The new Terms and Conditions will take effect from 13 October 2022 and by keeping and renewing your domain name(s), you confirm having read and accepted the modified terms and conditions.
If you do not agree with the new Terms and Conditions, you may choose to delete your domain name(s) before the effective date via your registrar, i.e. the company with whom you have registered your domain name(s).
Adapting to Industry Changes for Better Web Security The CA/B Forum has voted on removing the file-based domain control validation (DCV) method for Wildcard certificates (e.g. *.domain.com) starting Dec. 1, 2021. So why the update?
The change was created in response to the concern that host-based control validation isn’t a strong enough way to demonstrate that someone has control over a domain’s entire namespace. Ultimately, this change improves security for subdomains and therefore, web users overall.
To be prepared and acclimated before the official start date, major CA’s such as DigiCert and Sectigo, will no longer allow file-based DCV for Wildcard certificates starting Nov. 15. After that, users can only use email and DNS validation methods to perform DCV for Wildcards.
You can buy a Certificate not only to protect any server or hosting that is provided by us, but for any other services/servers that you use from different providers. You can also order SSL installation service from us to get your Certificate installed correctly.
sale and maintenance of servers, computers and other equipment or components.
What will change in the new year?
Starting March 1, prices for hosting services will rise slightly. Simple and Basic packages will rise in price by 0.50€, Pro package by 1.25€. The price of the Developer package will rise by 5€. In addition, the payment system commission will be added to the invoice amount.
Our prices have remained unchanged since 2010, which cannot be said about the cost of electricity and other services. It was a difficult decision. However, despite the increase, our prices are still lower than the prices of our competitors. New prices are already valid from September 1 for new customers. Starting from March 1 the new prices will apply for all customers.
Outdated versions of PHP
We remind you that the time for us to abandon the outdated versions of PHP is drawing nearer. We hope you have not forgotten and made sure that all your web sites support PHP 7.2 and higher.
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For security reasons, we will stop supporting outdated versions of PHP software (older than PHP 7.2) on our servers.
change may affect your site on our server. If you currently have PHP
version up to 7.2, upgrading your PHP version may result in your website
not working. As of this year, three PHP versions have been supported by developers for security updates: • 7.1 (until 1.12.2019) • 7.2 (until 30.11.2020) • 7.3 (until 6.12.2021)
Our recommendation: 1. If you have a website
developer, we recommend that you investigate as soon as possible whether
your website code needs updating or that the developer can immediately
configure the newer version of PHP for the domain. 2. You can also
try to safely test whether the migration to PHP 7.2 or 7.3 is causing a
malfunction in the website. To do this, you need to change the PHP
version from the server panel and then check your site. If there are
errors on the page, you can change the version back and then contact the
web developer for assistance.
You can change the PHP version in the server panel yourself by following the instructions below: 1. PHP -> select the required version -> Activate 2. WWW Domains -> open WWW domain -> PHP Mode -> CGI
will end support for expired PHP versions 5.2, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7.0 and
7.1 from 01.01.2020. On all websites that are not set to work at least
on PHP 7.2 on that date, we will automatically change the version of the
latest version of PHP on our servers after the deadline. This may
result in your website not functioning.
If you have any further questions, please contact our customer support at firstname.lastname@example.org