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What Can Shared Hosting and VPS Users Do About Shellshock?
Monday, September 29th, 2014Tavis J. Hampton  
ARTICLE If you follow tech news at all, you have by now probably heard about the “Shellshock” vulnerability affecting Bash across all Linux, BSD, and Unix variants that use the shell program. For dedicated server users, the solution is quite simple,...

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New Bug Found In Bash Software Could Pose Serious Threat
Thursday, September 25th, 2014THN News  
NEWS (The Hosting News) – A new security bug has been discovered in the Bash software used by Linux and Unix, a bug that security experts are saying could be worse than “Heartbleed.” According to Reuters, the bug affects the Bash...

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Jakarta Web Hosting Launches Cloud Server in Indonesia
Monday, September 22nd, 2014THN News  
PRESS RELEASE (The Hosting News) – Jakarta Web Hosting, the innovative provider of windows hosting and Linux hosting services in Indonesia, today announced the extension of its superb services by launching cloud server hosting plans that give large-spectrum businesses the web security...

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Why Linux is Perfect for the Cloud
Thursday, August 14th, 2014Tavis J. Hampton  
ARTICLE When building a public or private cloud, there plenty of options. You can build a cloud stack on almost any operating system, but some Linux-based OSes are ideal for the cloud. It is therefore, no surprise that many cloud systems...

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Backup Your Blog’s Database with AutoMySQLBackup
Thursday, July 3rd, 2014Tavis J. Hampton  
ARTICLE Many blogging and content management systems (CMS) provide easy tools for backing up your data. What these tools lack, however, is an automated system that ensures your databases are backed up routinely without any intervention on your part. Why would...

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Bug Found In GnuTLS Crypto Library Leaves Linux Users Open To Attacks
Wednesday, June 4th, 2014THN News  
NEWS (The Hosting News) – Over the weekend developers released an update that patched security flaws found in the GnuTLS code of Linux PCs running applications such as RedHat, Debian, and Ubuntu. According to ArsTechnica, the bug is capable of sending...

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Understanding Web Server File Permissions
Tuesday, May 27th, 2014Tavis J. Hampton  
ARTICLE If you are new to web hosting, one topic that may be a bit of a challenge for you is web server file permissions. Anything you upload to your site will have a set of permissions associated with it. In...

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Is OpenStack Ready for Mission Critical Cloud?
Monday, May 12th, 2014Tavis J. Hampton  
ARTICLE Whether you are stepping into cloud hosting for the first time or have been using it for quite some time, you have likely heard some of the hype about OpenStack. It may seem like a no-brainer. It is free, open...

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CloudLinux Announces KernelCare.com Rebootless Kernel Update Service
Monday, March 24th, 2014THN News  
PRESS RELEASE (The Hosting News) – Leading shared hosting operating system (OS) developer CloudLinux (http://www.cloudlinux.com) announced today the release of KernelCare, a service that allows Linux kernel updates without a reboot. “We’re excited to present KernelCare to the Linux community,” said Igor...

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AxisLayer.com Introduces All New Web Hosting Plans with Unlimited Diskspace & Bandwidth
Wednesday, March 5th, 2014THN News  
PRESS RELEASE (The Hosting News) – With current service numbers exceeding 4000 domain names and 2000 web hosting offerings, Axislayer has built up some serious pedigree. The soundly established internet hosting service provider’s addition of their affordable Linux hosting plans will give...

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