Debunking the Blame Game: Why Web Hosts, Not Users, Must Own WordPress Website Security
In today's digital landscape, website security is of paramount importance, especially for WordPress sites. A common misconception is that the responsibility for website security falls squarely on the end user or website owner. However, this perspective is short-sighted and neglects the intricate and ever-evolving nature of the WordPress ecosystem. In reality, web hosts should step up and take charge of their customers' website security, putting an end to the blame game. Here's why:
Why I have decided to step down from the AlmaLinux OS Foundation Board
TuxCare - our new brand that brings together all Enterprise products
CloudLinux Enterprise services have been growing steadily for years now. KernelCare, for example, was launched around 6 years ago as a live patching tool for the Linux Kernel. Since then we have added several useful integrations for vulnerability scanners, automation tools and others, and we also released KernelCare+ which adds live patching for OpenSSL and glibc shared libraries.
Introducing AlmaLinux Beta: A Community-Driven Replacement for CentOS
CloudLinux is proud to announce the release of AlmaLinux Beta. We’ve collected community feedback and built our new beta release around what you would expect from an enterprise-level Linux distribution. AlmaLinux is a completely free 1:1 binary compatible fork of Redhat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8 inspired by the community and built by the engineers and talent behind CloudLinux. Visit https://almalinux.org to download the Beta images.
AlmaLinux is born!!
Alma means “soul” in many Latin languages, including Spanish and Italian. The word comes from the Latin word almus, which means “nourishing, kind”.
CloudLinux: Fully-Remote and Fully-Operational
Issues caused by CloudLinux OS 7.7 update and what we will do to ensure it never happens again
Make cPanel more cost-effective with Elastic Sites
CloudLinux and GDPR
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 is a regulation in the EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union. It also addresses the export of personal data outside the EU. The GDPR aims primarily to give control to citizens and residents over their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU.
Post from January 26th, 2017 | End-of-sale & end-of-life announcement for KuberDock
We at CloudLinux strive to provide our partners and customers with the most valuable and dependable solutions available. Unfortunately, at this time, we have decided to end sales and support for one of our products, KuberDock. After an extensive research, speaking with our customers, and re-evaluating the technology and the market, we have decided that additional investment into KuberDock’s development is not viable.