Secure your WordPress website now

Posted by Ana-UKWSD on February 24, 2017 in How To's

We all heard about WordPress latest security issues, critical vulnerabilities that could allow a hacker to modify the content of any post or page on your WordPress website. The latest version 4.7.2 was released to patch this security flaw and it seems things are now back to normal. But, this event reminded everyone how important is […]

Joomla 3.6.5 released – IMPORTANT Security Update

Posted by Ana-UKWSD on December 15, 2016 in Installatron, Joomla

Joomla! 3.6.5 is now available. The new version is an important security release, addressing three main security issues, miscellaneous security hardening and three bug fixes. The following security issues were fixed: High Priority – Core – Elevated Privileges (affecting Joomla! 1.6.0 through 3.6.4) Low Priority – Core – Shell Upload (affecting Joomla! 3.0.0 through 3.6.4) […]

Do you have a crash plan for your website?

Posted by Ana-UKWSD on July 06, 2016 in How To's, Web Hosting

Are you prepared for the worst? What measure will you take if your website goes down for a couple of hours? We are aware that fully preventing outages isn’t possible, yet if you plan and careful select the right technology and hosting partners, your website can protect itself against unnecessary downtime. Having a crash strategy […]

WordPress 4.5.2 Security Release

Posted by Ana-UKWSD on May 17, 2016 in WordPress

WordPress has released its latest version 4.5.2 as a security release for all previous versions. We strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. This version patches two security vulnerabilities in WordPress versions 4.5.1 and below. The first is a SOME vulnerability (Same-Origin Method Execution) in Plupload, the third-party library WordPress uses for uploading files. The second is […]

Scheduled server upgrades

Posted by Paul-UKWSD on June 24, 2012 in Web Hosting

Tonight we will be performing some updates to our web hosting and reseller hosting web servers, this will include a kernel update if required which will result in a reboot of the web server. A server reboot takes around 2 minutes then all services are restored as normal, these updates are important to keep our […]

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