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OpenSSH client vulnerabilities: CVE-2016-0777 and CVE-2016-0778

Two new vulnerabilities, CVE-2016-0777 and CVE-2016-0778, were found yesterday on the OpenSSH project which allows a malicious SSH server to steal the client’s private keys when using the roaming undocumented feature. So, if you have to connect to any server that is not under your control (including git over SSH through third-party services like GitHub or […]

January 15 / 2016

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Useful Linux command-line tools to work with PHP projects

Linux provides a lot of interesting command-line tools that we can use when working with PHP projects. In this post we give you some useful commands: Find all PHP files in the current directory Obviously, we can use the same command to get another types of files, such as TWIG or JSON files: Check the […]

April 23 / 2015

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PHP 5.5 available on Shared Hosting

We have provisioned new Shared Hosting servers with support for PHP 5.5 and 5.4. You are able to select different versions of PHP for each domain. If you are looking for speed and all the latest features, 5.5 is the one.  You can take a look at the phpinfo for our PHP 5.5 installation here. We […]

August 21 / 2014

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PHP 5.3.29 released and available at ServerGrove, reaches EOL

Last week, the PHP group released the last version of the PHP 5.3 series, 5.3.29. It has reached the end of life, so no further updates will be available for it. It is encouraged to upgrade to PHP 5.4 or even better, 5.5. PHP 5.3.29 contains about 25 potentially security related fixes backported from PHP […]

August 21 / 2014
Author Pablo
Category PHP, Shared Hosting
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How GZIP Compression Works

Even in today’s world, with fast networks and almost unlimited storage, data compression is still relevant, especially for mobile devices and countries with poor Internet connections. This post covers the de-facto lossless compression method for compressing text data in websites: GZIP. GZIP compression GZIP provides a lossless compression, that is, we can recover the original […]

April 14 / 2014
Author Raul Fraile
Category PHP, Shared Hosting, VPS
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