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  • 08 Nov

    Free SSL certificates for shared hosting

    I’m pleased to announce that free SSL certificates are now available for all of our shared hosting customers, courtesy of cPanel’s AutoSSL feature. AutoSSL automatically provisions and configures certificates for domains which don’t already have them, meaning you never again need to spend time setting them up manually. Certificates are...

  • 18 Aug

    Greylisting now available in shared hosting

    I’m pleased to announce that email greylisting is now available for all of our shared hosting customers. This is an anti-spam measure which delays email delivery from unknown senders the first time a message is received from them, asking them to retry after a few minutes. Legitimate email providers...

  • 09 Feb

    cPanel 11.28

    Some of you may have already noticed that we’ve recently updated to the latest version of cPanel, version 11.28. This update brings many small improvements and bug fixes. Most importantly this improves Web Disk compatibility for Windows users, so now users who couldn’t connect to Web Disk before should...

  • 10 May

    Control Panel Upgrades

    Last week we upgraded the cPanel software which powers our Web Site Control Panel to the latest version, 11.25. This upgrade brings many performance and security improvements and innumerable bug fixes. It also provides a few important new features which we think our customers will find useful. First, there...

  • 23 Feb

    HTTP compression

    As part of last week’s updates, we’ve installed support for compressed HTTP connections. This can be enabled in the web site control panel, by clicking the “Optimize Website” button. Enabling this option can significantly speed up page loading times for visitors with supported web browsers (all modern browsers support...

  • 13 Feb

    Error log viewer in cPanel

    We’ve disabled the error log viewer in the web site control panel (cPanel), because a configuration change we had to make rendered it pretty much useless due to the rather quirky way cPanel handles error logs. For some reason, by default cPanel logs all errors from all accounts into...

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