After a short intermission, the digital world is once again facing a major security threat. The so-called Stack Clash vulnerability is threatening major Unix-based OS’s like Linux, FreeBSD and OpenBSD.
We have applied to our web hosting platformall the patches that have been released by the affected OS vendors thus far.
Learn more about the…
Following the feedback of web developers, we’ve added a new functionality to the Advanced section of the Control Panel – the Python Manager.
The new Python Manager will allow you to edit the current Python version and to enable Python-compatible applications for your projects. Located right next to PHP Settings, it gives you one-click access to various…
It has been some time since the nightmarish SSL flaws Poxy and Poodle scared Internet users out of their wits, and now the web faces a new security exploit – a Linux kernel flaw bearing the ‘user-friendly’ name “Dirty COW”.
WordPress is one of the most popular CMS solutions available today. As such, it is being used by a very large number of websites on our network.
However, its popularity among users also means that it’s extremely popular amongst hackers as well.
Here are 9 proven tricks to protect your WordPress site from attacks:1. Choose a strong password…
We’ve made a noticeable change to the signup process so as to allow for a more secure and customer-friendly order procedure.
Starting today, users will be prompted to pay for their package after they log into their Control Panel instead of having to submit the payment information on the order form page.
Also, users will be given a…