Magento Enterprise Edition 1.14.2 and Community Edition 1.9.2

Magento Enterprise Edition 1.14.2 and Community Edition 1.9.2 has been released giving users even more power to accelerate their growth through enhanced merchandising tools and deeper business insights. Key new features include: New automated product category sorting capabilities for Enterprise Edition that make merchandising faster and consistently highlight top performing and profitable products. Integration of […]

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Recent Critical Magento Security Patch Warnings

A few of our customers might have received an email last evening (16 Apr 2015) about the latest patches available for your Magneto installation. The subject of the email must have been something by the lines – Critical Reminder: Download and install Magento security patches. You might also have noticed a warning in your Magento […]

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Use a Gravatar to personalise your account

SimpleServers new backend makes use of a Gravatar (http://en.gravatar.com). This would mean, if you have a Gravatar set up at WordPress.com, you’ll be able to use it here with us, and we can see each other on your ticket threads. As you’d already know, an “avatar” is an image that represents you online – a […]

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Google Consider Penalising Website Owners Without SSL

Google have proposed to display a warning on websites using the Chrome browser that do not use HTTPS (SSL). Security experts broadly welcomed this proposal but said it may cause confusion initially. Encrypted Data In talks between Chrome and Google developers it has been said they were surprised that this was not already a feature […]

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Magento Community 1.9.1 Released

We are excited  to report that Magento Community Edition 1.9.1 has been released! It offers  a new set of features that help create compelling shopping experiences across multiple devices. Magento Community Edition 1.9.1 includes the following new features: Configurable swatches enable merchants to show off a range of product attributes, such as colors, fabrics, or […]

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What is the Shellshock Bash bug?

By now you may have heard about a new bug found in the Bash shell. This bug, nick named “Shellshock”, affects the Unix command shell “Bash,” which happens to be one of the most common applications in those systems. This vulnerability affects the shell known as Bash (Bourne Again SHell), which is installed on *Nix […]

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Son of Magento Godzilla Server build

We have just launched our biggest and best Magento cluster to date, nicknamed ‘Son of Godzilla’ in reference to our original Godzilla build here [break][/break] [break][/break] This is our most powerful and condensed Magento cluster to date. We have nick named it ‘Son of Godzilla’. This beast lets rip with 100% Samsung Pro SSD raid ten storage and the super […]

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New Data Floor Build

We are pleased to announce that we have started work on our new data floor, adding extra capacity and resilience to our existing infrastructure. This will be a two part plan with a new build out of flooring, racks and power due for completion September 2014. These racks have been provisioned at the high specification […]

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Samsung 850 PRO SSD 256GB Review

Despite being introduced a couple of years ago now, Samsung’s 840 PRO continues to find itself at the top of performance tree, with other manufacturers playing catch up. Samsung has now launched the 850 PRO, the replacement for the SSD 840 PRO. The 850 PRO uses of a new type of NAND. Typically, the focus […]

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Insecure Nonce Generation in WPtouch

If you use the popular WPtouch plugin (5m+ downloads) on your WordPress site, you should update it immediately.   This was discovered yesterday, it’s a very dangerous vulnerability that could potentially allow a user with no administrative privileges, who was logged in (like a subscriber or an author), to upload PHP files to the target […]

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