Ashley Sheridan wrote:
On Tue, 2009-08-11 at 17:57 +0200, Aschwin Wesselius wrote:
Ashley Sheridan wrote:
And I really would use a PHP 5 server given the choice. I've tried
speaking to the hosting company a few times, but they brush me off!
Hi Ashley,

And how is their SLA then? Do you take full responsibility in case of a security breach? PHP 4 is way long ago and there are plenty hosting companies that do have PHP 5 and have a clear security/update policy.

You, yes YOU, are their client paying their sandwich. If you are not serviced properly, they have to eat one less. Now, go on and brush them off......

Kind regards,

Aschwin Wesselius

My last email to them said that if they don't do something soon, then
I'm going elsewhere, so I'll see if that spurs them on. I'm not into
naming and shaming, but if they don't get back to me on this at all,
then I feel a blog rant coming on!


Over 200 web hosts that have been committed to PHP 5.2 for at least 1.5 years, in most cases over two years. I am not affiliated with any of them directly.

--Larry Garfield

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