Security Vulnerability: Linux Server OpenSSL ("Heartbleed")

On April 07, 2014 a severe vulnerability in OpenSSL was announced. Known formally as TLS heartbeat read overrun (CVE-2014-0160) and dubbed the "Heartbleed Bug", this flaw allows for the theft of information normally protected by SSL/TLS encryption. Specifically, the Heartbleed Bug allows memory to be read on systems using ... Read More »

9th Apr 2014
Cloud Servers Customers - NJ to MD migration announcement

Dear Valued Cloud Server Customer, We are excited to announce an upgrade in services for customers utilizing our East Coast datacenter. We will be performing upgrades on the underlying Cloud infrastructure to ensure that all of our equipment and our networks stay up to date with the latest hardware and technology to guarantee the best user ... Read More »

14th Feb 2014
CloudLinux

Request CloudLinux Today and enjoy the latest Uptime Technology.Traditional shared hosting environments have no control over accounts in the event of a resource spike. If one tenant (or account) suddenly experiences a big resource spike from a large amount of traffic, poorly written script, or a denial of service attack, all the other tenants on ... Read More »

9th Jun 2013
COMPLETED MySQL 5.5 and PHP 5.4 Major Upgrade

Dear Customers,We are pleased to announce that we will be upgrading our Network with MySQL 5.5 beginning February 22, 2013. This upgrade will take place on all shared and reseller servers.   Since MySQL 5.0 is no longer providing any security updates it is necessary for us to upgrade the version in order to continue to bring you a service ... Read More »

17th Feb 2013
Ruby On Rails Critical Security Vulnerability

Ruby on Rails has recently announced a critical security vulnerability and has released patches for their currently supported versions. The following Rails versions have been patched:http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2013/1/8/Rails-3-2-11-3-1-10-3-0-19-and-2-3-15-have-been-released/ * 3.2.11 * 3.1.10 * 3.0.10 * 2.3.15 If you are running cPanel, ... Read More »

15th Jan 2013
WHMCS Security Advisory for V4.5 & Google Checkout Users

WHMCS Security Advisory for V4.5 & Google Checkout Users WHMCS has released a new version of the 4.5 series and 5.1 series. These updates provide targeted changes to address security concerns with the WHMCS product. You are highly encouraged to update immediately.Releases The following WHMCS versions address all known vulnerabilities: > ... Read More »

3rd Dec 2012
cPanel & WHM Version 11.34 Released to Current Tier

cPanel Inc. announced today the release of version 11.34 of cPanel & WHM software to the CURRENT tier with many improvements and upgrades that you, our Partners and end users, had a voice in. As highlighted in his Keynote speech at last week’s 7th annual cPanel Conference, cPanel CEO, J. Nick Koston, outlined new features that ... Read More »

15th Oct 2012
Billing System and Apache Upgrade Maintenance

Dear customers,We will be upgrading our Billing System and Apache which will also require a system reboot on 08/29/2012 01:00 GMT/UTC - 03:00 hour.This will not effect our shared hosting accounts. All customers websites will stay up, however the client system and billing managment we will be under a small maintenance. Expected maintenance ... Read More »

28th Aug 2012
cPanel Removing PHP4 Support

cPanel has recently removed support for all versions of PHP 4. As a result of this change any updates to the web stack using their Easy Apache software build tool will result in PHP 4 being removed from the server. cPanel has released an unsupported module to provide users with the ability to retain PHP 4 on their web server, but this is an ... Read More »

23rd Jul 2012
cPanel 11.32 New Features in the CLOUD

Enjoy the new features!cPanel is the industry leader and the most popular panel  hosting platform. Tedious tasks are replaced by web interfaces. cPanel is designed with multiple levels of administration including admin, reseller, end user, and email-based interfaces. These multiple levels provide security, ease of use, and flexibility for ... Read More »

7th Jun 2012