VPS Control Panel Management Made Easy

Posted at June 13, 2018 at 1:22 pm by Ylber Popaj

Control Panels for VPS Management

VPS Management Made Easy: Why You Should Use a Control Panel

Without a GUI, servers must be configured and operated through SSH, which requires extensive knowledge of command line syntax.  Control panels provide a centralized and intuitive way to manage your servers. Bread Basket, which is included for free with InterServer VPS plans, take the tedium out of having to Read More

How InterShield Works

Posted at April 18, 2018 at 3:46 pm by Ylber Popaj

How InterShield Works You may have become familiar with our InterShield blog posts. It has become a special security series of ours which serves of high importance to us and Web Hosting our customers. Due to its ongoing success and popularity, we have decided to describe the step by step process of which InterShield follows. A request to access a website comes in, someone has entered http://domain.com into a browser.

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7 Features That Show Your Shared Hosting Plan is Secure

Posted at April 3, 2018 at 1:05 pm by Ylber Popaj

7 Features that show your shared hosting plan is secure With massive data breaches hitting the world’s largest brands, website owners may often wonder how well they’d fare against online threats: “If global corporations are having trouble keeping up with web security, how could I stand a chance to stay secure?” Fortunately, online security isn’t restricted to the wealthiest, most high-traffic sites. Web hosting companies protect themselves and customers by locking down every possible aspect of their infrastructure and clients’ environments. Here Read More

InterShield Evolves

Posted at March 19, 2018 at 7:17 am by Ylber Popaj

InterShield Evolves

InterServer's InterShield system is able to stop many attacks and updates daily based on new data including new possible malware, known exploits and other Common Vulnerabilities. However, sometimes even with all these a new type of malware comes up. In a recent case a site was redirecting to a pharmacy website but only when coming from a google search engine result. The site initially passed all scans of known vulnerabilities, the url did Read More

WordPress Vulnerability Secured

Posted at February 21, 2018 at 8:46 am by Ylber Popaj

 

WordPress Vulnerability

The month of February brought yet another scare to the hosting world. A WordPress vulnerability was exposed which allowed hackers to initiate what is known as a denial of service (DoS) attack on ones website. Ultimately, under a DoS attack, your website becomes unreachable by anyone including you. The technical understanding of performing the DoS attack is rather simple.The flaw begins under the well-known “/wp-admin” directory. Every WordPress site is assigned this path as an administrative Read More