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1) Specials + Offers: “VPS Pro XL Winter Edition 2016” just available until
March 22nd 2016
2) Support News #1: EUserv App supports server- and domain administration
via Android smartphone
3) Support News #2: Minor improvements of EUserv customer panel
4) Security News: Vulnerability in Linux library Glibc
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1) Specials + Offers: “VPS Pro XL Winter Edition 2016” just available until
March 22nd 2016


EUserv's limited "vServer Pro XL Winter Edition 2016" is just available until March 22nd 2016!

The "vServer Pro XL Winter Edition 2016" is based on the offer "vServer Pro XL" and added with IP addresses and backup storage. The "vServer Pro XL Winter Edition 2016" is ideal for the hosting of multiple websites or shops, or even for use as a mail server. With its 6 IP addresses it also allows to be used as a VPN gateway for private or business customers.

On the commercial side EUserv offers massive discount opportunities in conclusion of longer contract periods:

* 6 month contract: 14,95 EUR / month
* 12 months contract: 9,95 EUR / month
* 24 month contract: 7,95 EUR / month


Technical details:
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* virtualized Rootserver with 2 vCores
* 8 GB RAM + 400 GB Diskspace
* 200 GB free Backup-Space
* 100 Mbit unmetered traffic
* 6x free IPv4 addresses incl. RDNS
* Hosting inside EUserv Datacenter Germany

The offer addresses new and existing customers. Existing customers with existing VPS contracts should check whether an upgrade to the "vServer XL Pro Winter 2016 Edition" is possible via EUserv customer panel. Especially for users of the VPS Trial this offer is an ideal upgrade!

More information and order:
http://go.euserv.org/dW




2) Support News #1: EUserv App supports server- and domain administration
via Android smartphone


The EUserv Android App offers the opportunity to purchase desired domains via smartphone. But also existing EUserv domain, server or VPS contracts can be managed via the app.


Available App Functions for active Server contracts:
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- show server and/or VPS contracts
- choose a server and/or VPS contract
- show server and/or VPS data
- perform a remote server and/or VPS reboot
- perform a server reinstallation
- show server traffic graph statistics (MRTG)
- show live monitoring system (LMS) with checks for power supply, ICMP, SSH, IPv4, IPv6
- manage rescue-system status


Available App features for active domain contracts:
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- show domain contracts
- manage DNS settings
- restore default DNS settings


The EUserv App is available for free in the Google Play Store at the following link:
http://go.euserv.org/dX

Feedback is appreciated in the EUserv Forum:
http://go.euserv.org/e5





3) Support News #2: Minor improvements of EUserv customer panel


Especially interesting for business customers:
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EUserv now provides the opportunity to specify a unique reference number via EUserv customer panel. It will be visible as well in contract details as on invoices and payment receipts.


Better overview of IPv6 addresses:
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Besides the IPv4 address EUserv also displays the IPv6 address in the contract overview for dedicated and virtual servers as far as there exists one for the particular contract.


Login to EUserv customer panel:
http://go.euserv.org/dZ





4) Security News: Vulnerability in Linux library Glibc


Published under designation CVE-2015-7547 security experts revealed a critical vulnerability in the central Linux library Glibc a few days ago. This fault exists in Glibc version 2.9 and younger what means that it will exist in almost all Linux distributions since 2008.

Source of defect is the getaddrinfo() function, which is used to resolve network names. An intentional exploit of this vulnerability offers the opportunity to infiltrate foreign code on an Linux based system via targeted DNS responses so that the resolver may crash and lead to a buffer overflow. As a result previously infiltrated foreign code can be executed on the effected system. Meanwhile there are updates available for most of the important Linux distributions (Debian Ubuntu, Red Hat, Suse). The EUserv security team strongly recommends all server customers to update their systems as soon as possible!


The Google Security Blog provides detailed information regarding the Glibc vulnerability:
https://googleonlinesecurity.blogspot.de/2016/02/cve-2015-7547-glibc-getaddrinfo-stack.html






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