There has been a lot of coverage concerning the following vulnerability: https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/alerts/TA14-098A We...
Sucuri (a web monitoring and malware clean up service) have posted an excellent article about WordPress...
Nominet’s Internet advice site, knowthenet.org.uk has launched a campaign aimed at supporting parents...
Google have informed us that they are discontinuing the classic Admin console on 3rd February 2014. On...
There has been a lot of coverage concerning the following vulnerability: https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/alerts/TA14-098A We are pleased to be able to report that none of our systems are affected because we are currently running OpenSSL version 0.9.8 across the board. During the … Continue reading
Sucuri (a web monitoring and malware clean up service) have posted an excellent article about WordPress plugins and their security implications: http://blog.sucuri.net/2014/03/unmasking-free-premium-wordpress-plugins.html If you don’t realise the security threat to your website, other sites in your FTP area and potentially … Continue reading
Google have informed us that they are discontinuing the classic Admin console on 3rd February 2014. On that date, administrators who previously opted to use the classic Admin console will automatically be switched to the new Admin console, and the … Continue reading
On the 2nd January 2014, Tucows, the registrar we use to register top level domains (.com .net .org and many others) introduced a completely new pricing structure and also started charging for their whois privacy service; prior to this date … Continue reading
New regulations and procedures as per ICANN’s 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement are now live. The following information affects all gTLD domains (i.e. .com .org .net etc). Please also refer to the following page for further links and information: Tucows Terms … Continue reading
Please click here if you wish to skip the document updates section and jump to the start of the article. Updates: News article first published: 23 May 2013 19:02 26 June 2013: Server automated defences improved with a system that … Continue reading
On Tuesday 8th October 2013, the .dk domain registry changed the way .dk names are registered and managed. It is no longer possible for us to explicitly renew .dk domains. Instead we have to set them to “auto renew” or … Continue reading
WordPress 3.6.1 has been released. This is a critical security update that resolves several security vulnerabilities, including one that could result in remote code execution on your site. If your website is running WordPress, in order to help keep your … Continue reading
The following Generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) registry cost increases are effective from 1st September 2013: Afilias, the registry operator for the .info domain extension has announced a price increase of $0.74/year Neustar, the registry operator for the .biz domain … Continue reading
The UK data centre we use have informed us of planned maintenance occurring overnight starting at 10pm on 5th September 2013. If you are an existing customer, please review the information below and if you have any questions, please do … Continue reading
The UK data centre we use have informed us of planned maintenance events occurring 30th August 2013 and 3rd September 2013. No loss of service is expected during the planned maintenance windows. If you are an existing customer, please review … Continue reading
The UK data centre we use have informed us of planned maintenance occurring overnight starting at 11pm on 28th August 2013. Important: One or two small five minute outages are expected during the planned maintenance window. If you are an … Continue reading
I was looking at our main email server statistics for the last 24 hours and thought I’d share a few: The server blocked 55% of all connection attempts immediately before they even got to trying to send, all thanks to … Continue reading
Today (1st August 2013) we have introduced a brand new transparent pricing policy for domain names. All domains are now priced at cost plus a nominal management fee. For many years now we have been absorbing regular price increases by … Continue reading
Update: 8th August 2013 12:15 The planned upgrade described below has now been completed. Server side everything went smoothly with absolutely no issues at all. The current PHP version is now 5.4.17. A random selection of web sites have been … Continue reading
The ability to generate strong unique passwords for each and every website you have an account with has never been more important. It’s not just basic personal information that is at risk, routine use of online banking and shopping sites … Continue reading
Google Apps for Business News Gmail and Drive Storage Unification Google announced Monday 13th May 2013, Gmail and Drive storage unification that combines the 25GB for Gmail and 5GB for Drive included with Google Apps for Business into a single … Continue reading