Security researchers this week found two critical vulnerabilities, “Meltdown” and “Spectre”, that impact nearly all operating systems industry-wide. This is one of the most broadly reaching vulnerabilities we’ve ever seen.
Imagine waking up one day to find someone has stolen your business’ primary domain name. Here are 6 ways in which you can ensure that your business website is protected.
KernelCare, the service that allows you to run your Linux servers for YEARS without a single reboot, is now included on our managed dedicated servers.
As a premier global data center and infrastructure provider, HostDime.com, Inc. holds client security and privacy above all else. We further advanced this commitment by completing our SOC 2 Type II certification.
Earlier this year, CentOS Linux 5 reached End of Life. This means there is no more security updates for version 5, and both the CentOS and HostDime teams do not recommend using 5 for any purpose.
With the discovery of two major vulnerabilities, this has been a busy week for vendors, attackers, and a public looking for security and protection.
DDoS attacks are now a fact of life for enterprises, and we must be prepared to prevent and mitigate these attacks. Here’s just a few tips you can implement to lower your risk of a DDoS attack.
KernelCare is a CloudLinux product that provides stability for your Linux server. Read on for the various ways KernelCare helps impact your server.
Here’s a quick guide to finding out if you’ve been hacked, what to do next, and how to prevent a future disaster.
Our Abuse & Security team has compiled a few recommendations to share with you to help you improve your password security.
Arbor Networks 12th Annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report from January 2017 features insights from network and security professionals at data centers and enterprise organizations.
A WHMCS vulnerability was recently identified. All of our shared and reseller servers are guarded against the vulnerability and you do not need to do anything. If you are currently on a dedicated server or VPS and you have disabled our modsec cron (it is there by default) you may…