Starting from 2017, a SSL Certificate is no longer optional for your website.
Regardless of what type of website you are running, not having a SSL Certificate will result in your website being penalized by major web browsers.
Google announced that from Chrome 56 onwards (available in January 2017), they will start marking HTTP pages that collect passwords or credit cards as non-secure, as part of a long-term plan to mark all HTTP sites as non-secure.
Season’s Greetings! We are running a month-long promotion for Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the following Holiday Season of 2016 with discounts of up to 50%!
This promotion will cover our Cloud Web Hosting, Managed Cloud Servers, SSL Certificates, Domain Registration and Domain Transfer.
The promotional codes below are valid from today until December 31st 2016.
We recently introduced two important features to make SSL Certificates installation easier than ever – AutoInstall SSL and Let’s Encrypt SSL.
With AutoInstall SSL, the whole setup and installation process for a DV SSL Certificate will be completed within minutes and you no longer have to deal with those annoying email verification!
With Let’s Encrypt SSL, you can setup and install a free SSL Certificate and have it auto renew every 3 months in your cPanel.
Our Cloud Web Hosting plans are now available in Australia (AU)!
Our Australia location provides excellent network connections throughout Oceania and it is perfect for any websites with target audience in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
The Cloud Web Hosting plans in Australia will cost exactly the same as any other locations and you will have access to the exact same features too!
You can order a new Cloud Web Hosting plan in Australia immediately from our website and enjoy 50% OFF the first month (Promo Code: AU50OFF)!
If you already have an account with us at another location, you can contact our Billing Department to arrange to move your hosting account to Australia.
We are happy to announce that all of Aspiration Hosting’s servers are fully protected against the CVE-2016-5195 vulnerability, also known as Dirty COW (yes, we find the name silly too!).
Dirty COW (CVE-2016-5195) is a privilege escalation vulnerability in the Linux Kernel which can allow a local user (like a web hosting account) to gain root access to the server. The vulnerability is present in all major Linux Operating Systems and security researchers have detected in the wild (ITW) attacks even before security patches were released by the various OS.
Our servers were not affected by the ITW attacks and all servers has been patched with the latest security patches automatically (thanks to KernelCare).
To reiterate, there’s nothing that you will need to do on your end and all of your websites are automatically protected.