Month: December 2010

  • WordPress mass update script 3.04 – Urgent

    From the guys at wordpress We’ve fixed a pretty critical vulnerability in WordPress’ core HTML sanitation library, and because this library is used lots of places it’s important that everyone update as soon as possible. I realize an update during the holidays is no fun, but this one is worth putting down the eggnog for. […]

  • Happy holidays 2010

    Thank you to all our wonderful customers for your business in 2010. We have had a great time setting up servers and helping out with so many varied and interesting environments. And helping our customers launch some cool websites. A number of our staff are taking a break over Christmas and the New Year to […]

  • Launchtime twitter competition

    Know an open source developer that is looking to launch their application?  Help them out by nominating them in our Launchtime VPS twitter competition. Yesterday we , the VPS-focused RimuHosting website. Today we would like to help some open source software developers launch their own website.  Competition-style for a bit of fun. Up […]

  • Introducing Launchtime VPS hosting

    We are uber-happy to announce the 2010 UI RimuHosting website refresh.  And it is not all merely fresh fonts, headers, footers and colors.  We have a new ordering system to make it quicker and easier to get a new server up and running.  Simplified navigation.  A new domain.  And setup-as-part-of-the-order-process. domain: First up there […]

  • Proftpd exploitable versions

    Due the severity of the proftp bug, and the mixed systems and versions in the VPSs, we many customers have switched to use vsftp, others just started using sftp, regardless that we have the following notes for customers willing to enable proftpd again: The bug affects versions >= 1.3.2rc3, for more information: Here is […]

  • Forwarding email from one host to a new after migration

    It seems a lot of people will move to a new server and want all the old email stuck in /var/mail – its not as easy as it seems to get the email migrated according to google, so I thought i would document it. If you have IMAP available, simply add the new account and […]


    Its that time again, yet another release of wordpress is out, and this one seems important due to a few exploits. Read up here more about it