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WordPress Made Easy – with WordPress Toolkit for Plesk!

WordPress, the world’s most popular publishing platform, is a firm favourite with our customers. And now it’s easier than ever for users of our Plesk Onyx control panel. Plesk Onyx is a web-based control panel for administering physical and virtual (cloud) servers. These systems run Linux or Windows operating systems and offer much more functionality […]

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Flexible Cloud? We Got You Covered!

Cloud. It’s been the buzzword du jour for a couple of years now. Everyone wants “cloud”, or so they’re led to believe. And there are a lot of different services out there that are marketed as cloud services. But what exactly is a cloud platform that you really want? How can you combine the technology […]

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Suspicious Files in WordPress

Hardening your WordPress Security

  WordPress Security is a big thing for us as we host a LOT of WordPress sites. Not having an up to date install can mean things can get exploited and hacked. This could result in spam emails being sent. Spam content put into your site and you may even see your site suffer in […]

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Captains Log

The Next Generation of Shared Hosting

Captain’s Log stardate … oh wait! Sometimes you can get a bit carried away with graphics for blog posts. However, this is a pretty big announcement for us and we’re pretty excited for what it means for us and for you, our customers. We’re pleased to announce the arrival of our latest linux shared web […]

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TimThumb security issue with WordPress

TimThumb security issue with WordPress

We’re seeing a fair bit of chatter this morning about a security exploit in TimThumb so if you run a WordPress blog and are using a third party theme that resizes images chances are good that it has TimThumb included in it. (TimThumb doesn’t come with WordPress by default) For more info about the exploit […]

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The Minimus – Hardly Small?

As I mentioned yesterday, we’ve just relaunched our website with a whole new set of hosting plans. Over the coming weeks I’ll be exploring some of the new options available to you and hopefully include a couple of screencasts as well (the stress is on “hopefully”!). Our new entry level plan is called the “minimus“, […]

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Irish PHP User Meetings

The Irish PHP Users Group meets every month in 3 different locations. This month is no different with 3 meetings scheduled for tomorrow evening: Dublin: Longstone pub on Townsend Street Cork: Metropole Hotel on MacCurtain Street Monaghan: Contact Kae Verens for details. More information on the UserGroup may be found on their site On a […]

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