Author Archives: Callum
Magento websites running version 2.1 and below may be open to a serious security flaw that allows for remote code execution, allowing malicious parties to potentially extract sensitive user data. The following guide will outline what the attack is, and … Continue reading
A new version of WordPress has been released comprised of 6 security fixes. Users are advised to update to WordPress version 4.7.3 immediately.
A new version of WordPress has been released comprised of 3 security fixes. Users are advised to update to WordPress version 4.7.2 immediately.
If you log in to you webmail via your control panel, you may have received an error preventing you from logging in to any other email accounts. This short guide will explain what causes the CSRF issue is, and what … Continue reading
Over the past week you may have noticed that accessing your webmail looks and functions slightly differently. This post will outline the new changes we have made to our webmail service, and the new features that are available to you.
With the recent implementation of PHP 5.6 & PHP 7 it is now possible to install Magento 2 on your account. This guide will walk you through the Magento 2 installation steps to get you set up quickly and hassle … Continue reading
A new version of WordPress has been released comprised of various security and bug fixes. Users are advised to update to WordPress version 4.7.1 immediately.
In this short and easy guide we will be explaining how to password protect your directories using a .htaccess and a .htpasswd file.
With over 75 Million downloads, Joomla! is an excellent open source CMS to provide amazing flexibility to your website. This guide will outline how to install Joomla! on your domain in 8 easy and straight forward steps Joomla! can be … Continue reading
We are often asked by our customers what PHP version they are running on a domain or if a specific module is installed on their web server. Checking the PHP version and its modules can be done easily using an … Continue reading
We are often asked by our shared windows hosting customers for details regarding the IIS version running on their domain as well as different modules that are installed. This information can be easily found using an info.aspx file which we … Continue reading
With the recent release of Google Web Designer, there’s never been a more interactive and engaging way to create HTML-5 websites. This quick and easy guide will walk you through uploading your newly made website in 6 quick and easy … Continue reading
In this blog post, we will cover how you can redirect visitors from the plain text HTTP version of your website over to the secure and encrypted HTTPS version using a web.config file. We will also cover some reasons as … Continue reading
After we’ve switched your site to a dedicated IP, installed, and tested your SSL certificate there are a few things you will need to do. This guide will outline how to go about correcting your website so that it is … Continue reading
With the release of Umbraco 7.5, setting up your theme has been significantly streamlined. Rather than spending long amounts of time designing your website aesthetics, a set of Bootstrap Starter Kits have been developed to save you time. The steps … Continue reading
At some point you may have received an email from “Domain SEO Service Registration Corp.” While on the surface it may look legitimate, it is not and should be ignored in all cases. While masquerading as a domain renewal, this scam … Continue reading
The Ports Introduction page will outline what ports do, the common ports that you may encounter, and the relevant areas in which they are applied.
This guide will outline what an IP address is, why they are used, and important differences between private and public IP.
Within this guide we’ll overlook the use of a VPN, and how you can utilise the service.
This guide will outline what DNS is used for, its structure over the internet, the different types of records, and their uses on a DNS server.