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Features of the latest WordPress Version 4.9.5 – Explained

A recent survey conducted by hashedout, revealed that 49% of the biggest websites built with WordPress are not running WordPress’ latest version. As the most popular CMS in the world with over 60 million users or 30% of websites running the script, it is a huge target for several cyber threats (source-wordpress.org) WordPress version releases: 2018 marks 15 years since WordPress was first introduced to the world. It has undergone quite a transformation since then. As an open-source software, its features are continuously supported and updated by WordPress developers all over the world. Once a bug, issue or change request […]

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Facebook’s Data Leak: How It Affects Users

In the days of yore, we heard about the natural calamities – floods, storms, earthquakes. Experts and governments used to discuss ways to contain them and take measures to make good the losses faced. With the advent of the 21st century, the world was introduced to the ‘Internet’, which has gone down in the annals of the human history. However, along with all its blessings, the internet also brought along its issues, with privacy invasion and data breaches topping the list. And this is exactly what is haunting one of the biggest beneficiaries of the internet – Facebook. Facebook started […]

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Decoding the Intel Chip Vulnerabilities: Meltdown and Spectre

Security has always been of utmost concern when it comes to users and their data. Be it web pros, resellers or the customers, all of us use computers, servers and mobile phones in some form or the other. All of these devices work with an inbuilt processor. In this post, we’ll decode the confusion and commotion that has left the IT industry in a disarray with recent security vulnerabilities, that was found to affect Intel and other modern chips as well. What is Intel Chip Vulnerability? The Intel Chip Vulnerability is a flaw that could allow any hacker to steal […]

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Bad Rabbit: The Latest Variant in the World of Ransomwares

What is Bad Rabbit Ransomware? Ransomware attacks are on the rise and, the recent one that’s making headlines this week is the Bad Rabbit Ransomware. The malware is said to be linked to the previously released Petya ransomware and inspired by Game of Thrones as the code contains references to the Dragons featured in it. Bad Rabbit ransomware has affected corporate and media houses in Russia and Ukraine and appears to be affecting Turkey and Germany. Though the full reach and extent of it is yet to be determined, researchers at Kaspersky security firm say that Bad Rabbit ransomware bears […]

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Plesk Onyx now live on ResellerClub Windows Hosting Products

As a web host, we are always engaged in ways to improve your experience in using your hosting orders. As many of you may know, we offer Plesk control panel on our Windows web hosting to help you manage your websites and your hosting package efficiently. The latest version of Plesk, Onyx represents a generational change that enables you to make the most of your hosting and we’re happy to announce that we have upgraded our Plesk installations to this edition. Let us have a look at what Plesk Onyx is and the features this update has to offer. What […]

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Locky Ransomware: Everything You Need to Know

What is Locky Ransomware? After WannaCry and Petya, another ransomware seems to spreading like wildfire, taking a hold of computer systems all over the globe, this time it’s being called Locky. The Computer Emergency and response team (CERT) under Government of India has raised an advisory on the spread of Locky Ransomware via spam emails.   CERT-In published Alert regarding the spam campaign spreading Locky ransomware https://t.co/hzbuyDLjvB — CERT-In (@IndianCERT) September 3, 2017 Quoted from CERT-In Locky is a ransomware that scramble the contents of a computer or server (associated network shares, both mapped and unmapped and removable media) and […]

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How to choose the best hosting billing system for all your needs!

How to choose the best hosting billing system for all your needs!

Choosing a billing system tailored to your needs is an important decision you need to make to seamlessly manage your hosting business and customers. Through this blog, I hope to equip you with the all the information you need to choose the best billing system to accommodate all your hosting business needs. Read on to know more! Billing platforms today go beyond receiving payments and providing technical support services, they also meet specific needs of the hosting industry. This gives you enough time to spend on your core competencies like marketing, staffing, and new product offerings. WHMCS (Web Host Manager […]

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Another Ransomware Attack Petya makes Headlines

What is Petya? The latest ransomware cyber attack ‘Petya/Petrwrap/ExPetr’ or ‘GoldenEye’ has quickly targeted computer systems all over the globe crippling large firms across Europe, Israel, Russia and the US, reportedly starting from Ukraine. It makes use of Eternal Blue exploit as a means to multiply  itself wrecking the system and leaving it inaccessible until a payment of $300 Bitcoins has been made. Kaspersky Lab’s global research director Costin Raiu tweeted on June 28th to say the majority of infections seen by his firm had taken place in Ukraine, the Russian Federation, and Poland. How does Petya work and which […]

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