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An unusually high number of WordPress plugin 0-days exploited in March 2021

19.4.2021

In March 2021 Seravo's security monitoring noticed three separate 0-day vulnerabilities in multiple WordPress plugins being exploited. A zero day vul...

Severe 0-day security vulnerability found by Seravo in The Plus Addons for Elementor Page Builder (CVE-2021-24175)

20.3.2021

Security threat monitoring is a part of our upkeep service. Sometimes the monitoring reveals severe 0-day security vulnerabilities, which means vulne...

WordPress 5.7 Esperanza –what’s new?

10.3.2021

WordPress 5.7 was named after jazz bassist Esperanza Spalding. Many updates and improvements are coming up!

Seravo’s WordPress servers are the fastest in the world

17.2.2021

Did you know that Seravo has been ranked as the world’s fastest WordPress hosting service at ismyhostfastyet.com?

Price list change March 1st 2021

29.1.2021

WP Pro and WP Business plans have been with the same price for 5 years. It is time to make a small adjustment. From 1.3.2021 the prices for new orders will be 35€/month for WP Pro and 55€/month for WP Business.

Webinar: Search function and how to customize it

30.12.2020

Seravo’s first webinar of 2021 on January 14th. How to use and customize WordPress search function.

Seravo supports PHP 8.0 already

15.12.2020

Seravo has sponsored making PHP 8.0 available for all users of Debian and Ubuntu. Seravo was probably the first hosting provider to support PHP 8.0 for WordPress.

WordPress 5.6 is out

9.12.2020

New WordPress 5.6 published. Support for PHP 8.0 and many updates to REST API

What’s new in PHP 8?

19.11.2020

On November 26th 2020, there will be a new version of PHP released. This new release has a number of new features, as well as implementing some non-backward compatible changes. Seravo has already started testing and deploying the release candidates of PHP 8.0 to our servers.

WordPress.Org Calls For PHP 8.0 Testers: Seravo Answers

28.10.2020

On October 6th 2020, the WordPress Core team put out a call for testers. Specifically, there was a requirement for testing WordPress with PHP 8.0 rel...