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Shared vs Cloud hosting

Shared hosting refers to a plan that hosts multiple websites together, sharing resources on one server, and has been around since the beginning of web hosting history, unlike Cloud hosting which, thanks to its newer technology, enables a site to be hosted on a cluster of servers, which allows it to be moved to another…

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A guide to hosting your real estate website

A guide to hosting your real estate website

A guide to hosting your real estate website Whoever first said ‘you should never judge a book by its cover’ was clearly not thinking about the not-too-distant future of the internet. For the importance of an online home to businesses nowadays is vital – especially to the real estate sector. Yet if having the best…

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Switching to PHP7 for Default PHP on Shared Servers

We have supported PHP7 from the start (even compiling it ourselves before it was supported in cPanel);  but for compatibility reasons, we have left PHP 5.6 as the default for our customers on shared servers. But, as PHP5.6 ages, we want to encourage our customers to update their code to run on more up-to-date versions…

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A cat riding an Unicorn, in front of a rainbow,carrying a rocket launcher and and an explosion in the background. Oh, and the Unicorn breaths fire.

July 12th – Battle for the Net

You may have noticed a screen like the one imaged above popup if you visited the site on July 12th, 2017.   This is because The Internet is in danger, again (and again, and yet again).  In 2015, laws were put in place to protect Internet users (personal and business) from the ISPs, classifying the IPs as common…

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WordPress Vulnerability in the Wild

Security Company Sucuri recently announced that they had found a Content Injection Vulnerability in WordPress Core, stemming from the recently included (in version 4.7) and enabled by default WordPress API feature. The vulnerability would allow a malicious user to use the Rest API to edit pages and posts, inject shortcodes or even run PHP directly if certain…

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Latest Security Alert – Dirty CoW

CVE-2016-5195, Also known as “Dirty CoW” is a Local Privilege Escalation vulnerability in Linux Kernel 2.6.22 and higher.  This impacts some of the most popular OSs like: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.x CentOS Linux 7.x CentOS Linux 6.x CentOS Linux 5.x Debian Linux wheezy Debian Linux jessie…

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CloudFlare Active on All Shared Servers

ow CloudFlare increases speed and security of your site This is a guest post written and contributed by CloudFlare. CloudFlare makes it easy for any site to be as fast and secure as the Internet giants. CloudFlare, a web performance and security company, is excited to announce our partnership with AnHonestHost! If you haven’t heard…

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