Hello, We're making some major upgrades to our website and client area. This will cause several days of errors on some pages while everything is being rebuilt. Because it's being rebuilt from the ground up, we have to do it in real time on the working website. We'll make sure the client area and shopping cart is working 100% first, then rebuild ... Read More »
Here is how to add 2FA with your account manager. From the Client Area, navigate to Hello, Name! > Security Settings. Click on the Click here to Enable button. Select the Time Based Tokens service. Click on the Get Started button. Scan the QR code with an authenticator app, such as Google Authenticator or Duo Mobile. Enter in the ... Read More »
Two-Factor Authentication is the best form of security to defend from someone taking over your cPanel account. The new tool in your cPanel allows you to use an app on your phone via a QR code or direct code. From there every login will require a code from this app to access the account. 2FA requires a smartphone with a supported time-based ... Read More »
Location: Los Angeles (530)Date: Saturday, July 18th 2020Start Time: 12:00AM PSTEnd Time: 2:00AM PST EDGE1 (BR1) Expected Outage: 30 Minutes Description: We will be performing a network maintenance in order to upgrade our edge networking infrastructure. This maintenance will be inclusive of updating to the latest recommended JunOS code (per ... Read More »
The new cPanel email archiving tool is live on all web hosting plans. This is a great option if you have a lot of email you want to store for later, but do not want to fill up your email programs. This will keep your email safely stored for a later time.
We made a step by step FAQ for adding auto updates to your WordPress website. If you have not done this yet, we highly suggest it!
The long awaited latest version of PHP is now available on all servers. This version comes with many performance and security improvements. It's also closely tied into WordPress, so make sure and upgrade your website ASAP, to use the improvements. To upgrade, just log into your cPanel and click MultiPHP. On that page change your PHP to version ... Read More »
With the economy at such an unpredictable time, it's hard to say what will happen six years from now or even in six months. So far though, all the main reports from the top economists have favored in more Internet business activity. They have also said more work from home activity. This means great things are coming around the corner for website ... Read More »
There is not a lot the IT community can do to help systematic racism. One thing we did notice is that the term blacklist can be construed as black being bad. Whitelists also add to the contrast of color having a value of being better or worse. Whitelist good, blacklist bad for example. It's a little thing, but we will be changing all connection ... Read More »
A big new step in website owner privacy is starting this week. ICANN has agreed to remove phone numbers from all WHOIS details. It's well known these listed phone numbers get spammed out real quick! And they are never used for anything relevant to the domain name. Of course ICANN wanted as much information from the domain owner as possible since ... Read More »