Sharing the Love with a free SSL Certificate

Posted by Robert Appleton

Last year we informed you about the changes being implemented by Google and being adopted by many of the popular internet browsers. This update pushes down the listings non-HTTPS sites and informs users that your site is “insecure”. What does this mean for me? Basically if you have a website and it doesn’t have an …Read More

New Two Form Factor Authentication

Posted by Robert Appleton Service Upgrades

Our clients security is of paramount importance to us, that is why we have now added Two Form Factor Authentication to our client accounts. Using Googles trusted 2-Step Verification solution available on both Android, iPhone and Windows Mobile. To enable, login to your client account and select ‘Security Settings’ from the drop down menu, then …Read More

New ‘Unban Center’ for clients

Posted by Robert Appleton Service Upgrades

Occasionally our drive to ensure your websites are kept as secure as possible can sometimes conflict with users own usage resulting in their IP addresses being blocked. Previously we provided a facility for clients to remove their own IP addresses, but this function was incompatible with our recent billing system upgrade. We are now pleased …Read More

cPanel update and Single sign on

Posted by Robert Appleton Service Upgrades

We are pleased to confirm that yesterday we upgraded all shared servers to cPanel v11.54. The new version includes a further tweak to the cPanel interface which you can see below. You will also notice when logging into cPanel the new ‘Billing & Support’ interface, which directly integrates to our billing system allowing you to …Read More

New look and feel for cPanel

Posted by Robert Appleton Service Upgrades

Recently cPanel has released their new theme which delivers a ‘new look and feel’ for cPanel. Entitled ‘Paper Lantern’ they aimed to clean up the dated and cluttered cPanel x3 interface. What’s Changed? From the screenshots below you can see the new ‘Paper Lantern’ (left) compared to the old ‘x3’ interface (right). As you can …Read More

New email auto discovery implemented

Posted by Robert Appleton Service Upgrades

The AutoConfigure (AutoConfig) and Autodiscover services quickly and easily configure a user’s mail client to receive their cPanel email. These services work with Outlook®, Outlook Express, Thunderbird, and most other popular mail clients. This feature has now been enabled on all client servers. As this service uses a shared certificate, you will receive an alert …Read More

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