Version 7.4 of PHP is now available in our cPanel Hosting

The last PHP 7.4 version is now available in all our cPanel Shared Hosting accounts.

As always you can use the "Select PHP Version" option in your cPanel to select the PHP version running in your account.

https://secure.plusplushosting.net/knowledgebase/1090/Selecting-your-PHP-version-through-cPanel.html

New datacenter to expand our high quality services

If you have been our client for a long time, you probably know that we are very detailed and demanding with our services and quality is always first on the list.These last months we were working hard on increasing even more our Quality of Service (yes, there are always more quality to increase) and we are happy and excited to say we have made ...

PHP 5.x versions removal effective February 2020 on shared hosting servers

As we have previously announced, and extended the task many times over 2019, we will proceed to remove PHP 5.x versions from our shared hosting servers.Beginning February 2020 the default PHP version in all our shared hosting servers will be PHP 7.2Any account using 5.x PHP versions will be switched to 7.2If you have any old or custom scripts you ...

Changes in cPanel Licenses for Cloud and Dedicated Servers

cPanel has recently announced a complete overhaul to the way they structure their licensing costs.From now, cPanel licenses will be billed based on number of accounts rather than a flat rate for the license.An explanation and FAQ on these changes from cPanel can be found here: https://forums.cpanel.net/pages/partners/The new pricing structure is ...

New Features in Python Selector in our Enterprise cPanel Shared Hosting Plans

Our Python selector is now updated with many more advantages and features. This is now available in all our Shared Hosting Enterprise plans.- Environment variables: Now, you can configure the environment variables that are available in the application. You can set them when creating an application, or modify them later (don’t forget to restart ...

New 2Checkout myAccount to manage your payments and subscriptions

We are happy to announce a new feature requested by many of our clients are now avaiable for a better payment and subscription management.Independently of our Client Area, our customers now are able to access to our payment processor (2CO.com) system to manage subscriptions, update the CC or payment information and view every transaction ...

Python and Ruby available in our Enterprise cPanel shared hosting plan

We are happy to announce that now we are supporting Python and Ruby in our Enterprise cPanel shared hosting plan.From now our Enterprise clients will be able to deploy they Python and Ruby apps.These features have some advantages:- Select the specific version of Ruby and Python you need.- Supports Ruby versions 1.8, 1.9, 2.0, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, ...

Your Sites Are Safe! TCP Sack Panic Vulnerability Has Been Remedied

We are constantly working to ensure that your website is protected to the fullest. When a new security vulnerability is discovered, we’ll spring into action and attempt to remedy the problem as quickly as possible. After all, we wholeheartedly understand how incredibly important your website is to you. Just recently, a lot of people have been ...

Zero-Day emergency security patching for most fully linux managed servers

-- This message is only if you have a dedicated linux server or a cloud linux server. --A vulnerability targeting the networking stack in linux servers running kernel 2.6.29 or newer has been discovered that allows for Networking denial-of-service of varying severity, leveraging TCP "Selective Acknowlegment" (SACK).Because the vulnerability ...

Updated information about the PHP 5.x version removal from our shared hosting servers

As we have previously announced, in the month of June the PHP 5.x version will be removed from our system.We have seen that many customers are still using this version and have not yet changed to a newer version. Most of clients simply because they have not done the test to change it and see if it works. For that reason we will proceed to extend ...