This week a web vulnerability was discovered that impacts virtually every processor manufactured since 1995. The vulnerability is being referred to as “Meltdown” and “Spectre”. Of course, we want you to know that we’ve got you covered. Most of our servers run a variant of the RedHat Linux operating system which released patches for the…

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The folks at WordFence have a new blog post that caught our attention titled 5 Security Questions For Your Hosting Company. We read it with interest and can would like to take this opportunity to answer all of their questions: The first question is a multi-part question so we are going to break it down…

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Hello! We have changed a few things around here and are going to be making some big announcements in the coming weeks.   We have been incredibly busy lately but wanted to get the new site out the door so can be adding to it while it’s live rather than waiting for it to be perfectly…

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We will be conducting maintenance on several of our web and e-mail servers this Wednesday (September 24th) at approximately 10PM Eastern time. The servers will be restarted and are expected to take approximately 10-15 minutes to come back online.

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In an ongoing effort to provide the highest level of network and IP services to our customers, our technicians will hold a network maintenance window tonight – Tuesday, August 26th, between 11:59pm and 1:00am, EDT. 

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This week we are beginning hardware upgrades to our hosted sites on our Apache server, affectionately referred to in-house as “SO5”. E-mail will not be impacted. During this process your site(s) will be moved to new machines.

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We hear nightmare stories from clients who are gouged by hosting providers that charge exorbitant fees for bandwidth overages. Often these hosting plans include a small amount of bandwidth per month and charge an additional fee per terabyte leading to hosting bills that exceed $1500 per month. That is outrageous.

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