Libyan Spider expands its services advanced website security protection and protection from malware by the partnership with leading protection web services Sucuri.
Firewall for web applications Sucuri WAF service works by filtering hack attempts and malware before they reach your site. Firewall works using modern technology allows protection of new gaps entirely through the use of artificial intelligence automatic learning to identify the footprint of electronic attacks even the unknown ones. Sucuri also provides steam specialists protection sites includes their updated rules protection around the clock. Also, engine protection from Sucuri scans your files continually searching for any viruses or malicious software and stop and then alert you to these risks.
One most problem experienced by site managers need to keep pace out by security updates popular software such as WordPress, Joomla which are often too close serious security gaps. Sucuri is featuring Virtual Patching technology which allows you to protect you from such modern vulnerability as they arise.
“We excited to partner with Sucuri and their abilities well another tool effective and easy use to help customers web hosting on the Internet to eliminate the inconvenience malware, viruses and protect their websites from bad guys” Mohamed Ayad director development at Libyan Spider company.
Chrome 68, due out in July, will warn users about HTTP sites.
The time has come for all websites to migrate to HTTPS. You have until July when Chrome 68 releases.
Google has also pushed the date back a couple of times trying to avoid the massive disruption that will occur when websites start getting labeled, “Not Secure.”
If you haven’t been following, here’s what you need to know:
Google and the rest of the browsers have been working on this for a long time. Last year Google and Mozilla began the push towards universal encryption by changing the UI on their browsers. In addition to the padlock icon, any website with SSL is marked “Secure.”
The idea was that website owners would gradually adopt SSL as more and more features were being taken away.
The browsers also began marking HTTP sites “Not Secure.” This was done more gradually. The warnings started out just warning users when they were about to enter a password in an unencrypted field. Then in the Fall they turned up the volume even more and started marking any HTTP page with text fields “Not Secure.” Now, with the release of Chrome 68 in July, Google is cranking it up to 11. Any website served via HTTP is going to get the “Not Secure” indicator.
What’s the Big Deal with HTTPS?
HTTP is ancient by computer standards. It’s a protocol for communication and it worked fine for a while. Unfortunately, HTTP is not secure. When you make an HTTP connection with a website that connection is not secure. That means that anyone can eavesdrop on the connection and steal or manipulate any data passed back-and-forth.
HTTPS is secure. When you make a connection with a website the data being sent is encrypted. That essentially makes it worthless to anyone without the corresponding key. Beyond security, HTTPS also blocks ISPs from injecting ads on your website, it is faster and performs better than HTTP and, finally, you have to have encryption in order to use HTTP/2, which is becoming more widely adopted by the day.
What do I need to do?
You need to install an SSL certificate and migrate your website to HTTPS, for our shared hosting client cPanel & Plesk we offer a free SSL from Let’s Encrypt, also you can check our commercial SSL list.
Next you’ll need to migrate to HTTPS, you can do this by changing the protocol in your URLs to HTTPS, then using 301 redirects. You may also want to take the time to add your website to HSTS preload list.
Either way, the key takeaway is that you have until July to get an SSL certificate, lest you anger Google.
And trust me, no one wants to cross Google.
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Libyan Spider Company has always been keen to provide a variety of payment methods and facilitate access to its services. We are pleased to introduce the new payment method from Miza Financial Services.
You can now get Voucher’s electronic cards to be used to access our services and pay bills through them. Just visit the nearest store or market that offers the e-coupon service to the Miza points.
For how to use the service please visit the following link.
You can also view the points of sale through this link.
AfterLogic WebMail Pro is a browser-based e-mail and collaboration front end, designed to work with your existing messaging solutions.
WebMail Pro supports syncing contacts and calendars with wide variety of mobile devices with use of Funambol which operates via SyncML data exchange standard. For those devices which don’t support SyncML natively, mobile sync client may be freely available from Funambol. Contacts/calendars sync is available for BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Symbian, as well as contacts sync for iPhone and Android.
WebMail Pro provides synchronization with Microsoft Outlook, that is achieved by setting up Outlook Sync Add-In and configuring it to access your WebMail Pro installation. Once that’s done, you can synchronize contacts, groups and calendars between Outlook and WebMail Pro, two-way synchronization is full supported.
This is done to comply with international best practices that aim to reduce spam and prevent open mail relays as well as reduce emails sent by computer viruses.
We are asking you and other impacted customers to change your email program settings to port 465, which provides more security.
You will be unable to send email over port 25 once it is disabled, and you will need to update your settings to port 465 in order to continue to send email. Please click the link below for your current email software and follow the step-by-step instructions to change your settings.
Don’t see your email software? Simply locate the preferences for your mail account in the software you currently use, and input the following settings:
If you use another email provider, please contact your provider for its recommended port settings. Most email providers offer an alternative to port 25 for sending email.
If you need help configuring your mail client or have additional questions please visit our Help and Support site where you can get in touch with LibyanSpider Technical Support.
Prior to approximately 2010, ISP’s allowed their customers to configure port 25 for SMTP connections between their clients and the e-mail hosting services.
Port 25 was the original SMTP port for all e-mail traffic between client software, smart phones, tablets, laptops, web forms, contact forms, and almost every other configuration where it was necessary to establish an outbound connection to an SMTP server to send e-mail. That was prior to the outright explosion of virus and spam traffic which literally attacked the e-mail industry a few years back.
Today, more and more ISPs (Internet service providers) have blocked access to SMTP port 25 for sending mail across their networks as a tool to help curb viruses and spam. The ISPs literally monitor the port numbers to see how they are being used and, if you have configured your Outlook, Android, Apple, or any other device to originate email traffic, they will drop the connection.
To prevent your users and customers from being blocked by the non-availability of SMTP port 25, all user accounts should always be configured to connect vie the SMTP alternate ports 465 or 587.
We want every person and web site, no matter their size or skill, to reap the benefits of HTTPS. “Let’s Encrypt” will dramatically reduce the technical barriers to implementing HTTPS on a broad scale.
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is the secure version of HTTP, the protocol over which data is sent between your browser and the website that you are connected to.The ‘S’ at the end of HTTPS stands for ‘Secure’. It means all communications between your browser and the website are encrypted.
When you request a HTTPS connection to a webpage, the website will initially send its SSL certificate to your browser. This certificate contains the public key needed to begin the secure session. Based on this initial exchange, your browser and the website then initiate the ‘SSL handshake’. The SSL handshake involves the generation of shared secrets to establish a uniquely secure connection between yourself and the website.
As a website owner, if you want to turn that icon on and enable encryption, you’ll need obtain a secure certificate from a trusted party that’s been authorized to issue them. And, like a lot of things on the Internet designed to make your life better, you’d need to pay a recurring fee for it. Certificates can be purchased from a few different places online. This now has changed with the introduction of “Let’s Encrypt”.
Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate authority (CA), run for the public’s benefit. Let’s Encrypt is a service provided by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG).
The key principles behind Let’s Encrypt are:
LibyanSpider has integrated automated certificate management as part of it’s control panel system (cPanel), Shared hosting customers on Linux platform will be able to issue and manage Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates from their cPanel. For a step-by-step guide on how to manage Let’s Encrypt certificates in cPanel please check this knowledge base article.
At the moment. Let’s Encrypt certificates are not available for Shared hosting customers on Windows Platform.
Dedicated, VPS, and Cloud Customers can request Let’s Encrypt certificates by opening a support ticket from the client area.
Builds new cloud on OnApp to provide local businesses with world-class cloud hosting
The Libyan Spider cloud aims to attract local businesses who are not well-served by global cloud providers such as Amazon and Microsoft, as well as providing a way for enterprise clients to migrate from traditional dedicated servers to the cloud. Libyan Spider’s cloud aims to help these businesses maintain high performance for their applications while providing significant improvements in flexibility and redundancy, with the ability to scale easily as they grow their business.
Mohamed Ayad, Business Development Manager at Libyan Spider, said: “We wanted to build our new cloud services on the best possible technology. OnApp was the obvious choice, because it delivers everything that we need, and everything our customers need, and it’s very easy to use. With our new cloud service we hope to provide a more flexible, more cost-effective and easier-to-use alternative to ‘global’ cloud providers, with full support from our team of cloud experts here in Libya.”
Andy Perrin, OnApp’s Director of Business and Channel Development, said: “Our mission at OnApp is to make it easy for every hosting provider to create public and private cloud services that are tailored to the needs of businesses and individuals in their local market. Working with a local cloud provider is usually much more beneficial for local customers, compared to using a ‘global’ cloud service, because you get technical expertise and local language support from people who understand your market – and when your cloud is built on OnApp, you can still get access to truly global scale. It’s great to see the launch of Libyan Spider’s new cloud services, and the new range of hosting options available to Libyan businesses, with all of the flexibility, scale and redundancy you get with the cloud.”
About Libyan Spider, LTD
Founded in 2002, Libyan Spider helps organizations of all sizes to successfully do business online, by providing the latest and most robust technologies in web hosting delivering them to customers with optimum support and flexible customization. Libyan Spider now offers a wide range of domain registration, web development, design and hosting services. Libyan Spider is headquartered in Tripoli and is now expanding into all major cities in Libya. For more information, please visit Libyan Spider website
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