Posted in Webhosting News on Nov 27, 2015
ScopeHosts.com was registered on November 25th 2008; Seven Years ago today. With an intent of providing top quality and secured web hosting services, we have become one of the leading web hosting provider for individuals, small and large enterprises. Now proudly celebrate 7 years of success in business. We’ve grown from a single reseller hosting providing shared hosting for friends websites to operating our own network while providing services out of 6 locations worldwide.
Posted in Webhosting News on Jun 08, 2015
Google released a significant new mobile-friendly ranking algorithm, that’s designed to give a boost to mobile-friendly pages in Google’s mobile search results. This new update is now been called as "Mobilegeddon". This new algorithm will start filtering all the websites which are mobile compatible and start ranking them. Google implemented this algorithm with increase in smart phone searches, helping it to filter with best of the mobile compatible websites available. According to survey more than 80% of all US smartphone users search via google. There are more than 170millions websites covered in google search.
Posted in Webhosting News on May 19, 2015
Now here comes the new Security Threat called 'VENOM', present in most of the virtual floppy drive code which has been installed by default and used by many computer Virtualization platforms. By default this vulnerability is present in XEN/KVM Hypervisors, Which enables the Network attacker to modify the data saved in the Virtual Machine Guests and permits all the Access privileges of host machine and VM Guests connected to that network.
Posted in Webhosting News on Apr 29, 2015
We would like to inform you about a critical cross-site scripting vulnerability detected in Wordpress open-source blogging tool and content management system (CMS).
Posted in Webhosting News on Apr 16, 2015
Microsoft Security Bulletin MS15-034 - Critical: Vulnerability in HTTP.sys Could Allow Remote Code Execution (3042553) . The vulnerability could allow remote code execution if an attacker sends a specially crafted HTTP request to an affected Windows system.