You pay more to host your site with Synthesis. Days like yesterday are why. A Zero-Day exploit of the Linux kernel was made available that forced us to take immediate action in the form of an immediate patch and hard reboot.
We do not allow phpexec() calls on our servers. It opens your site up to danger without enough of a system-wide reward to justify the risk. And it’s why Synthesis-hosted sites were never in danger of being exploited by what Sucuri called a very serious vulnerability.
A current event in the WordPress world – one that is rather ominous at first glance – serves as a microcosm of the value that Synthesis customers enjoy. It’s the value of peace of mind.
You’ve told us backups are important to you and we’ve been listening. That’s why we are so excited to officially announce the latest Synthesis innovation: Synthesis Personal Backups for S3, a backup system that truly is unlike any other. It is now live and available for all Synthesis customers to use. And did we mention [...]
We’ve just released Genesis 1.9.2, which represents a few bug fixes that we wanted to address prior to our next major release of the framework. The upgrade is easy and you should take this opportunity to get your site up to date with the latest version of Genesis.
A breached version of a popular plugin – the Social Media Widget plugin – was uploaded to the WordPress plugin repository in recent weeks. The breach was discovered last night. Here is the bottom line:
SPDY is the latest Google strategy to make the web faster. And we’re in the final testing stages of making it a part of our offering.
In the welcome email that every Synthesis customer receives, there is a link to download our recommended settings for W3 Total Cache. To import these settings into W3 Total Cache in your site’s dashboard, follow these steps: