Category Archives: SSL

Secure your site now!

In July, Google Chrome browsers will begin to flag every website that does not use HTTPS encryption.

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A Review of New Features and Updates

You may have noticed a number of changes at Cloud Next over the last few months.  These have been the culmination of a large investment of  time and money in our hosting platform and infrastructure.  We thought we’d give you … Continue reading

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HTTP/2 Enabled

We’re pleased to announce we’ve deployed HTTP/2 support to all load balancers, so if you’re using an SSL Certificate you’re already taking advantage of the new protocol.

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New Stack Hosting Platform

As most customers are now aware and will have been migrated to, we have launched our new Stack Hosting Platform!

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New! Cloudflare Integration

Cloud Next is excited to announce our partnership with CloudFlare. If you haven’t heard about CloudFlare before, their value proposition is simple: they’ll make any website twice as fast and protect it from a broad range of web threats.

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Why migrate from HTTP to HTTPS?

Beginning this month, Google Chrome 56 will start showing a warning for unencrypted sites that collect passwords or credit card information, labelling them as “not secure”. According to the official announcement on the Google Security Blog, this is the first … Continue reading

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Always-On SSL

When people think about SSL certificates, they’ll usually consider them useful for protecting certain aspects of a website, such as the checkout section when buying something online, or perhaps on a larger scale, online banking or webmail. Having a non-secure … Continue reading

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