No more 3-year SSL certificates

No more 3 year licensing. The SSL industry is further shoring up their defenses, and doing away with 3 year certificate licesning terms on all SSL! Effective the 1 st March 2018, the new maximum permissible term on any and all certificates will be 2 years, well actually, to be specific 27 months. The 27 months comprises the initial 24 months ...

Preparatory task for Mysql upgrade - Reset Mysql users passwords

Dear Customer, It has been our constant endeavour to make continuous improvements to our infrastructure in terms of stability and security. For the next step in this process, we are planning to upgrade the MySQL version from v5.5 to the latest stable version supported by cPanel on all our shared linux hosting servers. This will help us to improve ...

Comodo updates!

In response to changes in the CA/B Forum's 'Baseline Requirements' and Mozilla policy, Comodo has implemented revised Domain Control Verification methods and policies. Starting at 19th July Comodo activated new rules for HTTP/DNS validation. Email based DCV will remain the same process. DCV emails will however 'time out' after 30 days. HTTP(S) ...

No more 3-year SSL certificates

No more 3 years licensing. The SSL industry is further shoring up their defenses, and doing away with 3-year certificatelicensing terms on all SSL! Effective the 1 st March 2018, the new maximum permissible term on any and all certificates will be 2 years, well actually, to be specific 27 months. The 27 months comprises the initial 24 months ...