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Aug 20th PHP Version Upgrade
On Sunday, August 23rd, we will be upgrading the PHP version on our cPanel servers from 5.4.44 to 5.5.28. PHP 5.4 is becoming end of life and will no longer receive security updates after September 14th. The installation should take less than an hour and downtime will be minimal, less than 5minutes.The changes in PHP 5.5 are minor. We expect all ... Read More »
Jan 28th Ghost Vulnerability Update
We just wanted to let everyone know that as of 1/27 at 11:00pm EST, the ghost vulnerability has been patched on all of our servers. For more information on the vulnerability, please visit the official RedHat CVE. If you have any questions, please open a ticket in the support center.
Jan 20th New Reseller Program
It's been a while since we've provided any kind of update here. With the new year rolling in, we figured it's time to change that!We are proud to announce that we are now offering Reseller Hosting! Now has never been a better time to start up your own little business. Plans start at just $15.00 per month and offer the same unmatched performance ... Read More »
Jun 30th Server Maintenance & Package Changes
Within the next week, we will be migrating all user accounts and websites to one of our new cPanel servers. This migration is being done to retire the existing server and further improve the quality of service we offer. We have not determined an exact date or time yet, but you will receive another communication prior to the migration. ... Read More »
Apr 11th Brief Outage
We experienced a brief unexpected outage this morning lasting approximately 4 hours. It looks like the primary NIC in our saturn server failed. We replaced the faulty hardware and brought the server back online. I apologize for the inconvenience. Please let us know any time you experience difficulties or if you have any further questions.
Apr 8th OpenSSL Vulnerability
Just to give everyone a heads-up, we have patched the OpenSSL vulnerability that is going around. You can rest assured that those of you using https on your websites are perfectly safe now. Please open a support ticket should you have any questions. Thanks!
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