gets a facelift!

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Some of you may or may not know but was a site we launched back in 2004 that was dedicated to our virtual private server line.  After almost 10 years the site has gotten a face lift and boy did it need it!  Check it out!

EasyApache 3.24.19 released to address CVE-2014-0237 and CVE-2014-0238

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cPanel, Inc. has released EasyApache 3.24.19 with PHP versions 5.5.13 and 5.4.29. This release addresses the PHP vulnerabilities CVE-2014-0237 and CVE-2014-0238 with fixes to bugs in the fileinfo extension. We encourage all PHP users to upgrade to PHP version 5.5.13 or PHP version 5.4.29.   AFFECTED VERSIONS All versions of PHP version 5.5 before 5.5.13…. Read more »

cPanel TSR-2014-0004 Security Announcement

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TSR-2014-0004 cPanel has released new builds for all public update tiers. These updates provide targeted changes to address security concerns with the cPanel & WHM product. These builds are currently available to all customers via the standard update system. cPanel has rated these updates as having security impact levels ranging from Minor to Important. Information… Read more »

CloudLinux now available on our cloud servers

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  We are pleased to announce that CloudLinux 6 is now available on our cloud server platform.  CloudLinux is another spin off of the popular RHEL/CENTOS operating system but with stability, security, and density in mind.  CloudLinux is not a free operating system and does require a monthly license.  We can provide this license for… Read more »

Debian 7.4 and Ubuntu 14.04 are now available!

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We’re pleased to announce the availability of Debian 7.4 and Ubuntu 14.04 on all of our dedicated and cloud servers.  Cloud customers can easily deploy these new distributions using the cloud server manager within the customer portal.  Dedicated server customers who would like a fresh install should contact our support department to schedule the installation…. Read more »

Heartbleed OpenSSL Vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160)

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On April 7, 2014 a vulnerability was discovered in OpenSSL that could allow attackers to view sensitive information stored in memory. Given the severity of this vulnerability we are encouraging all customers to take the necessary steps to verify their OpenSSL installations are patched and not vulnerable. Most Linux distributions these days come with a… Read more »

Public CentOS Mirror

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For a long time now we’ve had a private CentOS mirror, this mirror was really only used internally for new deploys. Today that mirror has been made public and is now accessible to the world! The main problem with a private mirror was that servers would only use it if told to do so. Since… Read more »

Connectivity Issues

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At 20:04 (PST) we started receiving alarms showing saturation of the Time Warner Telecom peer.  Further investigation showed that a DDOS attack was aimed at our network and was mainly flowing down the TWTC path.  After analyzing the traffic filters where put in place and traffic coming down TWTC returned to normal.

New linux distributions available in the VPS manager!

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We’ve added a few more Linux distributions to our arsenal! CentOS 5.6 – This is a maintenance release upgrading our previous image to the latest version of the CentOS 5 tree. In addition we also added the yum-fastestmirror and perl packages to this image. For more information about this Linux distribution go to Scientific… Read more »

New Customer Billing System

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When NDCHost was started back in 2002, we searched high and low for a customer billing solution that would fit all of our needs.  Nine years later and we are still using that same billing solution; but times are changing and we have out-grown the current system.  We set out again to find a new… Read more »