We have performed an unscheduled reboot of the server to correct an internal problem with the Lightweight Virtual Environment (LVE) system.
Security news this week was dominated by the vulnerability in the the GNU Bash and Bourne Again Shell. This post is to allay any fears and confirm that all our servers are safe from this vulnerability.
Windows server WWW-24 experienced a problem today that required a reboot. All services are back to normal again.
The new ORG.ZA domain registry is now live, and we are accepting new domain registrations and transfers again.
Shorter, sharper .UK domain names are now available alongside .CO.UK domains. If you are the owner of a .CO.UK domain, then the .UK equivalent may have been reserved for you.
As always, thanks a million for your efficient support!