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5 Reasons You Need An SSL Certificate

What is an SSL certificate? SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer and is the standard technology for establishing an encrypted link between your browser and a web server. An SSL certificate is normally available from your hosting company. Although browser security has been around for a long time in 2018

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Christmas Opening Hours 2019

During the Christmas period our phone lines and live chat will be closed but our help-desk will remain open as always for any urgent support issues Office Closure Dates Christmas 2019 Monday Dec 23st – Open 9AM-1:00PMTuesday Dec 24th – ClosedWednesday Dec 25th – ClosedThursday Dec 26th – ClosedFriday Dec

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Bundle offer for new customers .ie domain only €4.99

We are offering new customers a new .ie domain name registration for only €4.99 (normally €19.99) when you purchase any of our Personal hosting or Business hosting plans. The offer applies to annual hosting plans only and the first year of domain registration after which normal recurring price of €24.95/year

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My site contains malware, what does that mean?

This essentially means that your websites security has been compromised and malicious files uploaded to your sites folders. Once those files have been uploaded, then they’ve probably been run automatically. This usually results in more files being downloaded to your sites folders and further code injected into your  files. Code

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Christmas Opening Hours 2018

During the Christmas period our phone lines and live chat will be closed but our help-desk will remain open as always for any urgent support issues Office Closure Dates Christmas 2018 Friday Dec 21st – Open 9AM-1:00PMMonday Dec 24th – ClosedTuesday Dec 25th – ClosedWednesday Dec 26th – ClosedThursday Dec

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Final Call – Get your dot ie domain now, before it’s gone

The rules for registering dot ie domain names are changing. From March 2018, the need to explain why you want a particular name (also called ‘claim to the name’) when registering a dot ie domain name will be removed. This will make it easier and faster to get a dot

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