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Social Warfare Security Vulnerability

The popular social media sharing plugin Social Warfare has a dangerous security vulnerability that is being actively exploited in the wild. We are already seeing that this vulnerability is being exploited with some of our clients. An update has been

Posted in Helpful Hints and Tips, Security and Vulnerabilities

Getting Ready for WordPress 5.0

If you are one of the approximately 22.6 million sites using WordPress you are probably quite familiar with the plentiful number of updates that come with WordPress. As major versions go, switching to a new digit at the front usually

Posted in FullHost News, Helpful Hints and Tips, WordPress

Recent email-spam trend claiming your email/computer was hacked

While spam is always a constant pain in the you know what, a recent trend has grabbed a certain amount of attention and a fair number of our clients have been in touch with concerns that they’ve been hacked and

Posted in Email, Helpful Hints and Tips, Security and Vulnerabilities

WooCommerce patch released addressing WordPress design flaw

A researcher at RIPS Technologies GmbH, Simon Scannell, detected and reported a file deletion vulnerability in WooCommerce, a very popular WordPress plugin for e-shops, that allows shop managers to delete certain files and then take over any administrator account. This

Posted in Security and Vulnerabilities

LiteSpeed License Changes

FullHost is very pleased to announce that the LiteSpeed Web Server, a drop-in replacement that is completely compatible with the traditional process driven architecture of Apache, has recently revised its product offering additional features and options for clients. As part

Posted in FullHost News, Infrastructure