Just my $0.02 worth but it doesn't sound like the host updates squat.
If they don't have the latest version of PHP they're not going to be
keeping anything up to date therefore alleviating any potential security
And, if there answer for updating PHP is "we can move you to Windows" I
would be going right back to them and telling them to be a host and take
care of the customer's needs. My needs being catch up with the versions
of tools that I need and don't try to move me to another platform that I
On 02/03/[masked]:47 AM, Jason wrote:
> Why are you guys consulting clients and failing to actually [consult] them? How much systems administration knowledge does your client have? Are they a veteran of server security? Choosing a web host without council is a bad move. Choosing a web host against council doubly so.
> Question #1 regarding a potential host: "Does the host regularly and consistently upgrade their daemons and remove known exploits?"