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Introducing Imunify360 – AI-Powered Website and Server Security
Posted by Stefan Popescu on 11 August 2017 09:23 PM

As recently announced, new features and enhancements for our service are planned and today we're happy to announce the first major improvement. Imunify360 has been successfully deployed to all our shared/reseller hosting plans. It is included at no additional
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Scheduled Migration of the Server "Neptune" (Shared/Reseller Hosting)
Posted by Stefan Popescu on 26 June 2017 12:04 PM

» German translation below / Deutsche Übersetzung nachstehend

When will the migration take place?

The migration of the server "Neptune" is scheduled to start on 26 July 2017 18:00 CEST and estimated to be completed by 27 July 2017 09:00 CEST.

We kindly ask you not to make changes to your hosting account (incl. websites, emails, settings, databases, files, etc.) while the transfer is in progress.

Where can I follow the
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Introducing AutoSSL: Free SSL Certificates For All Domains
Posted by Stefan Popescu on 08 May 2017 04:30 PM

We’re excited to announce the activation of AutoSSL, a feature that will contribute to enhanced security and performance by providing free SSL certificates for all domains hosted at MaxterHost. It is a fantastic addition to our feature list.

The internet is steadily moving towards the secure HTTPS as a default protocol. A while
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Adjustment of Money Back Guarantee
Posted by Stefan Popescu on 28 April 2017 11:00 AM

At MaxterHost, we're confident about the quality of our services and strive to (over)achieve the expectations of all our clients. For this reason, we offer a Money Back Guarantee to give new clients who have not signed up with us before a sense of safety and trust.

Due to internal reasons and to prevent abuse of this guarantee, we have decided to reduce the period from 45 days to 15 days with immediate effect. We consider that 15 days should be a reasonable period to decide whether
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Scheduled Upgrade to PHP 5.6
Posted by Stefan Popescu on 01 September 2016 08:01 PM

With the PHP 5.5 branch reaching the end of its support time-frame, we will be upgrading all servers that are still running PHP 5.5 as the native version to PHP 5.6.

The upgrade to PHP 5.6 is scheduled to take place on 02 September 2016.

Most improvements in PHP 5.6 have no impact on existing code. There are a few
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