Godaddy is famous its domain name registration, but web hosting? probably not a good idea, don’t fall for the low price. Ever since the day godaddy decided to expand its business from domain name registration to webhosting was a bad idea, they’re not expert although they hire someone with expertise on web server still didn’t go well apparently and this is not the first time. Godaddy should have stick with just domain registrar, although they may have make a little more money but now they’re spending more money to fix the problem and soon there will be lawsuit.
On Tuesday, May 5, 2020, 07:49:01 PM EDT, Wordfence <[email protected]> wrote:
A few moments ago, we published a public service announcement (PSA) regarding a security issue which may impact some of our customers.
On May 4, 2020, GoDaddy, one of the world’s largest website hosting providers, disclosed that the SSH credentials of approximately 28,000 GoDaddy hosting accounts were compromised by an unauthorized attacker.
You can find full details and guidance on the official Wordfence blog.
Chloe Chamberland – Threat Analyst
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