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PoC exploit – Windows PrintNightmare bug

Unfortunately, researchers have discovered a new vulnerability in Windows operating system. The proof-of-concept Windows Print Spooler Remote Code Execution Vulnerability (CVE-2021-1675) has been published online by mistake. Microsoft classified this vulnerability as remote code execution, hackers might be able to take full control of unpatched computers. This vulnerability affects both personal computers and cloud servers. […]

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Plesk Onyx Is Reaching Its End of Life

It is time to say goodbye to Plesk Onyx, if you are still using Plesk Onyx to manage your websites time is running out to upgrade your control panel to the latest Plesk version (Plesk Obsidian). As we highlighted this in our previous blog Plesk Onyx will reach its end of life on April 2021. […]

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cPanel and Plesk Price Hike

In October 2020 cPanel and Plesk announced new changes to the pricing structure and these changes will become effective on January 1st 2021. cPanel has increased the monthly licensing fee across the board, for detail information please visit here. The price breakdown is as follow: Plan Current Monthly Fee New Monthly Fee – starting Jan […]

Cirrus Hosting Is Supporting Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Cirrus Hosting is pleased to announce that we are now supporting Ubuntu 20.04 LTS; a new operating system is now added to our dedicated server plans as well as the latest Cloud VM and Virtual Private Server (VPS) plans. As you might have already known every Long Term Support (LTS) release has a 5 years […]

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Windows, Linux, Cpanel & Plesk Life Cycle

Has Your Windows/Linux Or Control Panel Reached Its End Of Life? Every software product including Operating System (Windows & Linux) and control panel (cPanel & Plesk) has a life cycle. The beginning of life is when the software is released to the public and the end of life is when the software developers stop supporting […]

Latest Update On Apple and Google’s Effort to Shorten The SSL Certificate Lifetime

Once again Apple and Google are reshaping the global Certificate Authority (CA) market. In 2018 we published a blog post about Google’s effort to enhance connection security; Google was encouraging – some might say forcing- website owners to secure their blogs and websites by installing SSL certificate. In October 2017 Google Chrome started showing “Not […]