Our technical team doesn’t only fix your issues and optimize your servers, they’re all about sharing knowledge. This is the second article on our blog that was written by one of our expert technicians. In this article, Kevin Quinn shows you how you can boost MySQL efficiency by adding an index. MySQL tuning and optimization… Read more »
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Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition, aka IRCE runs from June 10th to the 13th in Chicago. It is perhaps the largest exhibition and conference devoted to e-commerce and all things relating to business on the Internet. If you’re not yet considering going, you should. We are co-sponsoring an event with our friends at X-Cart called… Read more »
If you’re running Debian on your server, there is a security advisory you should be aware of. The issue at hand could potentially allow a local denial of service attack as well as privilege escalation. Further information is available here: http://packetstorm.wowhacker.com/1405-advisories/dsa-2926-1.txt We highly suggest that if you’re running an effected version of Debian that you… Read more »
Configuring an FTP server or changing from one service to another in WHM is a piece of cake. This quick tutorial shows you how.
Need to rebuild Apache & PHP on your server? It’s easier than you think. Give it a try!
Here’s how to access PHPMyAdmin from within WHM.
Are you running into mail permissions on your server? If so, this quick tutorial will help get you back in shape.
CMQ – A Swiss Army Knife for Your Mail Queue By Sebastian Hernandez If you use a linux based server running cPanel and you want to get the most out of it via WHM, one of the most powerful weapons in your arsenal is CMQ. CMQ is short for Configserver Mail Queues. It helps manage… Read more »
Yesterday we discussed the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability (aka CVE-2014-0160). A brief how to was provided regarding patching your cPanel/WHM based server as well as your linux server indecent of cPanel/WHM. Our technicians have been busy patching all customer servers (servers we provide as well as servers for which we provide system management services). One thing… Read more »
Recently, a very serious vulnerability in the OpenSSL library has been found. The bug, named Heartbleed allows the theft of information which would normally be protected by SSL/TLS encryption. SSL/TLS is used to encrypt and secure vast amounts of data and privacy on the entire Internet. It’s used in web, SSL certificates, e-mail, and some… Read more »