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  • The Dangers of Human Error in WordPress Hosting & How to Protect Your Brand

    Posted at October 16, 2017 at 5:42 am by Stacey Talieres

    As a longtime fan of WordPress, working on my former employer’s website pained me. I compared the organization’s online presence to a kindergartener’s craft project—held together with macaroni noodles and paste.

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    Hurricane Harvey

    Posted at August 31, 2017 at 5:22 pm by Stacey Talieres

      InterServer gives back! Hurricane Harvey has devastated parts of the United States with its record-shattering destructiveness. Parts of Louisiana and Texas struggle with extreme flooding conditions that make it impossible to inhabit the area. InterServer has connected with American Red Cross to   [...]

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    CBT Locker Ransomware

    Posted at July 21, 2017 at 4:00 am by Stacey Talieres

    Ransomware is a dangerous piece of malware that infects computers. CBT Locker Website, a spin on the infamous CBT Locker for desktops, is one of the latest versions of ransomware that enables an attacker to take WordPress sites hostage and charge a fee for their release. What is CBT Locker and Ransomware? R   [...]

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    Now Available at InterServer: Virtuozzo 7

    Posted at June 19, 2017 at 3:00 pm by Stacey Talieres

    We are extremely excited to announce a new virtualization platform that we are offering to customers for our VPS. This latest platform is called Virtuozzo 7 which is built on top of the RHEL7. Also known as OpenVZ 7, this virtualization platform is a huge leap forward for features regarding density, management to   [...]

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    InterServer’s New Shared Hosting Security Feature: InterShield

    Posted at June 5, 2017 at 3:00 pm by Stacey Talieres

    “I’ve been hacked”! How many times have we heard this line before? My guess would be way too many times. As we all become ever more interconnected thanks to the power of the World Web Wide, and along with it comes the dangers of malware. However, malware has always been a step above t   [...]

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