to this site, and go to your User page. Complete the form in the DME Service Bulletin box to the left, and click Subscribe.

Windows Phone: Welcome!

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Introducing a new client platform is not something that happens every day.

We are pleased to welcome Windows Phone 8 as a member of the DME client family.

The client can be found at Windows Store, and the user guide can be found here.

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