A compilation of the latest news from Go Higher and around the industry

Feature Spotlight: PayPal Subscriptions

Today's Feature Spotlight focuses on functionality that was added in WHMCS Version 6.0, PayPal Subscription Automation. Have you ever had a situation where a customer has cancelled only to find next month they have a PayPal Subscription which continues to pay you? At best it's extra time and effort for you to have to deal with and refund it, at worst it can lead to a very upset customer.

Lot's of you told us this was a problem you faced, and so in WHMCS 6.0 we introduced automated PayPal...

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WHMCS Public Service Annoucement PCI v3.1

The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council has released a new version, v3.1 and it is mandatory that you verify your systems' compliance by June 30th 2016 to avoid service interruptions.

Why are we telling you this? PCI v3.1 will affect all of us and there are steps that we each must take in order assure our information is secure in the coming year. Beginning June 30th 2016, any SSL version (including SSLv3) as well as TLS 1.0 will no longer meet security standards due to...

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Charting a course 2016

Go Higher Updates - January 2016

Happy New Year from Go Higher!  I wish 2016 to be a successful, profitable and abundantly blessed year for you and your customers!

I wanted to take a moment and update everyone about some changes taking place at Go Higher.

Kayako Loginshare Security Patch

For the attention of users of the Kayako Loginshare Module

A security update has been released for all versions of the Kayako Loginshare module for WHMCS

This patch addresses an issue that affects the security and integrity of loginshare verification for users attempting to login to Kayako using their WHMCS account credentials. As a result we have assigned this issue an important security rating.

This issue only affects WHMCS installations that have enabled the Kayako Loginshare module.


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WordPress 4.4.1 Security and Maintenance Release


WordPress 4.4.1 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately.

WordPress versions 4.4 and earlier are affected by a cross-site scripting vulnerability that could allow a site to be compromised. This was reported by Crtc4L.

There were also several non-security bug fixes:

  • Emoji support has been updated to include all of the latest emoji characters, including the new diverse emoji!