Bash Vulnerability

Bash Vulnerability

There has been a critical vulnerability found in Bash which affects Linux distributions that use or have Bash installed. More details about the issue can be found here: We would ask all our VPS clients to ensure you keep your systems up to date – naturally this is taken care of by us automatically […]

Vibe VPS – Our new cloud venture

The result of over 3 years of careful research and development, VibeVPS ushers in a new era for cloud – utilising next generation technology to provide true enterprise-grade resilience and power at a fraction of the expected cost. VibeVPS have worked closely with Dell and OnApp, and are pioneers in deploying the new joint platform. […]

What is an SSL Certificate?

You may have come across the term SSL, or Secure Socket Layer, whilst surfing the Internet. And you’ve probably seen a little yellow or green lock in the address bar, when shopping online or signing into one of your online accounts. But what is it for and why do you need it? What is an […]

What is ‘The Cloud’?

The Cloud has become one of the most overused buzzwords in IT. We tend to know what it means to consumers – it’s the kind of thing that Apple does so well such as online backup and synchronisation. But when it comes to hosting, there is a strange  secret about the Cloud:  no one can […]

VPS Cloud Product Launch

Our new VPS Cloud solution has just gone live. Nativespace VPS Cloud delivers enterprise level technology at highly affordable prices. Some of the advantages: • Reliability and Uptime – self-healing technology rebuilds failed web sites automatically in minutes. True High Availability. • Scalability – instantly scale resources up or down on demand. You need not worry about capacity constraints. […]

We are 10 years old!

WE ARE 10 YEARS OLD! In 2013 we will be celebrating our 10 year anniversary! We’re proud to have been one of the most highly regarded and loved hosting companies for a decade – but we’re not resting on our laurels, and are working on huge, exciting plans for the future. NEW SERVERS After 12 months […]

Choosing a secure password

Basics Use at least eight characters, the more characters the better really, but most people will find anything more than about 15 characters difficult to remember. Use a random mixture of characters, upper and lower case, numbers, punctuation, spaces and symbols. Don't use a word found in a dictionary, English or foreign. Never use the […]