Please note that from the 1st of Dec 2013 we will no longer be accepting cheques as form of payment.
We do however have lots of ways to pay your invoice with us:
Many thanks for your understanding on this matter.
In September, vBulletin posted a warning about a potential exploit in vBulletin 4/5 with the /install folder. Since then we have seen a number of vB sites hacked.
First and foremost we’d recommend that you remove your /install (v4) or /core/install (v5) folders using FTP if you haven’t done so already. If you are on an earlier version we’d also recommend deleting your install folder too.
Second – make sure you have backups of your site files and database at all times. This can either be done manually via FTP and phpmyadmin, or using our Onsite Backups (£7.50+VAT for Entry Level Packages, £15+VAT for Premium Cloud, Dedi priced on request).
Third – make sure you always have the latest version of vBulletin installed – as a vB client, you should get an email alert when a new version is available.
If your site does get hacked, vBulletin has a useful guide for fixing your site:
And a more detailed guide which requires some knowledge of using root/SSH access:
The last two years have flown by at Nimbus and looking back I’m pretty proud of what we created. Just over two years ago, Chris, Pete and myself were just starting out in a small unit in a business park in Harlow with no idea whether our new business was going to flourish or flop.
Now in August 2013 Nimbus has moved into it’s own office, has over 700 clients, two extra staff and revenue about to tip over the million mark. Continue reading