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Security Advisory: Meltdown and Spectre CPU Defects
Posted by Mark Brown on 09 January 2018 11:13 PM
As you may be aware, a number of serious vulnerabilities have been disclosed that affect a wide set of CPU architectures. The good news is that so far there have been no reports of this being exploited in the wild.

This class of vulnerabilities is reported to affect all operating systems and CPU types, including servers, home computers, and likely mobile and embedded devices.  This situation is serious and affects everyone, so we are making it a top priority to gather and
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Plesk License Price Increase
Posted by Ruchir Shastri on 05 November 2017 10:23 PM

We just wanted to make everyone aware that Plesk has increased price of all of it's products w.e.f Nov 2017. We typically absorb small price changes but since this has been quite massive (almost 41% for few products), this price change will be passed on to the customers. Your next invoice will reflect updated price for service. Please note that this will only affect VPS & Dedicated server customers having Plesk installed in it (and purchased through us).

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Critical Updates for Windows service
Posted by Mark Brown on 21 September 2017 05:35 AM
Microsoft has released multiple patches for security vulnerabilities and 0 day exploits in multiple products. Most notable is the .Net framework.

We strongly encourage everyone to update their systems as well. Please usage your windows clients to update their systems.

If you are having FULLY managed service level then you can feel free to open ticket with our support team so that they will install it
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Critical Microsoft Vulnerability
Posted by Ruchir Shastri on 12 May 2017 08:00 PM
Hello All,

In view of recent events that have highlighted the persistent risk of the threat posed by cyber-attacks
( ) we strongly advise our customers to apply the following security update, released by Microsoft on March 14th this year: Read more »

[FIXED] - Vulnerability Note VU#867968
Posted by Ruchir Shastri on 13 February 2017 12:09 AM
Hi Customers,

With regards to vulnerability note - we have updated our firewall filters to block outbound SMB connections (TCP ports 139 and 445 along with UDP ports 137 and 138). If you are utilizing any of these ports for outbound SMB connections and want to have an exception created, please open a ticket with our technical support team with IP address that you'll like to exclude from above
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