Chrome and Avoiding the "Not Secure" Warning

SSL connections are the new standard for connecting to a website. As an incentive for encouraging site owners to provide a safe browsing experiencing, Google is notifying site visitors whether a website is secure or not. It is most likely other browsers will be following suit. With this change, website owners will need to address this as having a ... Read More »

8th Jan 2018
Meltdown and Spectre Security Vulnerabilities

Two very serious security vulnerabilities have been discovered. They impact modern day CPUs which virtually run almost everything from smart phones to enterprise servers. Patches for CentOS 7 has been released and we are in the process of applying them. This will require a server reboot. We apologize for the inconvenience this might cause. With ... Read More »

4th Jan 2018
HTTP/2 is here!

EMWD is now enabling HTTP/2 on our new cloud platform. HTTP/2 is a major revision of the HTTP protocol which is used by the Internet for serving up web content. HTTP is considered a pretty old protocol so there was a need for an update that would allow the HTTP protocol to take advantage of new applications. The main holdback of HTTP/2 ... Read More »

8th Dec 2017
Social Media Sign-In Integrations

EMWD is making client area logins easier for our clients by introducing new social media sign-in integrations. You can now use your Facebook, Google, or Twitter account to automatically log you into your EMWD client area.In order to take advantage of this, a client will need to do the following:1. Log into your client area normally at ... Read More »

2nd Nov 2017
3 Ways EMWD Helps Prevent Email Abuse

Over 100 billion emails get sent per day. Everything from simple out-of-office alerts to account and billing summaries gets transferred across servers, across the web, from person to person. We all have an expectation that the email we send and deliver are protected and secured. However we all know that that isn't always the case. There are ... Read More »

2nd Aug 2017
The New cPanel DNS Zone Editor

Managing DNS Zone records are very important for our clients. It provides them the ability to use various services and service providers for their domain names and sub-domains. DNS records even govern the destination of mail being sent. In cPanel there is now a new feature called Zone Editor that combines 3 previous cPanel tools into one. Instead ... Read More »

23rd Jun 2017
Free SSL Certificates by EMWD

cPanel 58 has been deployed on our shared hosting servers for the past 2 weeks. One of the major perks of this new cPanel version are free SSL certificates provided by cPanel and Comodo. These SSL certificates are DV (domain validated) and are supported by every major browser. They will also be automatically renewed in the future without any input ... Read More »

7th Sep 2016
Introducing Site Publisher

The latest version of cPanel now has a new feature: Site Publisher. Site Publisher, is an easy-to-use static web page generator. With 3 templates to choose from, our customers can have an immediate web presence with just a few clicks from their cPanel dashboard. We offer cPanel on our shared hosting service.For many end users, they simply want to ... Read More »

28th Apr 2016
Become An Affiliate of EMWD

Affiliates are very important to our business in order to generate revenue by having our clienst refer new customers to us. So with that in mind, EMWD has a comprehensive affiliate system featuring recurring commissions offering fixed payouts. You can use your client area to sign-up to become an EMWD affiliate, and to monitor your sign-ups and ... Read More »

3rd Nov 2015
Are You Ready for PayPal Service Upgrade?

If you run an ecommerce store and you accept Paypal then please read the following article for a simple explanation of Paypal's upcoming certificate change: you are running a WordPress site and and you accept Paypal via it, then the above link has a plugin that you can install to test ... Read More »

17th Sep 2015