NoFrillsCloud COVID-19 Update

  You're probably reading messages like this from all directions, but we just wanted to let you know what we are doing to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.   Our Hosting Network We are seeing a higher level of network activity as more people are staying at home to maintain social distancing. CloudFlare has an interesting article about how ... Read More »

17th Mar 2020
NoFrillsReseller is now NoFrillsCloud!

  We have exciting news to share!  After 9 years of being in business as NoFrillsReseller, we have officially rebranded to NoFrillsCloud!  This is to better reflect the major changes and improvements we have made going into the new 2020 decade. Expect the same state of the art hardware and cutting edge software backed by the team of ... Read More »

30th Jan 2020
Doubled Bandwidth on Reseller Plans!

We have good news for existing NFR clients!  Along with our recent major improvements to our services, we are happy to announce that we have doubled the bandwidth for all of our existing Reseller Hosting clients!  Our network is now powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), the world's leading Cloud infrastructure provider. With network ... Read More »

12th Nov 2019
Major Improvements Coming Soon!

After more than 8 years, we are now spinning out NoFrillsReseller to be independent from Aspiration Hosting. This means that NFR will no longer be a step child but a full-fledged provider with an independent team behind it who will spend more time and effort in running and improving our services. You will soon see some major improvements to ... Read More »

15th Oct 2019
SSLv3 Disabled Due to POODLE Bug

Engineers at Google found a new vulnerability in SSL version 3.0 (SSLv3) and they call it POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption). The vulnerability allows an attacker to add padding to a request in order to then calculate the plaintext of encryption using the SSLv3 protocol. Effectively, this allows an attacker to compromise the ... Read More »

15th Oct 2014
Heartbleed Bug Patched for All Servers

We are happy to announce that the Heartbleed Bug (CVE-2014-0160) is patched for all our servers which are vulnerable to it. Along with the patch we are required to perform a restart to services which are affected, including LiteSpeed Web Server, cPanel & WHM, Mail Services, FTP Services, etc and there was a brief service interruptions due to ... Read More »

8th Apr 2014
WP Super Cache & W3TC Security Update

If you have a WordPress blog or website that has the WP Super Cache or W3 Total Cache plugins installed, this will affect you. Please make sure that your plugins have the following minimum version:- - WP Super Cache: 1.3 - W3 Total Cache: You can find the plugin's version by going to your WordPress Admin --> Plugins --> Installed ... Read More »

25th Apr 2013
WordPress Brute Force Attack

If you have a website or blog that is running on WordPress, this will affect you. There is a very widespread Brute Force Attack targeting all WordPress installations across the globe. This affects all WordPress installations with any and every hosting providers, not just us. Here are a few tips which we recommend you to follow to prevent your ... Read More »

13th Apr 2013
Partnership with 2CheckOut

As some of you may know, Aspiration Hosting is using 2CheckOut to process credit card payments. We are now partnering with 2CheckOut to offer our clients a waiver of the application fee with them when you use the coupon code ASPIRATION2CO. 2CheckOut (2CO) is a worldwide leader in payments and e-commerce services. 2CO powers online sellers with a ... Read More »

3rd Jun 2012
Best RatePoint Alternative: ShopperApproved

As some of you may know, RatePoint, the leading customer review service is closing down very soon. We at Aspiration Hosting were using RatePoint ourselves until the day they announced the sudden closure. Many ex-RatePoint users are scrambling around the web to find an alternative to RatePoint and at the same time try to save their reviews and ... Read More »

2nd Feb 2012