Category: System Updates

EBN System Update #25

Posted on 08/11/2018


by Gasper Vozel

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For the last 6 months, we’ve been working hard on making EBN source code as easy to maintain as possible. The majority of EBN is written in Python and as some of you know the End of Life for Python 2.7 has been set to 2020 (ref). I’m happy to announce that we’ve already rewritten […]

EBN now has one-click Enable HTTPS

Posted on 14/06/2018


by Dejan Murko

Let’s Encrypt is rapidly advancing secure website encryption with their free SSL. We also see more and more EBN users requesting the certificate, so we’ve decided to create a button that will enable it for you in one-click. You can find the button above the Report Problem. Once the blog has enabled HTTPS, it will show […]

EBN browser extensions for faster login to your blogs

Posted on 23/05/2018


by Admin EBN

We’ve just published Firefox and Chrome extensions that make it easier for you to log into your EBN blogs. All you need to do is connect the extension to your account, and then you can manage your blogs directly from your browser. Read the help article for instructions on how to install and use the extensions. […]

New Enterprise plans for easier upgrades

Posted on 17/05/2018


by Dejan Murko

The more history of security and safety EBN has, the more Agency customers are joining our service. That’s why we decided to make it easier to upgrade between larger plans. In the past, there were big jumps between plans and the higher you moved, the more blogs you needed to add in bulk. The biggest […]

You can now install blogs with ‘www’ directly from the Add Blog form

Posted on 25/04/2018


by Marbe Ralozo

In the past, if you wanted to have www in the address of the blog, you needed to go through the WordPress settings dashboard. From today on, you can just add it in the domain field of the Add Blog form (without http://). This will simplify the process of adding a blog even further, making […]

Security while traveling and using WiFi

Posted on 27/12/2017


by Janez Troha

I recently attended a conference where I had to stay in a not cheap hotel that had shared WiFi. Being a curious person (as any Mr. Robot fan would be), I wondered how secure accessing the Internet there really is. Well, as you might have guessed, it’s horrible.  I could see every guest’s device on […]

Easy Blog Networks System Update #14

Posted on 19/08/2015


by Dejan Murko

Here are the last month’s tasks: Added hundreds of new IPs and decreased overlap between users. Server randomization measures taken to differentiate our servers. Automatic deindexed blogs removal for cleaner server neighborhood. Two third party audits done for footprints and security. Over 100 other minor issues resolved. Things in progress: New blog info page with blog analytics. New hosting providers, DNS […]

Your Questions and Issues Addressed

Posted on 01/10/2014


by Dejan Murko

We’ve received a lot of feedback on our survey and I wanted to address a few common questions below. Missing cPanel Features Only 40% of current respondents said they miss features from cPanel – which in our opinion is a very low number since most people use cPanel on a daily basis. Below I address […]