We are happy announce payments made via the direct credit/debit card billing option will now be charged in your invoice currency. Until now all card payments were converted to GBP, if you receive invoices with us in EUR or USD and paid via this option your card issuer would have charged a FX fee (and usually much worse conversion rate). As of now ... Read More »
2017 has been a successful year for INIZ - and we owe it to you. We are working on planning out 2018 to be a big year and we'll be revamping our site and bring a lot more frequent offers just like the old days! We look forward to working with you in the next year. Thank you for being part of our community and here’s to a prosperous 2018! We ... Read More »
We will be removing all IPv6 addresses beginning with 2602:FFDA, as majority of the IPv6 addresses have no activity we will be mass removing them 7 days from this email. If you'd like to continue to use IPv6 addresses, please submit ticket to [email protected] and request a replacement IPv6 address/block. If your IPv6 address does not ... Read More »
If you have a suggestion or would like a new payment gateway added, please submit your suggestions via https://my.iniz.com/payment-survey.html
We're proud to announce free basic DDoS protection is included in our London location, we continue to have the addon for alwayson protection as well. We're launching our new site shortly so the ddos protection page will be updated then.The same terms applies in London for free protection as listed here:https://iniz.com/ddos-protectionStorage plans ... Read More »
Thank you very much for your continued business in the past year and hope we will continue to grow with you in the forthcoming year.
We have added a wide range of new TLDs available to register through us, approximately over 400 have been added with the latest releases!
Check the prices and registraion here:
A very serious security problem has been found in the Linux kernel. A 0-day local privilege escalation vulnerability has existed for eleven years since 2005. This bug affects all sort of of Android or Linux kernel to escalate privileges. This bug is named as Dirty COW (CVE-2016-5195) is a privilege escalation vulnerability in the Linux Kernel. ... Read More »
We have upgraded all existing clients for those on total bandwidth plans to unmetered incoming traffic, previously some plans had offered free inbound but we haven't offered this on new orders for some time now. Any bandwidth addons you may have will now count towards outbound only, if you no longer need the addon then you may contact us to ... Read More »
As part of our ongoing process to upgrade nodes in all locations for the past year we have been working very hard to improve performance on all our servers. Los Angeles has been held back for some time and we have finally started upgrading this location immediately.Over the course of the next few weeks we will be deploying new and improved nodes ... Read More »