WordPress Security: How to stop SQL injections – Plesk Tips

5-min read We all know that WordPress has historically been very vulnerable to hacks of all sorts. So most good web hosts will practice good WordPress security measures to avoid falling  victim to hacking. However, it can be hard to keep track of all the risks and develop a security Continue Reading

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Update on ReadySpace SG Contact Numbers

Hello everyone! We’d just like to let you know that, due to popular demand, we have reinstated the telephone number that everybody is familiar with. So, with immediate effect, we can be reached at both of the following numbers. +65 64960090+65 69142694 Thanks for your love and support! 🙂 ReadySpace Team

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Price Adjustments for Domain Names and SSL

Dear customers, We’d like to let you know that there will be slight price adjustments for SSLs and some domain names moving forward. These adjustments, if any, will be reflected in your next Renewal Orders and new Sales Orders.    We appreciate your patience and understanding with us in this Continue Reading

ReadySpace Outage Alert

Issue Affecting Some Websites – ReadySpace Cloud Platform

Hello, We’d like to let you know that there’s a current issue that may affect some websites from being displayed properly. Only some users from our shared web hosting service are affected and affected users will probably see “Error occurred: 500 – internal server error”. Our engineers are working to Continue Reading

Try Out the New 3CX SIP ALG – Firewall Check

3CX is calling all implementers to try and test the new SIP ALG and let us know their thoughts and results on our forums. With the beta of version 15.5 SP1 the firewall checker has been extended to check if the firewall executes SIP ALG or not. This feature will Continue Reading

3 Ways to Foster Collaboration

We know that collaboration is critical for organizations moving towards a DevOps culture. Here’s how we encourage collaboration in our workflow at GitLab. 1. We Make Suggesting Changes Less Scary Using version control for more than just your source code means that everyone feels free to contribute to documentation, configurations, Continue Reading

New Loki Variant Being Spread via PDF File

Background The Loki Bot has been observed for years. As you may know, it is designed to steal credentials from installed software on a victim’s machine, such as email clients, browsers, FTP clients, file management clients, and so on. FortiGuard Labs recently captured a PDF sample that is used to Continue Reading

Introducing TLS with Client Authentication

In a traditional TLS handshake, the client authenticates the server, and the server doesn’t know too much about the client. However, starting now, Cloudflare is offering enterprise customers TLS with client authentication, meaning that the server additionally authenticates that the client connecting to it is authorized to connect. TLS Client Continue Reading

Introducing SSL for SaaS

If you’re running a SaaS company, you know how important it is that your application is performant, highly available, and hardened against attack. Your customers—and your revenue stream—depend on it. Putting your app behind a solution such as Cloudflare is an obvious move for your own infrastructure, but how do Continue Reading

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