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 Help! I can't access my email or website. Is the server down?

Server downtime at DeafVision is extremely rare. While server issues do happen every now and...

 I've lost my cPanel password. Can you reset it?

Lost PasswordsWe are happy to reset it for you. For security purposes, DeafVision does not keep a...

 Tips on Changing Webmasters

Your term has expired (or will soon expire) and it's time to pass on the torch to someone new....

 Two Authorized Contacts Per Account Limit

DeafVision allows for two authorized contacts per account. Whomever is listed in the Customer...

 How secure are DeafVision servers?

Very. Since our founding in 1997, DeafVision has always made server security of paramount...

 How do I change my cPanel password?

To change your cPanel password:1) Log into cPanel:http://my_domain.com/cpanelThis will...

 FYI: DeafVision Servers Secure from Latest Shellshock Vulnerability

October 2014Tests have been run on all DeafVision servers to ensure they are not vulnerable to...

 DeafVision Servers Unaffected by Heartbleed Bug

April 2014A major Internet bug named the "Heartbleed Bug" was recently discovered. Many websites...

 Attention WordPress Software Users

ATTENTION WORDPRESS SOFTWARE USERS: Please ensure that your WordPress installs and plugins are...

 Please do your part to help keep our servers secure

A friendly reminder: If you are using Joomla, Wordpress, Drupal or any other software scripts and...

 Are your scripts up-to-date?

We take server security very seriously at DeafVision and have spared no expense when it comes to...

 Flash tutorial: Why a good password is important

Check out this still relevant tutorial from our old flash tutorial series that explains why a...

 Why doesn't DeafVision use email?