Server Wide Form Spamming Protection

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

A common nuisance that plagues site owners, is spam in its many forms. If you are receiving a considerable amount of spam on a daily basis, the first thing you might want to do is make sure you have not listed your email address publicly, or on your website as a mailto: link. Being aware that is is a bad practice to place your email address, or a mailto: link on your website, many...

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New Web Application Firewall

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

In our continuing efforts to increase security and improve the performance of our services, we have implemented a new WAF ( Web Application Firewall ) on all servers with rules that are updated hourly. The new WAF will assist in protecting against a number of rogue bots, bruteforce attacks, injection attacks, known exploits in common open-source software, and many reconnaissance techniques....

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A Note On The Poodle Vulnerability and Changes to Services

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

NoWhere Hostings HTTPS core services are not vulnerable to Poodle. cPanel services have now also had SSLv3 disabled as a precautionary measure.  This will prevent IE6 users from being able to connect to cPanel; we strongly suggest that you upgrade or use an alternate browser. * UPDATED * IMAP and POP3 SSL, with the current attack vector, is not vulnerable.  However our IMAP and POP3 SSL...

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Report Spam and Report Not Spam folders added

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

One important aspect of defeating unsolicited emails and minimizing false positives is to 'train' the Spam detection system. To make this easier for our non-technical users, we have created two new folders in your IMAP and Webmail folders.  Report Spam If you receive a message in your inbox that you are sure is Spam, and isn't marked **SPAM** by our system, you can now move that...

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New RBL added to Spam fighting arsenal

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

In addition to tightening up our access rules on our backup MX servers, we've now included the Spam Eating Monkey SEM-BLACK list to our SMTP time checks. Our battle to reduce SPAM continues!

Dozens of new Top Level Domains Available

Thursday, July 17, 2014

This summer, the new TLDs are just rolling in. Get your new .ninja, .marketing, or .partners domain today! Many others available, and more will become available over the next few weeks. Interested in a specific TLD?  Let us know, it may be available even if it isn't listed. For pricing and to see if your domain is available, visit:...

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Site loading slow? Running a bootstrap theme?

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

It appears that the bootstrap CDN is experiencing some difficulties, although we can find no confirmation from the source. We've removed all links to their CDN from our website and this has resolved our issue. You may need to do the same, as we have no information as to when they may resolve the issue. Please note; we have no connection or affiliation to Bootstrap or their CDN service.

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New Website and Plans Coming Soon!

Thursday, May 8, 2014

As part of an extensive remodel, a new NWH website is on the way.  We're moving towards a new mobile-friendly responsive design. Additionally, new plans will be introduced including a WordPress hosting option that will automatically set up a 'ready to run' WordPress site in just a few clicks, and continuously monitor and update the software for one low price!

Updated Default Currency

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

As part of our upgrade process, we're changing our default currency and pricing from USD to CAD.  As such you may notice some differences in current and past invoices, and USD pricing will be based on current exchange rates.

Barracuda RBL Added

Thursday, April 17, 2014

As SPAM is on the rise, we are continually adding new resources in the war against it. Starting today, any mail originating from an IP listed in the Barracuda Reputation Block List (BRBL) will be not be able to be sent or received by our services. For more information about the Barracuda Reputation Block List, or to check if your IP is listed there, please see...

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