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Patching SSH vulnerabilities in Ubuntu and Debian

/ Technical

An SSH vulnerability affecting Ubuntu, Debian and AlmaLinux distros could allow unauthenticated users to remotely access systems. Patching efforts are underway on all servers that we manage.

cPanel and Plesk’s new stopgap reprieve for older Linux distros will cost you

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If you’re running cPanel or Plesk on a soon-to-be-unsupported OS like CentOS, AlmaLinux 7 or Debian 10, then WebPros are pleased to announce extended support - for a fee.

The SiteHost building, seen from air, with over 300 solar panels on the roof.

Talking solar power with Canterbury Tech

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Video re-cap: Yesterday I was invited to present our 'Journey to a Solar-Powered Cloud' at Canterbury Tech's Lunchtime Tech Session for April, with a wide-ranging Q&A afterwards.

We're directly registering international domains now

/ Domains

A milestone moment introduces a new, more direct approach to registering .com and .org domains with SiteHost.

Order your free 2024 SiteHost t-shirt and celebrate our 20th anniversary!

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Our annual t-shirt giveaway is back, and this time it marks a serious milestone.

Holiday hours, summer 2023-24

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Phone support hours will be reduced over the holiday period. Work on support tickets will keep happening, but on a reduced roster, and we’ll be available 24/7 for emergencies.

Phishing attempts target SiteHost customers

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SiteHost customers are receiving phishing emails with fake login links. Time to add 2FA to your SiteHost account and take other steps to protect yourself.

AWS finds a new toll to charge everyone, calls it "modernisation"

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AWS puts a price on IPv4 addresses while blocking adoption of IPv6. Another reason to think twice about going all in on The Cloud.

Clever companies are leaving the public cloud

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We see bare metal improving faster than cloud services. Market analysts see a US$500B opportunity.

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