HTTP/2 support has been enabled on our load balancers. All modern browsers support HTTP/2 over SSL, so if you're already using an SSL Certificate you're already taking advantage of the new protocol!
PHP versions have been updated across our platforms. They've been updated to: 7.2.3, 7.1.15, 7.0.28, 5.6.34.
We've updated PHP 7.0, 7.1 and 7.2 to their latest versions. We've also added Ioncube loader for PHP 7.2, and updated it for the other versions.
We've been busy patching our servers to mitigate the issues caused by the Meltdown and Spectre CPU bugs. You'll be pleased to hear that there hasn't been any slowdown. Even if we had experienced any, our autoscaling tech would mean that users wouldn't have experienced it, thankfully!
Read more about the bugs on the Red Hat blog.
Fraudulent sign ups in the web hosting industry are a prolific problem web hosts face on a day to day basis. We regard fraudulent users as those who provide us fake details such as name, address and contact numbers. Another user that falls into this category would also be one that has a history of abusing services, such as using a web hosting ... Read More »
The Domain Name System (DNS) translates domain names - and email addresses - into IP addresses. So when you visit a URL, your browser knows the address of the server to download the page from. It’s an essential part of the internet - so it needs to be fast.Google knows all about fast internet response times - as you’d expect! Their global ... Read More »