Release 6181: Upgraded Let’s Encrypt client

In this release we have upgraded our Let’s Encrypt client Dehydrated to version 0.6.2, which fully supports version 2 of the Let’s Encrypt ACME protocol. Existing users should not notice any changes, the only difference is that dehydrated should be invoked with the –accept-terms flag if used for the first time:

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Release 6139: Updated Hypernode Magerun Addons

In this release we have updated the default installation of the open source n98-magerun plugin bundle for Hypernode to the latest version. The previous version that we had installed by default was 20180112.220302, the new version will be 20190121.155345. You can check out the package changelog to see exactly what those changes entail. Notable changes: […]

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Release 6123: Server-side mitigation for Adminer vulnerability probes

In this release we have deployed an addition to the default user configurable NGINX configuration which will block vulnerability probes on Adminer. Adminer is a phpMyAdmin-like single file PHP script that you can install in your shop as an easy web-interface for MySQL. Yesterday, Hypernode co-founder and security researcher Willem de Groot discovered that an […]

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Release 6094: Deploy common NGINX configurations using the hypernode-api

In this release we have added functionality to the hypernode-api that allows users to easily and safely deploy some common NGINX on their Hypernode(s). The rules that we currently expose enable blocking known bot traffic and blocking traffic from some specific countries from which we’ve seen a lot of bot traffic but in which our […]

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Release 6079: Opt-in disable stopwords for MyISAM Search Indexes

In this release we have added a new setting to the hypernode-api to make it possible to disable the built-in stopword file for MyISAM search indexes. In MySQL, the default stopword list for MyISAM tables makes it so that some common words are ignored in certain queries. This means that if you have products or […]

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Release 6068: Better flapping detection in emergency rescue and more

In this release we have adapted our emergency rescue automation to better decide when to continue with performing automated steps to rescue the server instead of deciding that it is up again and leaving it be. When a node is down, alongside with alerting the on-call technician, we automatically try to detect various known issues […]

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20190107.1 – Show loading icon for Premium users and bug fixes

Show loading icon for Premium users With the recent addition of running checks in batches and ordering them by failure we accidentally got rid of the loading/scanning icon for premium users. This has now been fixed so premium users can see when MageReport is still busy scanning for checks and retrieving performance information. Interested in […]

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Release 6064: RabbitMQ can be accessed via the hypernode-vpn

In this release we have updated our configuration to make it possible for RabbitMQ to be accessed via the hypernode-vpn. Earlier this week we mentioned that to access the RabbitMQ admin interface you could tunnel the tcp port over SSH, but now it is also possible to connect to it through the VPN similar to […]

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Release 6052: RabbitMQ on Hypernode

In this release we deploy the possibility for Hypernodes to run RabbitMQ. Now that Magento 2.3 has been released, RabbitMQ can be used on Magento Open Source installations. Previously it was already possible to use RabbitMQ in the Enterprise version of Magento 2, or with the help of custom third party modules. While Hypernode has […]

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Release 6047: trials have more specs

In this release, we’ve equipped our trials with more specs. New customers trying out our platform for free now get 3 cores, 4G memory and 62G storage (before: 2c-2G-44G). Of course, all features like Sphinx, Varnish, New Relic, Blackfire are still included. Also (spoiler alert!) RabbitMQ will very soon be available on trials. Magento 2 […]

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