14 Apr

TetraHost Launches New Website

TetraHost, a leader in Shared Hosting, Reseller Hosting and Radio Hosting Servers from Bangladesh, announced today the launch of its new corporate website. We are very excited to finally launched our new website design which was in development for last three+ months. The new site features more intuitive navigation, faster loading pages, and a more vibrant color scheme which represent TetraHost own branding and it’s all been completely re-coded from the ground up.

We have tried to follow the international trend of web-hosting site design to design our new site of 2014. We hope both our existing and new customer will like the design. We have also added new Hosting Product with the release of our new website. From now on we will be offering Dedicated Servers and Bulk SMS Service. We will be offering Domain Reselling Service to non-hosting client as well.

On this occasion of launching the new website and Bangla New Year 1421, we would like to offer 25% discount to our new clients. Discount will be applicable for new client with our Shared, Reseller and Radio Hosting Clients.

You are invited to check our new website and give us feedback: http://www.tetrahostbd.com


Ashraful Insan
Team Head, TetraHost

12 Apr

Heartbleed Bug

heartbleedYou may have now heard of the “Heartbleed Bug.” First of all, We want to reassure you that if you are hosting on a TetraHost shared, reseller or radio server, that your server has already been patched. Only those client who are using SSL service from us will have the risk of getting affected. As we have taken care of the issue immediately, we do not think that any of our client is affected.

More information about the Bug is available on the following site “www.heartbleed.com”:

The Heartbleed bug allows anyone on the Internet to read the memory of the systems protected by the vulnerable versions of the OpenSSL software. This compromises the secret keys used to identify the service providers and to encrypt the traffic, the names and passwords of the users and the actual content. This allows attackers to eavesdrop on communications, steal data directly from the services and users and to impersonate services and users.

Here are some resources that can tell you if a site is vulnerable:





I am writing this blog to let our client know about the issue only. Please do not Panic, we have the situation in control for you 🙂 For full information regarding this situation, we recommend reading the associated Wikipedia article.