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Haunting Your Server: The Newly Discovered “Ghost” Vulnerability

Software security researchers have recently identified a bug in the Linux GNU C Library (shorthand: glibc) that provides hackers with the ability to take remote control of an entire system without having any prior knowledge of the system’s credentials. Qualys, a security firm out of California, identified GHOST and disclosed their discovery Tuesday. This security … Continue reading

HostNine’s Leashing of Poodle

On October 14th, Google announced their engineers discovered a flaw in the design of SSL v3, and this vulnerability has been named “POODLE”. Whenever there is an announcement about security vulnerabilities that may affect our customers, we try and make sure that we can you the information so you can understand how these issues may affect … Continue reading

Web Hosting Account Improvements at HostNine

We have been hard at work behind the scenes at HostNine, and we want to announce the implementation of a number of new measures here designed to make your hosting much more stable and secure! CloudLinux The operating system on nearly all servers has been changed to utilize the first Linux Operating System specifically designed … Continue reading

HostNine Affiliate Program Soars, Ranks First for Web Hosting with Commission Junction

JUPITER, Fla. (September 1, 2010) – HostNine, a leader in Shared Hosting, Reseller Hosting, Dedicated Servers, and Virtual Private Servers, announced today its soaring affiliate program was ranked #1 among all Web hosting affiliate program by Commission Junction, the worldwide leader in affiliate program management. In the past three months, HostNine has an overall ranking from Commission … Continue reading