There’s been a change in Most Wanted Web Services policy and server configuration in regard to secure e-mail. Our servers will no longer allow plaintext authentication for sending and receiving mail. We will be making the following configuration changes to make e-mail more secure on our servers. Receiving e-mail The allowing of plaintext ... Read More »
It's come to the point that we are outgrowing our current server. On a daily basis we are using 50-70% of the available RAM, which is causing some issues.
As such, we have decided, and have ordered, a new server. Over the next couple of days we will be migrating all accounts to the new server.
Scheduled Date and Time: Start - December 4th, 2015 @ 8:00PM EST End - December 5th, 2015 @ 12:00AM EST Maintenance Window: 4 Hours Datacenter Location: Orlando.DC2 Maintenance Type: In order to ensure the most secure and reliable services possible, we will be updating firmware on the switch your server is connected to. To complete this ... Read More »
Our staff is working on catching up on all work that was backlogged when the area where are offices are was hit with a devastating windstorm on Tuesday Novermber 17, 2015, with winds in excess of 70 MPH. As a result of that storm, our offices were without electricity and internet access, except for the occasional time hooked up to a generator and ... Read More »
Beginning March 1, 2015 we will be performing a series of upgrades on our servers. Below is a list of the upgrades that will be performed. We are performing these upgrades in 3 phases to eliminate any potential issues. Upgrade Apache from 2.2 to 2.4 -- Done. 3/1/15 10:49 am PST Upgrade PHP from 5.3 to 5.5 Upgrade MySQL from 5.5 to 5.6 Read More »
January 27th, 2015 a severe GHOST vulnerability affecting Linux systems was discovered in the C library of GNU / Linux (glibc) that gives control to attackers without requiring system credentials. GHOST creates a buffer overflow that affects all the gethostbyname*() functions in the glibc library. These functions change a hostname into an IP ... Read More »
Welcome to the new Stallion Online Services support platform. We transitioned to this new platform due to some issues with the other system, and in our opinion this new platform is much more robust and powerful.
If you encounter any problems, please send a ticket to support.
August 3, 2014 6:15 pm. Power has been restored at our offices. August 2, 2014 Due to 2 separate summer storms in less than a 2 week period, causing widespread destruction with uprooted and snapped off pine trees, numerous downed power lines, and lightning sparked fires in the area of our main offices, we will have limited availability ... Read More »
Today, globally, an announcement was made concerning a serious “bug” found in a key component on most servers around the world: OpenSSL. SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer, which is used to provide a secure connection to websites, servers, email, and FTP accounts. The serious bug opens a “backdoor” which allows a hacker to ... Read More »
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