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2017/04/23 Starting May 1st, Email port 25 will be blocked for LTT ADSL, WiMAX and FTTH Customers.

This is done to comply with international best practices that aim to reduce spam and prevent open mail relays as well as reduce emails sent by computer viruses. What you need to do? We are asking you and other impacted customers to change your email program settings to port 465, which provides more security. You will be unable to send email over port 25 once it is disabled, and you will need to update your settings to port 465 in order to continue to send email. Please click the link below for your current email software and follow the step-by-step instructions to change your settings. Outlook 2010 / 2013 / 2016 Outlook 2007 Apple OS X Mail Thunderbird Mail Android Mail Apple IOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod) Mail Don't see your email software? Simply locate the preferences for your mail account in the software you currently use, and input the following settings: Outgoing… Read More »

2016/05/02 Free SSL Certificates for Everyone

This is part of the global initiative led by EFF (Electronic Frontiers Foundation) within its program titled “Encrypt the Web“. We want every person and web site, no matter their size or skill, to reap the benefits of HTTPS. “Let’s Encrypt” will dramatically reduce the technical barriers to implementing HTTPS on a broad scale. What is HTTPS? Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is the secure version of HTTP, the protocol over which data is sent between your browser and the website that you are connected to.The ‘S’ at the end of HTTPS stands for ‘Secure’. It means all communications between your browser and the website are encrypted. What is a HTTPS\SSL Certificate? When you request a HTTPS connection to a webpage, the website will initially send its SSL certificate to your browser. This certificate contains the public key needed to begin the secure session. Based on this initial exchange,… Read More »

2015/08/03 Libyan Spider expands from the web to the cloud

Builds new cloud on OnApp to provide local businesses with world-class cloud hosting The Libyan Spider cloud aims to attract local businesses who are not well-served by global cloud providers such as Amazon and Microsoft, as well as providing a way for enterprise clients to migrate from traditional dedicated servers to the cloud. Libyan Spider’s cloud aims to help these businesses maintain high performance for their applications while providing significant improvements in flexibility and redundancy, with the ability to scale easily as they grow their business. Mohamed Ayad, Business Development Manager at Libyan Spider, said: “We wanted to build our new cloud services on the best possible technology. OnApp was the obvious choice, because it delivers everything that we need, and everything our customers need, and it’s very easy to use. With our new cloud service we hope to provide a more flexible, more cost-effective and easier-to-use alternative to ‘global’… Read More »