May 28th CloudFlare New Partnership

Hello,We are proud to announce a new partnership with CloudFlare. CloudFlare is a solution introducing a Content Delivery Network allowing your website to be closer to your visitors while increasing the security. We have therefore introduced this solution for free in our Shared and Resellers Web hosting users and you can activate it directly from ... Read More »

Apr 21st DDoS Attacks & Mail Spam Alerts

As mentionned in our last changelogs of March, we have successfully introduced a new feature which will automatically alert our users when there is an on going DDoS attack on their service. You will receive an email telling you that your service is being protected for all shared, reseller hosting and all Linux & Windows VPS without excluding ... Read More »

Apr 9th Reseller Web Hosting Enhancement : Extra IPs Management

One of the most requested feature was released today for all reseller web hosting accounts which was about being able to manage the IPs without having to allocate them exclusively through packages. As a matter of fact, we have released a plugin which would allow you to change your websites IP addresses and allocate manually your free IP while ... Read More »

Apr 9th Shared Web Hosting Enhancement - FREE SSL with Let's Encrypt

Today, we have officially released a new feature for all shared web hosting users and all resellers web hosting users. You can now install an unlimited amount of SSLs issued from Let's encrypt directly from your cPanel and without the requirement of having a dedicated IP.A SSL certificate would authentify your website and encrypt the http ... Read More »

Apr 1st Changelogs March

This month came with its load of new features for which you can find the changelog below : Shared Web Hosting- Curative and in Real Time Malware Detection to avoid acccount suspension upon mail spam + Automatic .htaccess Shield set up- On the fly scans of malwares through HTTP upload (BETA)- Upgrade Modsecurity to 2.9- Automatic Kernel security ... Read More »

Mar 2nd Security Issue Exim : CVE-2016-1531 -> PATCHED!

On the 2nd of March an Exim vulnerability has been discovered and announced allowing any user to gain root privileges. This issue is affecting all its versions. Exim is the default mail transporter for all cPanel based servers. cPanel has included an emergency update which was patched overnight. We did a manual update on all our critical ... Read More »

Feb 16th Shared Web Hosting : Ressources General Increase

Hello,We have just increased the values for each packages of our web hosting offers. We have studied the usage of each packages and weight it against the server's ressources usage and we concluded that all our users shall benefit from a ressources increase. For our starter users we have increased the number of processes from 20 to 50, while we ... Read More »

Dec 19th Windows VPS : REVOLUTION

Today, we are proud to announce our next and wonderful lines of Windows VPS. These Windows VPS will become standard for all our users and we are starting to migrate the current VPS owners.The gain of the new hardware is insanely significant as detailled below : SSDs, and SSDs and SSDs again ! That's right, we have decided to swap over full ... Read More »

Oct 25th Windows VPS: Control Panel Available for ALL our users

We are thrilled and finally pleased to announce that after weeks of development we have finally released the Windows VPS control panel for all our users.  Since, we have upgraded our new nodes to Windows Server 2012, we faced issues with the control panel which wasn't available. We have made it work and even upgraded the design of the control ... Read More »

Jul 24th Security Issue Adobe Type Manager : CVE-2015-2426 -> PATCHED!

A few days, the hacking team released a few unknown exploits that are affecting all systems. The security alert CVE-2015-2426 is dealing with all windows version and it involves elevated privileges through the Adobe type manager library's DLL : atmfd.dll.The DLL provides support for OpenType fonts and the exploit consists in a memory corruption ... Read More »