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Free Auto SSL by cPanel and Comodo for everyone

  Since the latest release of cPanel and WHM 58.0.x, a new AutoSSl feature is available. AutoSSL auto provisions domain validated Comodo SSL certificates. If your website (whether it is a domain, sub-domain, add-on domain or alias) never had a SSL certificate or it has expired, a new (and most importantly FREE) SSL certificate will be…

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ICANN’s new domain Contact Verification Policy

  On January 8, 2014 the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) made a substantial change to the domain registration process for global top level domains (gTLDs). The revised policy now requires domain owners to validate their WHOIS information whenever a domain is registered, transferred to another registrar, or the contact information is…

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What Happens When Our Computers Get Smarter Than We Are?

  The history of human intelligence, from the chimpanzee to, say, a string theorist, is a very short one in terms of the Earth’s lifespan. But just wait, says philosopher and author Nick Bostrom. The next chapter – artificial intelligence that reaches human levels of learning – will happen even faster than you might think,…

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  Good afternoon, over the past few weeks we have been investingating a technology called CageFS, this was developed and created by the wonderful folks over at CloudLinux. CageFS in addition to the OS CloudLinux, which we use exclusively across our fleet of shared, reseller and VPS servers. The goal of installing CageFS is two…

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  Many of you may have heard about the recent OpenSSL security issue dubbed “The Heartbleed Bug.” OpenSSL is the open-source library that handles a lot of backend cryptographic functions on our systems, with SSL website traffic being a key usage area for our company. This bug could allow an attacker to retrieve some stored…

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  Good afternoon, over the past few weeks we have been working on building a mod_security rule set together that we believe will help many of you with the ongoing problem of vulnerable/out of date web applications, like WordPress, Joomla or vBulletin. As I’m sure many of you know, there were many issues recently related…

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Hi Everybody! We would like to get the word out that WordPress has been updated to v3.6.1, which is primarily a security release that addresses 13 different bugs present in v3.6. WordPress has also taken this opportunity to enhance security for file uploads, mitigating the potential for cross-site scripting attacks! Therefore, we are urging all customers to…

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We would like to welcome you to the first “State of SnapBlox” blog post. This is the first in a series of posts that will occur every three months and update our customers on the progress of SnapBlox towards its goals, projects, and any new product offerings. For the next three months the Snapblox team…

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