MySQL 5.7 Updates

Please be aware that over the next few days we will be updating our servers from MySQL version 5.6  to  version 5.7 There are no configuration changes, but customers should be aware that version 5.7 uses something called "strict mode" which, among other things, doesn't allow null values in queries, such as empty date fields etc - and these will ... Read More »

5th Aug 2019
Communication from "Public Domain Registry".

We are receiving reports  from customers that they have been sent an Email referencing ourselves from a company called "Public Domain Registry". Please be aware that this is a legitimate Email. PDR are our domain wholesaler. They are an accredited ICANN registrar and we use them to register domains for our customers. They are required by ICANN ... Read More »

31st Jul 2019
.UK Domains. 25th June deadline.

We would like to make our customers aware that the deadline to claim the .uk version of your registered .co.uk, org.uk, me.uk or ltd.uk domain is up on the 25th June this year. You may have been contacted by Nominet already, explaining that your right to own the .UK ending domain of the same name will cease on that date. We've had some ... Read More »

13th Jun 2019
Discontinuation of Squirrelmail

Please be aware that the Squirrelmail webmail application has now been removed from cpanel. The software hadn't seen any development or updates since 2013 and was essentially an abandoned project. A decision was made to remove it for security reasons. We apologise for the lack of notice. Squirrelmail has been on the cPanel deprecation plan for ... Read More »

1st Mar 2019
GDPR Statement

4UH Limited needs to collect personal information to effectively and compliantly carry out our everyday business functions and activities and to provide the products and services defined by our business type. Such data is collected from employees, customers, suppliers and clients and includes (but is not limited to), name, address, email address, ... Read More »

25th May 2018
Intel CPU Meltdown and Spectre flaws

Some of you may be aware of the recent news relating to a "CPU bug" that has been revealed to exist in all mainstream Intel processors. This vulnerability is known to allow the disclosure of a wide range of information from the computer system using the affected CPU. At this time it is thought that pretty much every Intel based computer system in ... Read More »

5th Jan 2018
UK Counties Updated.

Please be aware that the list of UK counties in our system has changed.We've improved on the info to make it more accurate, with corrections for counties such as "Greater London" "Argyll and Bute" "Bath and north east Somerset" to name but a few. We beleive the list is now fully accurate. We are asking our UK customers to please check your details ... Read More »

5th Jan 2018
SSL Warnings on iOS10 and above?

If you're suddenly seeing "Cannot Verify Server Identity" errors on your Apple iPhone since 22/12/2017, this is due to the mail service certificates on our servers being updated, however it also means that you're not using the correct mail servers in your configuration.This issue affects only customers who are using "mail.domain" as their incoming ... Read More »

22nd Dec 2017
Protecting your site with SSL

It has come to our attention that Google's Chrome browser has recently started to warn visitors browsing any website that is not protected by an SSL certificate, of that site being somehow "not secure". As a result of this we are now receiving an influx of customers wanting to purchase and install SSL certificates on their websites.An SSL ... Read More »

10th Feb 2017
Temporary problem with Globalsign issued SSL certificates

We understand that there is currently a problem with some SSL certificates issued by Globalsign, which may appear as "revoked" in some browsers. Our AlphaSSL certificates are provided by Globalsign.The problem is related to an internal issue at Globalsign and we have been told that most site visitors will not experience any issues. The main ... Read More »

14th Oct 2016