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Rzeszow, Poland – HostBill, a popular billing and automation software for web hosting industry has recently launched a set of tools integrated with Plesk: Plesk Key Administrator module to resell Plesk licenses and two new extensions to their Plesk module: Plesk DNS Helper and Plesk Service Plan Sync tool.

Plesk Key Administrator
Plesk Key Administrator module for HostBill allows to resell Plesk Software licenses (such as Plesk, Virtuozzo and more) and add-ons. With HostBill the licenses are created, provisioned and terminated automatically, making the reselling process completely hassle-free. The users can also set automatic renewal that could significantly improve the license management process. The end-clients can display the license details, change license IP, check license keys, activation and content in HostBill’s user-friendly client area. The admin panel on the other hand gives full control over the billing information and account lifecycle. The admin can also choose which client area functions end-customers will have access to.


Plesk DNS Helper
Plesk DNS Helper is and extension to the Plesk module and was created to help connect Plesk installations with one of the HostBill-supported DNS services: Power DNS, Power DNS Slave Zones, OnApp DNS, cPanel DNS or any other DNS that HostBill supports.

As Plesk handles DNS really well, but it’s more suited for single-install deployments, HostBill created the extension for users who want to deploy multiple Plesk instances and manage single DNS server (master) rather than multiple ones. The extension also helps to hook up PowerDNS to store slave zones, while the Plesk would keep master zone records.

With the Plesk DNS Helper extension installed in HostBill, any time new DNS zone is created / updated / deleted in Plesk, the extension notifies HostBill about it and HostBill then “decides” what to do next. It can push this zone to real master nameserver, notify secondary nameserver to create/update slave zone and after exporting such zone, HostBill can assign it to the related customer

As a result slave DNS (any supported by HostBill) will be notified automatically about new zones in Plesk or Plesk DNS will not be used to handle DNS queries, but as a source of data for actual DNS server that handles requests.

With this approach you can benefit from flexible & automated DNS templates built into Plesk on any central DNS server you wish to use with it.

Plesk Service Plan Sync tool
Plesk Service Plan Sync tool was developed to help manage service plans and addons changes across unlimited Plesk installations with ease. This extension is a real problem-solver especially for hosting companies that use more than one Plesk installation. This automated tool will help to keep multiple service plans and addons in sync between different installations.

The tool allows to create multiple configurations (for separate Windows/Linux Plesk installations or different installations for different purposes) that consist of Plesk servers. In each configuration you can select source server, that will serve as a source of actual plans & addons configuration. Other Plesk servers within configuration will have plans updated, and missing plans created according to the source plan with a single click of a button.

The Plesk Service Plan Sync tool will track what plans/addons/plan settings are missing or different compared to the source server and show those differences. You can then run a synchronization process and as a result all plans and addons missing will be added to target server and plansand addons with matching names but conflicting configurations will have their configurations updated to match those in source Plesk. Moreover, if you’re syncing Plesk with minor configuration/version/extensions differences you can setup overrides that will be prevented from overwritting when creating/updating plans and addons on this server, as well as when comparing it with target server.

Plesk Service Plan Sync Tool can be of use to you if you want to update your plans in bulk, add new plan to all your installations or add new Plesk installation.

About HostBill
HostBill is a powerful and flexible, all-in-one automation, billing, client management and support platform for online businesses. HostBill handles all aspects of running a successful online business, from client acquisition, through invoicing and payment collection, automated service provisioning and management, to customer service and support. Extensive range of advanced features, multitude of modules and apps and integration with various various control panels, domain registrars, payment gateways, order pages, client panels and more, make it the most comprehensive solution on the market for Hosting, Cloud/IaaS/VPS Solutions Providers, Domain name and SSL Resellers around the globe to automate and manage their online businesses.

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Plesk, the leading WebOps platform provider, recently announced that it has acquired the VPS (virtual private server) and IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service) management system called SolusVM from OnApp. SolusVM (Solus Virtual Manager) platform allows enterprises to manage OpenVZ, Xen and KVM virtual machines from a single point. It comes with a web-based and customizable user interface using which customers can easily manage the virtual servers. The VPS management system of SolusVM is designed for cloud service providers (CSPs) and resellers, which supports several billing systems and virtualization technologies. With the acquisition, Plesk aims to provide CSPs and web professionals a single solution for web operations. “We’re very happy to have Solus Virtual Manager and their complete VPS management solution on board. SolusVM lets companies of any size manage virtual machines – from one central user interface, with security and ease. Firstly, makes it a breeze for service providers,…
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Arlington Heights, IL – GigeNET, an innovator in resilient managed cloud and dedicated hosting, reaffirms partnership with cPanel to mark 15 years of selling cPanel licensing.

“cPanel has been so instrumental in the creation of the hosting industry I think you would be hard pressed to imagine the web host industry without it. A lot of what we do today, be it Cloud, or IaaS, or shared, has roots in how cPanel defined the industry,” said Ameen Pishdadi, Founder and President of GigeNET.


15 years ago GigeNET sold its first cPanel license. A few months later (in 2004), GigeNET registered as an official cPanel partner. And since then has signed on numerous shared, VPS, and cloud hosting providers along with customers who want cPanel’s DevOps in a box approach.

GigeNET recently recertified all support on both cPanel and WHM Administration and System Administration certifications. On top of following cPanel certification, the GigeNET team also created their own internal study and testing materials to keep the information fresh.

“cPanel is the industry standard for server control and defined the business model for our shared hosters,” said Joe De Paolo, SVP of Products at GigeNET. “Furthermore, it is cPanel’s tiered resale-ability and ease of control that makes system administration and devops easy for the end user.”

GigeNET released new managed services last year and finalized cPanel Managed Services offerings. By combining the feature set of cPanel and GigeNET’s support customers can focus on what they love instead of system administration or developer operations of their IT environments.

“GigeNET is a valued long time cPanel Partner and has a network that is nothing short of amazing! They have proven to provide quality servers and fantastic network protection needed to succeed in hosting” says Eric Ellis, cPanel’s VP of Customer Experience.

To learn more about GigeNET, visit http://www.GigeNET.com. Or to learn more about how cPanel can help your company visit http://www.GigeNET.com/cPanel/.

About GigeNET
GigeNET is your Hosting Partner for Life. We are your trusted collaborator for offloading your IT requirements and moving your business forward. As the first company to provide complete and fully automated DDoS protection, GigeNET is the leader in Resilient Cloud and Dedicated Managed Hosting. Businesses partner with GigeNET to solve their IT infrastructure problems with custom solutions that nurture continued growth.

About cPanel
Since 1997, cPanel has been delivering the web hosting industry’s most reliable and intuitive web hosting automation software. The robust automation software helps businesses thrive and allows them to focus on more important things. Customers and partners receive first-class support and a rich feature set, making cPanel & WHM® the Hosting Platform of Choice. For more information about cPanel, visit https://cpanel.com.

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NEW YORK – ResellerClub, part of Endurance International Group and a leading provider of cloud infrastructure and web hosting, announced the launch of Website Themes, Plugins and Logos as downloadable products on their platform. Last year, Shridhar Luthria, Vice President, Channel Partnerships at Endurance International Group, laid out ResellerClub’s marketplace vision for web pros – the vision to be a one-stop solutions provider, empowering web professionals with tools needed to build robust solutions for their customers. This recent addition of a slew of products such as templates, scripts, logos, etc. which web designers and developers use frequently, helps ResellerClub take a step toward this vision.

ResellerClub’s list of newly added themes are optimized for popular CMSs such as WordPress, Joomla, Magento, Weebly, Drupal, OpenCart and Shopify. All themes and templates are built to be entirely responsive.


Plugins include WordPress plugins, Magento Extensions, JavaScript code, HTML5 code & more. Along with plugins, CMSs and themes, ResellerClub’s marketplace offers 7000+ logos in multiple formats to enable designers as well as small businesses to use logos for business cards, stationery brochures, websites, and more.

Speaking about the launch, Shridhar Luthria said, “With this new launch, we bring thousands of themes, plugins and logos – a perfect solution for web professionals who don’t always have the bandwidth to build something from scratch. With this we can enable web pros to choose from a variety of niche and multi-purpose themes with carefully curated designs, popular plugins and more. We’re excited about this launch as this is a huge step in our effort to establish ResellerClub as a one-stop marketplace for web pros.”

The launch of these tools on ResellerClub follows several other new products that were added to the existing suite including Weebly Website Builder, G Suite by Google Apps and hosting from HostGator, Bluehost and more.

This launch brings fully responsive layouts, themes for online stores with WooCommerce-ready designs, plugins to enable extended functionality, themes with pre-configured layouts, logos in formats usable for various business requirements and a few free options as well.

For more information, visit: http://www.resellerclub.com

About ResellerClub
ResellerClub was founded with the objective of offering domain names and hosting products to Web Designers, Developers and Web Hosts. Today, ResellerClub has evolved into a one-stop-shop marketplace for all products and services that a Web professional can use to enable small businesses to build a meaningful web presence. ResellerClub offers Shared Hosting, Cloud Hosting, Dedicated Servers, VPS, Email, Backup, Security and more with multi-brand options in many of these categories to empower choice. ResellerClub also offers a comprehensive solution to register and manage 500+ gTLDs, ccTLDs and new domains. Through the platform customized for Web Professionals, ResellerClub envisions provisioning the widest variety of Web Presence products, PaaS and SaaS based tools.

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SOUTHFIELD, MI – Future Hosting, a managed VPS and dedicated server hosting provider, advises Drupal hosting clients who have not patched their site recently to check for signs of compromise or malware infection. Drupal sites that have not been patched against the “Drupalgeddon2” vulnerabilities may have already been compromised.

The Drupal project released a series of patches to fix a remote code vulnerability at the end of March. Further patches will be released on April 25 and sites should be upgraded when the new patches are available.

“Future Hosting is home to thousands of Drupal sites and we’re seeing a constant flood of attacks using this vector,“ said Maulesh Patel, VP of Operations of Future Hosting, “The attacks are so widespread that it is unlikely that any unpatched Drupal site on the web will escape being compromised.”

More than a million websites are based on Drupal. The vulnerability can be used to gain complete access to a Drupal site’s code and data by sending a payload to a known URL — a process that is easy to automate. Patched sites are safe, but unpatched sites are being hacked by automated botnets.

Hosting clients with sites based on Drupal 7 should upgrade to at least Drupal 7.58. Sites based on Drupal 8.5.X should be updated to Drupal 8.5.3. Patches have been released for Drupal 8.4, but earlier 8.X versions are unsupported. Patches are available for Drupal 6 via the Drupal 6 LTS project.

Future Hosting advises that Drupal sites that have not already been patched should be checked for the presence of malware using a reliable malware scanning tool.

About Future Hosting, LLC
Founded in 2001, Future Hosting is a privately held leading Internet solutions provider specializing in managed hosting, including Dedicated Servers, Virtual Private Servers, and Hybrid Virtual Private Servers. The company has built a strong reputation for its high-quality service, innovative pricing models, and 3-hour Service Level Agreement. Future Hosting is based in Southfield, Michigan.

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VANCOUVER, BC – Canadian Web Hosting, a leading provider in web hosting, cloud hosting, and data centre infrastructure, has announced that it has once again successfully completed its annual independent audit for Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type II, in accordance to AT 101, making this its eight consecutive year of completion.

The SOC 2 Type II audit was conducted for the period between February 1, 2017 and January 31, 2018 and examined all of Canadian Web Hosting’s services, including dedicated server hosting, cloud hosting, Canadian colocation, and web hosting services. The audit process scanned Canadian Web Hosting’s compliance to industry best practices, covering controls, processes and procedures. Upon completion, it was determined that its control activities were compliant and the company displayed the ability to effectively operate throughout the reporting period.


Canadian Web Hosting is AT 101 SOC 2 Type II compliant to meet data and security requirements for its customers. The SOC 2 Type II report is available upon request and can be obtained by customers, members of the media, or other interested individuals.

One of Canadian Web Hosting’s core missions is to help businesses meet their certification requirements in accordance with AT 101 (formerly SAS70 and CSAE 3416 Type II), which meets the new international service organization standards for Type I and Type II reporting. As a result, its web hosting customers that have services including dedicated servers, VPS, cloud servers, cloud computing, cloud storage, and/or shared hosting can feel confident that they are in a secure environment equipped with the proper controls for internet operations and highly available IT services.

“Canadian Web Hosting has always understood the need to provide customers with a reliable, safe and secure hosting environment. By going through our annual AT101 SOC 2 Type II audit, we assure our customers that we are committed to this,” said Kings Wong, VP of Operations at Canadian Web Hosting and Certified Information Security Manager (CISM). “Our clients can feel assured that they are receiving the technology, support and verifiable processes that exceed industry standards for compliance.”

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