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WHMCS Security Advisory TSR-2014-0001

WHMCS has released a new update for all supported versions of WHMCS. These updates contain changes that address security concerns within the WHMCS product.

We recommend you update your WHMCS installation(s) as soon as possible.

WHMCS has rated this update as having an important security impact. Information on security ratings can be found at http://docs.whmcs.com/Security_Levels

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By |March 10th, 2014|Security, whmcs|0 Comments

Better WP Security 3.6.3 Vulnerabilities

Everyone makes mistakes, no doubt about it, and recently two vulnerabilities were reported to us in the previous (3.6.3) version of Better WP Security. The following issues have been addressed in today’s update (3.6.4), namely to remove in-dashboard access to support (the primary reason for this version update).

But to address the specific concerns about vulnerabilities […]

By |February 28th, 2014|Security|0 Comments

The Pros and Cons of Jetpack for WordPress

We were promised a future filled with jetpacks. While this would make our world infinitely cooler, there comes certain pros and cons to a jetpack.

Pros: fly like a bird, avoid rush hour traffic, skip long layovers in Atlanta.
Cons: run out of fuel mid-air, engine may burn your backside, deadly collisions.

While we can’t fly into the […]

By |February 20th, 2014|Wordpress|0 Comments

The Ultimate Guide to Fixing and Recovering Your Hacked Website

Having your website hacked is one of the worst feelings in the world. It can do major damage to your site’s reputation, especially if Google puts a “This site may harm your computer” warning on it. You aren’t alone as a new website gets hacked every five seconds. There goes another one. And another. But […]

By |February 20th, 2014|Security|0 Comments

How to Register and Set Custom DNS Nameservers for Your GoDaddy Domain

If we lived in a perfect world. However in our imperfect world, our techs often receive questions about how to register custom DNS nameservers for GoDaddy domains.

For resellers, it looks much more professional to run your own custom nameservers. If your domain is “domain.com”, your custom nameservers would be “ns1.domain.com” and “ns2.domain.com”.

Follow these instructions to […]

By |February 7th, 2014|domain|0 Comments