What is Imunify360 Security?
Imunify360 is security software installed on all of our Shared Hosting servers at HostUpon. It’s designed and developed by the amazing team at Cloudlinux. Imunify360 uses herd immunity and the six-layer approach to provide our … Read More
What is Fast-Track Support and how does it work?
The HostUpon technical support team usually responds to support tickets in the order which they are received. We understand sometimes an issue requires urgent attention and that’s where our new “… Read More
As you may have noticed, we recently launched a brand new website design on HostUpon.com. In addition to our beautifully-designed responsive website, we’ve introduced a few new hosting options as well!
Since 2007 we have been focussed on constantly innovating, … Read More
Domain Privacy Explained
Every time you register a domain name, contact details are attached to it, and publicly available on WHOIS database listings. HostUpon and many other domain registrars provide a “domain privacy” service for a small fee ($9.95 per … Read More
It seems like it wasn’t that long ago that we announced that we had PHP 5.3 services available. Since then however, PHP 5.4 and even 5.5 have been released, and it wasn’t long before we started getting requests for hosting … Read More
HOSTUPON Website Update
We’re excited to present the launch of the new HostUpon.com! Be sure to check out the new website, which includes a ton of new resourceful content – including even more detailed descriptions of our products and … Read More
HostUpon is proud to announce our latest partnership with SiteLock LLC, a global provider of website security technology and products for online businesses. This latest partnership brings to the table SiteLocks renown website security services, including the patent-pending 360-degree … Read More
Generally when a patch or upgrade to PHP is available, we try to install it immediately since there’s usually very good reasons for those patches. Most often, minor patches are either bug-fix releases or security patches. However usually it’s safe … Read More