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Major hardware failures impacting email services

Update: JUL 07, 2020 at 2:45 P.M.: SSL service issue has been cleared. Update: JUL 07, 2020 at 12:11 P.M.: While most services have recovered, some users may be getting SSL errors when visiting the webmail portal website. This is being worked on, and should be a relatively quick fix. Update: JUL 02, 2020 at 5:52 P.M.: Access to most Continue Reading...

We are actively monitoring severe weather developments in New England

With gusting winds and rain expected throughout Monday, April 13th, our team is expecting numerous power outages and possible wind damage in the New England area. Our Network Operations Center will be actively monitoring customers’ mission-critical fiber connections and opening trouble tickets automatically if services are disrupted. Our data centers and critical infrastructure are protected by battery backups and on-site Continue Reading...

Upcoming changes to Meganet email services

Meganet will soon be upgrading our mail system for all customers. The new system, IMAIL, will offer you greater flexibility and robustness, allowing you to manage your email in the most efficient way possible. The IMAIL system brings with it a refreshing user interface, the ability to change your own password, powerful spam scanning, and much more. How does the Continue Reading...

Our Mailing Address Has Changed

Please note that Meganet has moved, and our mailing address has changed. All mailings and deliveries should be addressed to: Meganet Communications 187 Plymouth Avenue Suite 202 Fall River, MA 02721 If you have any questions, please contact us at 508-646-0030. Thank you....

Meltdown and Spectre: New vulnerabilities you should know about

It seems that all too often these days we’re talking about vulnerabilites on the web. This week, we learned of some starlting vulnerabilities affecting many modern CPU microprocessors from all major brands like Intel and AMD. The vulnerabilities, named Meltdown and Spectre, “are two related, side-channel attacks against modern CPU microprocessors that can result in unprivileged code reading data it Continue Reading...

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