Of cPanel updates and email connection limitations.

Written by Tyler Jacobson on December 6, 2012

Fortunately, only a few of our servers yesterday were negatively effected by a cPanel update that reset our email connection limits.

Unfortunately, a few of our servers yesterday were negatively effected by a cPanel update that reset our email connection limits.

Now, we don’t want to blame cPanel. They offer a robust product and these updates were essential to closing a security gap before it was exploited. This is what good and responsible developers do and we appreciate their attention to addressing potential

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What makes a strong password?

Written by Tyler Jacobson on August 17, 2012

In my last article, I discussed how and why it’s a good idea to use unique passwords for everything and then advised you to forget those passwords. In that article, I made note that there will be times when you need a memorable password that you don’t want to forget.

When that need arises, you’ll want to make sure that not only is your password memorable, but also unique and strong. Read on and I’ll show you how to easily create

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