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Wordfence: WordPress security two-factor login

Tuesday, October 29th, 2019 by Helge
wordfence-medallionYou have probably already heard of the term two-factor authentication, maybe you already use it today even with other services? However, what you may not know is that two-factor authentication has more uses than the web, for example, it can be applied to secure the login for your WordPress page. According to estimations, more then 75.000.000 websites are running Wordpress. Unfortunately, its popularity has made the tool a target for people who want to use your website to send spam or spread malicious code. Therefore, any means of securing your website that does not affect its usability may be worth reviewing and may also be used.In this post, we particularly want ...

GeoIP Security

Sunday, April 8th, 2018 by Servage
geoip_wildcardsThe Servage  GeoIP Security supports the use of wildcards to allow IP ranges in addition to specific IPs. This means you can allow entire blocks of IP addresses with one setting, instead of having to add each address individually. What does the GeoIP Security feature do? It enables you to restrict access to login to your Servage account based on the user's country or IP address. You find it in the control panel at "Your Account > GeoIP Login Security". Allowing specific addresses: ... Allowing address ranges: 12.34.56.* This allows any address starting with 12.34.56 12.34.* This allows any address starting with 12.34 ... Allowing countries: Simply select the ...

Auto-install popular scripts. It’s magic!

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 by Servage
Hey, have you ever wondered why so many free scripts are complicated to setup? Why don't they always work out of the box? Exactly! It's annoying! Many Servage users think that way, and I can only agree with you. And it doesn't have to be like that. With the Autoinstaller tool in your Servage account, you can install many of the most common open source scripts within seconds. It's as simple as pressing the mouse button. The need for an Autoinstaller Most open source scripts require somewhere in the area of a few to a lot of things to setup and customize, depending on your hosting account, before it works. This is often because the developers have made ...

Some info about the Servage control panel – directory listing

Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 by Helge
In case you want a web-directory to behave just like any other folder on your local PC, you'll need to enable directory listing in our Servage account. Please check further information regarding to this subject in our Wiki:directorylisting In case of questions, remarks, or webhosting  related questions, please get in touch with our support team via our support ticket system. If you  shouldn't have an Servage account  yet, please contact us via our 24/7 live chat on

Start blogging in 10 minutes

Friday, February 2nd, 2018 by Servage
WordpressSo, you want to have your own blog? There are many ways to accomplish that, and lots of tools out there to help you. I would like to present Wordpress to you, which is one of the most popular, and probably one of the best, blog applications available today. Wordpress can be installed on your Servage account with just a few clicks in the Autoinstaller, whereafter it is easy to further customize your blog with your own theme, plugins/addons etc. So if you want an own blog today, read on. Installing Wordpress Login to the Servage control panel and go to "Tools > Autoinstaller". Choose Wordpress blog, and follow the instructions of the Autoinstaller. Please remember to ...

Some Words for WordPress Vulnerability and Un-hack It

Monday, September 1st, 2014 by Servage
Managing the security of a WordPress website is critical and daunting because analyzing and finding malicious code is taking toll of time for a seasoned WordPress developer and coping with vulnerability is ongoing battle so let's what plan we can make and how to cope with a vulnerability in WordPress website. WordPress Vulnerability and Un-hack It when we receive website security related messages, we give knee jerk reactions against them and try to prevent our website with great efforts. Unfortunately, we had bad experiences despite many precursory steps taken by our hosts as well as our own. Hackers are always there and try to increase their ares of hacking by finding loops in ...

New Control Panel – with Web 2.0 look!

Thursday, September 17th, 2009 by Steffan Sondermark
Lately we have improved our backend considerably with new clustered file systems and the secure high performance ServageOS. Now the time has come to a complete overhaul of the control panel layout we have used the last five years! The new layout is considerably easier to use and includes many web 2.0 components, such as interactive help from the wiki and complete uptime reports. The navigation has been made more dynamic making the control panel faster to use. One of the added benefits with this new CP is that it is designed to make it easier to add new functionality to our service. This will ensure that our service remains state of the art. All enhancements have been made with our customers in ...

Hosting in the cloud

Monday, June 22nd, 2009 by Servage
cloudThe term "cloud" has become highly present in the IT industry during recent times. Making something available or putting something "in the cloud" is a major trend. So what is the fuzz all about? What are those clouds actually doing? Cloud computing is defined as scalable resources made available to users as a service over the Internet. Cloud services are programs running as software as a service within scalable environments. Providers of scalable/cloud resources are for example Google Appspot, Amazon Web Services and most web hosting companies, like ourselves, that offer you a set of resources within a cluster (e.g. cloud) of servers. Take your hosting account as an example: You have your files ...

Encrypt data between your site and visitors

Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 by Servage
combinationlockInformation is vulnerable to spies during the transmission of data between your website and your visitors. All data is sent in packages and can potentially be obtained by third parties. This is especially easy in unencrypted or poorly encrypted wireless networks, where anyone basically can see everything, because it is transmitted right through the air. Therefore using encrypted transmissions for sensitive data is risky, which is why every website should use encrypted transmissions for at least login, signup, ordering and payment procedures. How can I encrypt the data? The encryption of data is done with help of a SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificate. The SSL certificate fulfills multiple purposes, but mainly it ...

Send SMS from your website

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009 by Servage
smsgatewayDo you know how easy it is to send SMS from your website? It can be integrated in minutes and offers a wide range of advantages for you and your users. It could be used to send information, notifications, updates and more to your users. It's only limited by your imagination. Servage Hosting offers an SMS gateway that you can use to send SMS with. You simply add SMS credits to your Servage account and integrate the SMS sending functionality on your site. This could for example be done within a short time with the ready-to-run scripts available in the control panel. This article features two examples of how to ...