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Can You Rely On Your Hosting Provider?

Can You Rely On Your Hosting Provider?

A reliable hosting package is one of the most essential resources for any website venture. Big, small or facing rapid growth, a business needs to be agile and minimise periods of downtime ...

By Philip Eddon, Feb 2019 Read More

End of life for PHP 5.6 & 7.0

End of life for PHP 5.6 & 7.0

Many popular versions of PHP used by your customers are unsupported by PHP.net. At the end of this year, PHP 7.0 (3rd December 2018) & PHP 5.6 (31st December 2018) will also no longer be supported by the community ...

By Nick Fox, June 2018 Read More

Hardening WordPress! (In Apache)

Hardening WordPress! (In Apache)

Before talking about Hardening WordPress and how to keep a WordPress website secure we must first ask “What is security?” As defined by codex.wordpress.org, and because we ...

By Nick Fox, Apr 2017 Read More

Vulnerability Scanning & False Positives

Vulnerability Scanning & False Positives

Many recurring issues from vulnerability scanning, in particular with websites, are false positives. For instance, these may occur when the scanner can only read the HTTP header. On Ubuntu 14.04 servers, Nginx ...

By Nick Fox, Nov 2016 Read More

The Importance Of ISO 27001

The Importance Of ISO 27001

Service providers that say they are “secure” must be able to back it up. Such a claim can’t be left to a vague definition. It should be proven – ideally, by a set of rules that every business can follow ...

By Nick Fox, May 2016 Read More